Summer Camp - Programs & Registration

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Summer Camp 2024 has concluded. 
Stay tuned for registration information for Summer Camp 2025!

​​​​​Summer Camp at Oatland Island Wildlife Center offers an opportunity for campers to spend part of their summer outside and enjoy hands-on​​ experiences, ​creative crafts and wildlife investigations​ designed to make stronger connections to the natural world and make life long memories. 

Camp programs ​​​​​are for rising Kindergarten​ through rising 8th graders. Find your campers perfect week of ​exploration by clicking on any of the classes below! 

Camps are limited to two weeks per camper.


Rising

Kindergarten & 1st Graders

​Amazing Animals
Dates TBD
Fun on the Farm
​Dates  TBD
Little Critters
Dates TBD
​Home Sweet Home
Dates TBD
Science Magic
Dates TBD


Rising

 2nd & 3rd Graders

Nature Creations
Dates TBD
Wetland Investigations
​Dates TBD
Mad Scientist
Dates TBD
Slithery & Scaly
Dates TBD
Wild About Wildlife
Dates TBD
Predators
Dates TBD



Rising 

4th & 5th Graders


The Tide Comes In
Dates TBD
Scientist for a Day
Dates TBD
Survivor!
Dates TBD


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Rising 

6th - 8th Graders



Survivor XL!
Dates TBD


Junior Camp Counselor (14+): Dependable volunteers help make our camps succeed in quality and efficiency. Summer Camp runs weekly in June and July, Monday through Friday, 9:00AM-3:00PM. Each weekly session needs volunteers as Junior Camp Counselors to help supervise campers and assist with camp activities. You must be at least 14 years of age for this opportunity and commit to working the full week of your assigned camp. Volunteer for as many weeks as you would like and receive community service credit for your time! 

Please review all camp information pages and if you still have any questions, please reach out to our Summer Camp Coordinator by e​mail or at (912) 395-1513.


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