Wild-In-Sight Summer Camps

The Wild-In-Sight Summer Camps (formerly called the Jr. Naturalist Program) is a chance for children aged 5 – 10 to get outside & explore, be active, make new friends and have fun in the outdoors! Activities include (but are not limited to) nature exploration, games, visits to the river and other local ecological areas, and crafts. Participants spend most of the day outside and are encouraged to explore their natural curiosity for the environment.

The Program

Wild-In-Sight Summer Camps is offering camps in July and August.

The four weeks and themes are as follows: The Four Spheres of Earth – 

Week 1 – July 12 -16        – Land (Lithosphere)

Week 2 – July 26-30         – Sky (Atmosphere)

Week 3 – August 9 -13.    – Water (Hydrosphere)

Week 4 – August 23 – 27  – Living Things (Biosphere)

For detailed information about the plan and structure* for camps please:

• Read the COVID-19 Guidance document (pdf)
• Read the Wild-In-Sight Handbook (pdf)

*These are subject to change at any time and provide a general overview.

For registration inquiries and general administration, please contact revelstoke@wildsight.ca

Registration NOW OPEN – Click here to register your child*


*If your week is full please complete this form to put your child on the waitlist.

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