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Summer Camp registration for members and nonmembers is now open!
Registrations take place online in our UltraCamp system. Spots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Click here to view the 2023 CincyNature Summer Camp Brochure.
CincyNature Camps provide a safe and inclusive environment for children to experience the natural world through hands-on activities. Each week, campers explore different habitats, make nature inspired crafts, play endless games, and sing silly songs with their new friends. Our trained counselors will help instill a love for nature as they guide campers throughout the week. Fresh air, hands-on activities, close encounters with animals and plants, and increased knowledge of the natural world help build confidence, passion, and knowledge about the environment.
Click here to log back in to your camp registration account for CincyNature Camp (via UltraCamp). You may use this link to update account information.
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About Our Camps
Campers explore the natural world outdoors and should be able to move themselves along gravel and wood-chipped trails, up and down hills, across boardwalks, and over flat and uneven ground with minimal assistance. Campers interact with peers in collaborative activities and games. To ensure safety for both campers and staff, each camper should be capable of maintaining appropriate self-control in social situations.
We’re happy to make reasonable accommodations for children with special needs, depending on their requirements. Parents and guardians with questions regarding the ability of camp staff to meet a child’s needs should contact Camp Director, Kelly Steyer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (513) 831-1711, ext. 137.
Cincinnati Nature Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, income, ethnicity, sexual orientation, marital, or family status.