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Nature Links Day Camp



Nature Links Day Camp

Registration for 2017 program will begin April 1, 2017. Prices may change from 2016.

Children 7 to 13 can join in summer fun, exploring and learning about the great outdoors in Belleville and Picton.  Week-long day camps are offered for select weeks in July and August.

For over 20 years Quinte Conservation has been offering quality day camp experiences to local youth through summer camp programs. The Nature Links Day Camp program offers children a fun, active and outdoor summer experience at Potter's Creek Conservation Area near Belleville or Macaulay Mountain Conservation Area near Picton.

Campers gain knowledge and increased awareness and appreciation of our natural world through hands-on outdoor expeditions, nature games and crafts. The outdoor camp setting and structure provide children with a platform for exploration and discovery while inspiring respect of others and the natural world.

Hours and Cost

Nature Links Day Camp runs Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm at a cost of $150 during select weeks. You will require extended hours if you will be dropping your child off before 8:50am or picking up your child after 4:10pm. Extended hours, from 8am to 5pm, are available for an additional fee of $25. The charge applies whether you require extended hours in the morning, afternoon or both.

There will be a $25 fee for changing registrations.  Cancellations made more than two weeks before camp will be refunded at 75% of the cost, otherwise there will be no refund.

Prices are subject to change.

Ages and Registration

To participate, children must be going into Grade 2 in the fall and be 7 years old before December 31 of the current year or be a maximum of 13 years old.  If you register a child that is too young or too old for the program your registration fee will be refunded, subject to a $25 administration fee.

Sample Camp Schedule

Monday – Learn about our local environment, explore local habitats in and around camp.

Tuesday – Discover and catch critters living in the creek. Learn about local fish and aquatic invasive species that impact them.

Wednesday – Identify animal adaptations, create nature crafts, and learn how local animals are adapted for their environments!

Thursday – Explore nature and find out who is living in the conservation area…from the forest floor to those living in the tree tops.

Friday – Survival of the fittest – A day of survive the wild! Play the ultimate survival game, role play animals in an ecosystem trying to survive.

Registration opens each year in April. Financial assistance may be available through a grant from Quinte Sunrise Rotary Club. Call (613) 968-3434 ext. 131 for details.

Thank You to Our Donors and Sponsors

  • Quinte Sunrise Rotary Club
  • Cronin Home Hardware Building Centre
  • No Frills Belleville



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