Audubon Greenwich Nature Day Camps

Audubon Greenwich hosts a wide range of public events throughout the year including: guided hikes, bird walks, citizen science programs, special guest speakers, documentary film screenings, and outdoor festivals that celebrate wildlife and nature.

Audubon Greenwich Summer Nature Day Camp is an opportunity to make memories…and amazing discoveries outdoors!  Each week brings exciting new themes to lead campers on their adventures. The 285-acre sanctuary is the ideal place for children to develop a better appreciation for and understanding of the environment.  Join us for fun-filled weeks of hands-on, educational hikes, games, activities and crafts!


 

SUMMER FUN – PROGRAMS & CLASSES – PRINT GUIDE
Want your child to have memorable camp adventures in the great outdoors? Audubon Greenwich’s 285-acre sanctuary is the place to explore, play, and learn about nature through games, hikes, crafts, and other hands-on activities. One-week day camp sessions for youth entering kindergarten-ninth grades, from June 29-August 14, 9:30am-3:30pm. Small groups and skilled staff. Registration information is on the website. Also, for family fun on weekends all year long, check our Nature Program calendar online.


Meet the Camp Director

Audubon Greenwich's Nature Day Camps are a great way to learn and play. The staff are highly experienced and they work hard to make every day a new adventure. The Camp Director since 2005, Lindsey DeVito, is a University of Vermont graduate and a Camp Instructor for Audubon Vermont for four years so she really knows how to prepare the camp staff to make the most of each camper's day. Learn more online or call her anytime.