WildQuest Day Camps (February, April & June – August)

WildQuest Winter Camp  – Registration is NOW OPEN     
Monday-Friday, February 26-March 2, 2018; 9:00-4:00*
$235/week or $47/day ($185/week or $37/day Members)                

Winter camp is one of our favorite programs—it has a “personality” all its own! Discover a camp experience a world away from Spring and Summer camps.  Activities may include:  Animal tracking & snowshoeing adventures, sledding, winter games & snowcrafts, a Winter Quest, exploring the frozen pond, winter-themed arts & crafts projects, maple sugaring activities, and stories around the campfire. (Activities are weather dependent)

Registration, payment and paperwork must be received by February 9, 2018.

*Extended care is available 8:00-9:00am and 4:00-5:30pm. For ages 5-12.

Please CLICK HERE to Complete our ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM.

Please Click Below for Camp Information and forms. Hats are also available for order on the registration page:

Camp Welcome Packet 2018 WINTER including checklist, General Camp Information and Policies & Procedures.

2018 WildQuest Camper Information Form – Forms must  be completed and returned to Camp Director no later than February 9, 2018.

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Nurture your child’s nature connection and enroll them in one of our WildQuest Camps. We have been offering our WildQuest Day Camps for over 15 years! All camps take place during school vacations (February, April & June-August). Our camps are licensed by the State of NH and led by experienced environmental educators with the goal of fostering an appreciation and understanding of the natural and cultural history of Prescott Farm, and by extension, campers’ own special places as well.

A camp experience with us will enhance your child’s ecological awareness and provide fun learning opportunities in a community-minded and non-competitive atmosphere. Camp always includes nature activities, animal and plant identification, arts and crafts, quests, games, and hands-on learning. Most of the day is spent outdoors. Extended care can provide supervised playtime before and after regular camp hours.