Summer Camp at Owl’s Hill

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Owl's Hill offers up summer camp options that hearken back to the way summer days used to be!

It may be December, but registration is now open for Owl’s Hill summer camps taking place in Brentwood, June and July, 2015. The youngest campers must be 5 and entering kindergarten in fall, 2015 to attend. Space in camp is on a first come, first serve basis reserved by your date of payment. Here’s the camp breakdown:

Screech Owl Camp (kids ages 5 – 7)
9 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
June 22 – 26
or
June 27-31
Wildlife camp with different daily theme and activities, games, crafts and more plus a snack and drink. Kids bring their own lunch except for the last day when Owl’s Hills hosts a hot dog cookout. All kids get a T-shirt. Cost: $225 a week in advance. $240 after March 1.

Nature Adventure Camp (kids ages 5 – 11)
9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
June 8 – 12
or
July 6 – 10
or
July 20 -24
Environmental education and nature studies in a natural setting, includes hiking, exploring, wading, fort building, meeting live animals. Kids bring their own lunch except for the last day when Owl’s Hills hosts a hot dog cookout. All kids get a T-shirt. Cost: $250 a week in advance. $270 a week after March 1.

Nature Ranger Camp (ages 5 – 11)
9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
June 1-5
or
June 15 – 19
or
July 13-17
Environmental education and nature studies in a natural setting, includes hiking, exploring, wading, fort building, meeting owls, snakes and other live animals. Kids bring their own lunch except for the last day when Owl’s Hills hosts a hot dog cookout. All kids get a T-shirt. Cost: $250 a week in advance. $270 a week after March 1.

 

 

Susan Swindell Day is the editor in chief of Nashville Parent and the mom of four amazing kids.

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