Youth Day Camps


Camps in June, July and August
8:30am – 4:00pm

Day Camp Registration Packet 2016
Day Camp Transportation Information 2016
Day Camp Topics and Dates 2016

FREE TRANSPORTATION IN RICE LAKE & SPOONER
DSCF2360Sponsored by Community Bank of Northern Wisconsin (CBNWI) and in partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of Barron County, a van service will be available at CBNWI at their Rice Lake office and Spooner office to Hunt Hill for day camps. This service will be offered every WEDNESDAY of day camp: June 29, July 6, 13 and August 10.
*Spaces limited, sign up early! Call 715 635 6543  or email info@hunthill.org to reserve a seat.

ABOUT DAY CAMPS
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. Each day features learning activities, nature games, crafts, hikes, swimming and a closing camper presentation, which adults are invited to attend.

aIMG_1198Campers can  register by downloading the  2016 Day Camp Registration Packet above.   Age range for campers is 5-12 years. Children are divided into small age appropriate groups.

If your child is 12 years or older and interested in helping at camp, they should consider volunteering as a Junior Counselor. Download the Junior Counselor Job Description and Application.

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 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 2016 Day Camp Registration form, on the day of camp or by calling Hunt Hill at 715-635-6543.

CAMP DATES AND DESCRIPTIONS:

DATE

TITLE of DAY CAMP

DESCRIPTION OF DAY CAMP

June 27 Awesome Amphibians  Learn about these unique critters, and go searching for frogs,
toads, and salamanders.
June 28 Growing Garden  Have a fun day discovering what flowers and foods are growing
at Hunt Hill.
June 29 Pioneer Camp  Travel back in time and discover the lives of pioneer children
nearly 200 years ago. Learn new games and  explore life before
television.
June 30 Tree-mendous Learn about these forest giants and how wildlife, other plants,
and humans depend on them to survive.
July 1 Feathered Friends  Let’s go birding and explore what flying feathered creatures
call Hunt Hill home.
July 5 Dino-mite  Excavate  bones,  hunt like a velociraptor and explore the
world of dinosaurs.
July 6 Going Fishing Spend the day at the lakes of Hunt Hill as we bait, cast and
catch fish! Great for all levels of anglers.
July 7 Carnivore Camp  What’s it like to be a meat-eater? We’ll find out as we learn
about the carnivores of Hunt Hill.
July 8 Buzzin’ Bugs  We’re investigating     insects!  Some may  think bugs are
creepy, but we think they are COOL!  Come learn why
insects are amazing.
July 11 Wet n Wild Slide like an otter, go pond ‘mucking’, have a sponge
fight and water-fun all day.
July 12 Survival Working in teams we’ll build shelters, make fire and find
food and water in the wild.
July 13 Penguins and Polar Bears Beat the heat as we learn about life in the Arctic and Antarctic.
July 14 Pirate Camp Dress in your pirate best as we find buried treasure,
escape trouble, speak pirate and learn about the
lives of these sea “lubers”.
July 15 Rockin’ Reptiles  These scaly, cold blooded creatures are COOL! Discover
just how unique these creatures are.
August 1 Habitat Detectives  What do animals need to survive? Learn about how wild
animals make their home at Hunt Hill, and how we can
make them feel at home in our backyards.
August 5 Under the Waves  What lurks in our lakes? Discover mysterious plants and
animals that live in the water.
August 8 Space Camp  The camp is out of this world! Find out more about our
solar system and beyond.
August 9 Minecraft Camp  Join us as we bring the world  of Minecraft to life!
August 10 Yuck! Camp Nature can be yucky! We’ll get grossed out as we
learn about the distasteful side of the natural world.
August 11 Hunger Games Design your capital outfit, practice survival techniques
and see how well you can survive in a hunger games
obstacle course.
August 12 Wildlife Detectives What animals live at Hunt Hill? Find clues to figure it out!