Geauga Park District can’t wait for another great summer of Adventure Day Camps, featuring activities at a variety of 25 county parks. This summer, campers will get the opportunity to kayak on Lake Kelso at Burton Wetlands Nature Preserve – a park location that can only be explored with a park naturalist. “We can’t wait for our campers to discover this unique habitat,” Naturalist Karie Wheaton said. “I know they are going to love it.”
Kayaking returns among many other popular summer camp adventures: hiking, geocaching, biking, building and launching model rockets, exploring and fishing!
Geauga Park District’s 8th annual camps will be offered in week-long form for youth entering grades 5-7 the weeks of June 8, July 6, July 13, July 27 and Aug. 3. The week of June 15, a Junior Naturalist Camp for this age group will also direct the focus to streams, lakes and forests for discovery of insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, astronomy and more.
For teens entering grades 8-10, week-long experiences will be the weeks of June 15 and July 20. Both of these weeks will include the popular high ropes course fun at Claridon Woodlands as well as archery! Plus, single-day “X-Treme Adventures” will be held July 9 (X-treme Kayak Adventures), July 16 (X-treme High Ropes Adventure) and July 30 (X-treme Biking Adventures).
Registration begins March 20 at 440-286-9516 orwww.geaugaparkdistrict.org. For fees and l details, visit www.geaugaparkdistrict.org under Activities, then Naturalist-Led Experiences.