Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation To Offer New Nature Keepers Program This Summer
Youth Half-Day Nature Program Takes Learning Outdoors.
Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR) will offer a new youth program this summer called Nature Keepers. This half-day nature program will be led by the CCPR Parks & Natural Resources team and hosted at different parks each week to provide an immersive, hands-on experience.
Nature Keepers is designed for ages 5-11. Morning sessions are designed for ages 5-7, while afternoons are designed for ages 8-11. Each four-day Nature Keepers session runs Monday through Thursday and features a different theme. This summer’s themes include weather, wildlife, water, and wilderness survival.
“If your children enjoyed our half-day nature camps with us in previous summers, we have a fantastic new program for you,” said CCPR Naturalist Karen LaMere. “Nature Keepers offers a half-day experience with even more focus on nature and being outdoors. We’ll enjoy lots of fun activities like creek stomping, looking for wildlife and plants, and making animal tracks. We can’t wait to get outdoors!”
Nature Keepers will run weekly from May 30 through July 27 at various parks. Registration is $100 per child. Secure your spot today!