Youth Day Camps
8:30am – 4:00pm
These themed daylong camps give youth the opportunity to be outside exploring, learning about and connecting with the natural world.
Camp starts at 8:30am and ends at 4:00pm each day. The day includes learning activities, nature games, crafts, hikes, swimming and/or canoeing and a closing celebration, which adults are invited to attend.
Campers can register by downloading the 2013 Day Camp Registration Packet. Age range for campers is 5-12 years. Children are divided into small age appropriate groups.
Program Fee: $40/day/camper. Register 2 weeks early and pay $33/day/camper. Sign up for 5 or more camps throughout the summer and pay $27/day/camper.
Hunt Hill Member Fee: $38/day/camper. Register 2 weeks early and pay $32/day/camper. Sign up for 5 or more camps throughout the summer and pay $26/day/camper. Scholarships are available. You may make your payment through Brown Paper Ticket.
AFTER CAMP CAMP
After Camp camp is offered each day of camp from 4:00pm – 5:30pm. For just an additional $3/child/day, families whose work schedule does not allow them to be to camp for the 4:00pm camp pickup, can choose to have their young campers enjoy a bit more fun at Hunt Hill while allowing families to complete their typical workday. After Camp camp can be signed up for right on the Day Camp Registration form, on the day of camp or by calling Hunt Hill at 715-635-6543.
Tuesday, July 2
Paddle, play and explore as voyageurs on our four lakes in this canoeing adventure!
BUGS AND BUTTERFLIES
Tuesday, July 9
Run like a bug, capture cool insects and explore their neat features under microscopes.
Wednesday, July 10
Find shapes in the clouds, discover how ice balls fall from the sky and get sucked into a funnel cloud.
Monday, July 15
Build shelters, make fire and find food and water in the wild.
Tuesday, July 16
We’ll make potions, learn about a wizard’s favorite animal – the owl, and compete in wizardry games.
Wednesday, July 17
Discover insect-eating plants; survive claws, quills and fangs; and explore nature!
Thursday, July 19
Slither like a snake, use a microscope to find scales on a butterfly, design your own animal and more.