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Summer Camp 2024 

Remaining Available Dates: 

August 5 - 9

Camp drop off starts at 9am and pick up is at 3pm.


Children will be divided into two groups: Our Early Explorers Summer Camp is for ages 3 to 5 years old. (Must be potty trained) The Great Wanderers group is for ages 6-9.

*If you have siblings that you prefer to keep together in the same group, we can accommodate.  

If you have a child that is 10 years old or older - be sure to check out this similar Adventure Camp! 

The outdoor location varies each day. Families are sent a calendar after they register. The meeting locations each day will be within a ten minute drive of downtown Lexington. Parents will meet the teachers at the respective drop off point each day at 9am and pick up at the same spot at 3:00pm. 

Daily Rhythm

9:00                   Drop off, check in with students

9:15                   Hike to Exploration Point #1 with water and snack breaks

10:00                Climb, build, run, make, dig, & explore! 

12:00                Lunch 

1:00-2:00        Build rest area - tents & hammocks will be provided

2:15-3:00        Make way back to pick up point

Throughout the day, teachers will provide opportunities to learn about wilderness safety, local geography, team building, shelter building, balance, names of flora and fauna, and social skills. 

Image by Josiah Weiss

What to Bring

Back pack

 Lunch box + snack

 Water bottle


Comfortable shoes that can get wet

Extra change of clothes

Apply sunscreen before arrival

(Teachers will have more water, bug spray, and sunscreen)



$185 for Monday - Friday 


per child, each week

+ One time $25 Registration fee per child



Fun in the Rain

What if it rains or there is a storm? 

If the forecast is calling for rain, please bring rain boots and a rain jacket (and umbrella if you wish) but the fun will carry on! Teachers have tarps and cords to make shelter if needed, and can move to a sheltered area.

We will communicate with parents our weather plan if the forecast is calling for storms.

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