Get Wild! Summer Day Camp

The summer is on it’s way and it’s time to Get Wild!

Registration will open soon. Please hang tight for more details!

Get Wild’s mission is to inspire youth to connect with our community and nature through fun inclusive outdoor activities.

This summer marks the fourth annual GET WILD! summer environmental education camp.  Children will learn more about local ecosystems through play and exploration.  Games, hikes, gardening, crafts and out trips are the main activities lead by local Wildsight Golden educators. The camp runs weekly and provides after-camp-care to children 7-12.  This program is for those parents who want their children to be outside and come home stoked, dirty and happy.

Camp hours will be from 9AM-3PM, Monday to Friday.


Activities include: OUT-TRIPS!, nature stories, local hikes, bird-watching, community gardening, take home art from nature, sports, community public art projects and volunteering, fun environmental education lessons, music and drama, survival skills, swimming, campfire songs and games, and much more outdoor fun!


Get Wild! Painting Fun
Get Wild! Painting Fun
Get Wild! Wetland Fun
Get Wild! Wetland Fun

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Box #25
#203 - 421 9th Street N
Patlar Building, Golden BC V0A 1H0

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Want to protect wildlife, clean water and wild spaces? Volunteer with us! Wildsight volunteers are a very special group of people who give generously of their time to stuff envelopes, attend rallies, help run events, put up posters, keep tabs on forestry practices in their communities and participate in citizen science initiatives.