Campers at Bent of the River's Audubon Camp explore nature in a fun and safe environment. Audubon Camp fosters curiosity through outdoor exploration that helps campers develop an understanding of the natural world. These unique experiences and adventures can grow into a lifelong appreciation for our environment.
Audubon Camp days are filled with a variety of activities taking campers across the 700 acres of Bent of the River including hiking, brook-walks, river exploration, crafts, nature-themed games, live animals, and birding. Our staff is selected for their experience and skills working with youth in environmental education and for their interest in local ecology and natural history. All staff must pass background checks and are required to hold current CPR and First Aid certifications, making camp a safe place to learn about and experience nature. Our staff have helping hands each week from our Leaders in Training, experienced campers gaining skills in environmental education leadership.
Things with Wings
Study the fascinating birds, bats, and insects that live around us!
Age Limit: Grades 1-4
Tuition is $290 per camper per week, unless noted.