Summer Camp

Creating outdoor experiences and memories that last a lifetime

Summer Camp registration begins March 1, 2018.

We are excited to offer an online registration feature again this year to make registering and paying for camp more convenient for the parents! 

ONLINE REGISTRATION for campers going into Grades K-2

ONLINE REGISTRATION for campers going into Grades 3-6

ONLINE REGISTRATION for campers 3 & 4 years old with an adult

ONLINE REGISTRATION for campers going into Grades 7-9

ONLINE REGISTRATION for TRIP students going into Grades 10-12

Week-long sessions for 2018 begin the week of June 25 and run through August 17.

The 2018 Summer Camp Brochure is now available! 

Features for 2018

  • A NEW "Teen Rehab Internship Program," aka TRIP for students entering 10th-12th grade
  • A NEW specialty camp for kids going into 7th-9th grade
  • NEW Before and After-Care options for working parents (before care from 8-9am, after care from 3-4:30pm) 

Here's a peek at this year's themes: 

Date                           K-2                                                                   3-6

June 25-29               Best of the Best                                       Best of the Best

July 2-6                     Where the Wild Things Are                    Ultimate Camper

July 9-13                   Icky-ology                                                  Wild Jobs

July 16-20                H2 Oooooh!                                               Something’s Fishy

July 23-27                Creature Power                                        Nature’s Pantry

July 30-Aug. 3         CSI: Critter Scene Investigation              Hogwarts @ Audubon

Aug. 6-10                 Baby, It’s Cold Outside!                           Baby, It’s Cold Outside!

Aug. 13-17               Do You Hear What I Hear?                      Natural Expressions

Early Childhood Discovery will take place July 9-13

NEW!!  TRIP (Teen Rehab Internship Program) for students entering 10th-12th grade will take place July 30-August 3

NEW!! Specialty Science Camp for students entering 7th-9th grade will take place July 23-27

The Sharon Audubon Center Summer Nature Program offers themed and general nature camps for children entering Pre-K through Grade 6. The programs have a small student to teacher ratio and are interactive, educational, and lots of fun! Get ready for an exciting outdoor adventure, learning about animals and plants. Each session includes outdoor exploration, hikes, live animal programs, hands-on activities and experiments, games, and crafts—so there is something of interest for everyone.  

The Sharon Audubon Center Summer Nature Program is a Connecticut state certified day camp. Camp sessions are week-long and take place at the Sharon Audubon Center, located on Route 4 in Sharon, Connecticut. *There is no camp on Wednesday, July 4th. 

There are so many exciting possibilities, you won’t want to miss out on all the fun!

Although many weeks are "themed," certain popular activities (such as a live bird presentation and pond exploration) are offered during every week. Parents may register their child(ren) for one or multiple theme weeks, but spaces are filled on a first come, first served basis. Each camp session is limited to 12 campers, but at times, depending on staff availability and the particular session, up to 16 students may be allowed.

If the camp you would like to register for is filled, do not be discouraged. Call Wendy at 860-364-0520 ext. 105 and ask to be placed on the WAIT LIST. If you sign up online and the camp is already filled, you will automatically be placed on a wait list and will not be charged unless a space opens up. Sometimes, spaces do open up!

Cancellation / Refund Policy

Payment (minus 15%) will be refunded for cancellations received at least two weeks prior to the first day of camp to be attended. Refund requests must be received in writing within two weeks after that camp session ends. If Audubon cancels the session, a refund will be made in full for that session only.

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