Stanley Park Ecology Society offers Eco Camp for children ages 7 to 11. Embark on an exciting educational adventure among the giant trees, sandy beaches and hidden wetlands of Stanley Park. This spring break, spot wild animals like otters and beavers, have a blast exploring the beach, and learn while spending valuable time outdoors.
Spring day camps are a week long. Camps include outdoor and indoor activities and run rain or shine 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Aftercare is available from 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. We meet at the SPES office (610 Pipeline Road) then campers accompany their camp leaders into new areas of the Park to explore the forests, Beaver Lake, Lost Lagoon, the Seawall and more!
Please note a detailed parent information package, schedule and camp policies will be sent to you via email, once you’ve registered your child.
Eco Camp Fees: Members $225, Non-members $265
Family memberships are $40 and available on the registration page.
Register before Feb. 5th for an additional $20 discount.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-257-6907
Week 1 – Animal Detectives – (March 18 – 22)
How can you tell what an owl has eaten? Why are salmon so important to the forest? How do animals survive in the harsh intertidal zone on the beach?
Sharpen your animal detective skills and learn how to use tools to find the answers to some of the mysteries of the forest and ocean! This week our campers explore the habits and habitats of Stanley Park’s birds, mammals, amphibians and more.
Week 2 – EcoLeaders’ Adventure – (March 25 – 29)
Calling all kids to come connect with nature and make a difference! Join us for a fun-filled week exploring the diversity of Stanley Park and taking action through conservation and citizen science. Children will develop their leadership and team work skills and become true stewards of the Park. From exploring wetlands, to rainforest, to the intertidal zone, sign-up for an adventure your child won’t forget!