Little Explorers

Dates: Saturday, February 11, March 11, & April 8
Time: 10:00–11:30am
Location: Meet at Lower Level of Richard Grand Recreation Hall, Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary
Program Fee: Free, but donations are appreciated.
Registration is not required, but strongly encouraged.
To register for any of these programs, scroll to the bottom of this page for “Ways to Register for a Program”.

Join Hunt Hill for an exciting morning of stories, crafts, songs, and nature activities geared towards 3–6 year olds; but all ages are welcome! Guardians must stay for the duration of the program, and each program will feature a different nature theme. Depending on weather, we will be outside for a portion of this program. Please dress appropriately to be inside and outside in the weather.

Check out the different themes below:

Let it Snow! – Snow

Wildlife Detectives – Animal Tracks

Feathered Friends – Birds

Youth Day Camps

Youth summer day camps have been a long standing tradition at Hunt Hill! Our day camps typically feature environmental-themed learning activities, games, swimming, and crafts in small, age-appropriate groups.

Due to a limited staffing market and increased costs, Hunt Hill staff and board members decided to restructure our youth day camps in 2023. Day Camp registration will open in April 2023 with early access to Hunt Hill FAMILY and STUDENT Members. You must be a member first BEFORE registering for day camps (cannot be done in the same transaction online). Registration is required, and space is limited.

Click the button below to learn more about our 2023 Youth Day Camps!

Ways to Register for a Program:

  • Select the BROWSE & REGISTER button below to register online. For guidance, please read the step-to-step guide on “How to Sign Up for a Program or Event” via Perfect Mind.
  • Call 715-635-6543 & pay via credit card over the phone (Mon-Fri, 9:00am-4:00pm).
  • Visit our office. Note: Check and cash are also accepted when registering in-person.