Stanley Park Ecology Society’s spring day camps run March 19-23 and March 26-29.
Stanley Park Ecology Society (SPES) offers spring day camps for children ages 7 to 11. Embark on an exciting educational adventure amongst the giant trees, sandy beaches and hidden wetlands of Stanley Park. Spot wild animals like otters and beavers, have a blast splashing at the beach, and learn while spending valuable time outdoors.
Spring day camps are week-long. Camps run outdoors, rain or shine 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Aftercare available from 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. is also available. 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 and Camp Policies will be sent to you via email, once you’ve registered your child(ren).
For more information please contact SPES at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-257-6907
Family memberships available on registration page.
See below for the description of each week’s camp:
Week 1 – Art in Nature – (March 19 – 23)
Nature is beautiful, inspiring, and full of details, from its towering Douglas Fir trees to its tiny, colourful bugs! Campers will have fun exploring Stanley Park and examining the natural beauty of its sounds, sights and smells. Tap into nature’s design and your own creativity for a week of inspiring art projects. By the end of the week, your child will create and paint their own nature mask!
Week 2 – Forest Explorers – (March 26 – 29) *
As the Stanley Park forest wakes up from winter, we’ll hone your senses and give you the tools to unlock its seasonal secrets: Which birds stayed all winter? Who is back? Where are the frogs? What’s making that sound? The forest is a wondrous place with many exciting mysteries just waiting to be explored! This week ends with a presentation of each child’s natural curiosity exploration!
*discount week due to shorter week.