Children ages 6-11 can enjoy outdoor adventures this summer at the Mill of Kintail Conservation Area
The Mill of Kintail is a 154 acre site, situated along the Indian River. Its fields and forests showcase both natural and historic beauty. Each day of camp runs on a specific theme related to the natural environment. Campers will have the opportunity to explore plants, wildlife, insects, habitats and water through a variety of games, activities, arts & crafts, stories and more! Campers will experience a nature immersion program, while learning the importance of conservation and stewardship.
Our day camp is now over for 2017. Registration for 2018 opens in March.
DAY CAMP HOURS: 9 AM to 4 PM
BEFORE & AFTER CARE: Available at 7:30 AM for earliest drop off and until 5 PM for latest pickup. Cost is $5 for one option and $10 for both per day. Arrangements and payment can be made weekly directly with camp staff. Contact Sarah at 613.256.3610 ext.1 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camp will run rain or shine. Campers should be prepared with:
- running shoes
- water bottles
- towel, bathing suit & water shoes
- Lunch and snacks and
- sunscreen & bug spray if desired.
Children with special needs are welcome to participate. We ask that they be accompanied by a facilitator to accommodate their needs.
Wildlife Watchers Day Camp is run by experienced outdoor educators who are trained in First Aid & CPR.
Parents/Guardians must sign a liability waiver on the first day of camp.