The Anderson Island Summer Nature Adventure Camp is an annual event sponsored by the Anderson Island Park and Recreation District. Children that participate must be between 6 and 11 years old. The event occurs entirely on Anderson Island.
The objective is to acquaint children with their natural surroundings on land, fresh water, and in the marine environment using a hands-on, interactive approach to learning. The children will encounter marine animals from above and below the low tide line, and learn about scientific methods.
There is a high adult to child ratio with many parents participating, along with Park District Commissioners, teachers, divers, citizens of Anderson Island and educators from the Nisqually Nature Center. Parents are encouraged to assist by leading or helping lead small groups of children.
DURATION: 3 days
SIZE: max 30, registration is full
TYPE: Day Camp
COST: free tuition in 2019, usually $60/child
PARK COMMISSIONER CONTACT:
Belen Schneider, 253-884-7976
We're so excited to announce that, in addition to the scholarships funds we have from the American Legion, we have received a very generous donation for the purpose of ensuring that camp is free for any children attending this year.