Summer Adventure Camp at the Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center is bounding into its second year with more weeks offered and new programs.
Please join us for a week of fun and educational adventures in our 205-acre outdoor classroom centrally located in North Texas.
Our Day Camp curriculums focus on hands-on exploration, play and experiential learning. Depending on the weekly theme, campers may become zoologist, artists, or field biologists, all while learning about teamwork and sustainability.
Canyon Critters (Ages 5-6)
6/24/13 - 6/28/13
Explore animals that live in north Texas. Each day we will investigate a different type of animal and explore what adaptations help these unique animals survive in Texas. We’ll hike, nature journal, watch birds, explore the canyon, create nature art, and much more.
Texas Animals (Ages 7-9)
7/8/13 - 7/12/13
Texas offers many habitats for animals to live. Discover the animals found residing in your backyard and what you can do to protect, preserve and learn from them. We’ll hike, nature journal, watch birds, explore the canyon, and much more.
Canyon Survival (Ages 10-12)
7/22/2013 - 7/26/2013
Are you ready for some adventure this summer? Join us this summer for our exciting Canyon Survival camp. Learn outdoor survival skills. Make a survival shelter. Go birding, hiking, backpack two miles of trails, and much more.
- $198 for Dogwood Canyon Center members includes a camp T-shirt and snacks every day
- $220 for non-members
- Campers bring a sack lunch daily
- Camps run Mon – Fri, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
- 10% off for City of Cedar Hill and CHISD employees
For more information, call 469-526-1988 or register online here.