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Winter Nature Day Camp 2018


  • Camp Monte Toyon 220 Cloister Lane Aptos, CA, 95003 United States (map)

SIGN UP FOR WINTER CAMP!

Don’t waste winter break stuck inside...Get outdoors and experience nature with WOLF School at Winter Nature Day Camp!

Every day holds something fun for campers at Winter Nature Day Camp, including rain and sun trail walks, music, cooperative games, nature arts and crafts, science activities, and more. Located in the stunning redwood forest, Camp Monte Toyon is a remarkable place to explore the endless adventures in the outdoors. What are you waiting for? Sign up for camp today! 

Winter Nature Day Camp Flyer & Registration Form

 

SAMPLE DAILY THEMES:

Silly Salamanders

Survival & Safety

Redwoods

Watersheds

Animal Mapping

Geology Rocks!

WHO

All K-6th Graders

 

WHEN

Daily, Monday-Friday, January 8-12, 2018

8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Early Drop-Off & Late Pick-Up Available

 

WHERE

Camp Monte Toyon

220 Cloister Lane, Aptos, CA 95003

(Find information about this campus!)

 

COST

$50/Day Early Registration, Until 12/15/17

(Early bird registration just extended to December 15th!)

$55/Day Registration, After 12/15/17 & Same Day Drop-In

 

Join us for one day or attend the full week!


TO REGISTER

Fill out the Winter Nature Day Camp Registration Form, and submit it by mail or email to the addresses listed on the form.

Payment options:

  1. Calculate your fees on the registration form and mail a check along with your completed form to the address listed, or...
  2. NEW! Pay for Winter Nature Day Camp online! You can quickly secure your child's spot at camp by making your payment via the WOLF School online store. Then just email or mail us your completed registration form.

GET YOUR GEAR!

WOLF School t-shirts, hats, beanies, patches, and more! Order your camper their WOLF School merch so they're styled for camp. All proceeds benefit the WOLF School Scholarship Fund.

Online Store | Order Form


WOLF School’s educational nature camps inspire kids to experience the outdoors, connect to nature, build healthy relationships, and gain awareness of their impact on environment and community—all in a fun camp setting led by our knowledgeable, friendly, and energetic naturalists.