Explore the great outdoors and meet new animal friends this summer! Find a nature/animal camp for your child below. If you would like to see your camp added to this list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
In the Garden: Summer Art + Nature Workshops at Lynden
Lynden’s summer art and nature workshops integrate our collection of monumental outdoor sculpture and temporary installations with the natural ecology of our hidden landscapes and unique habitats. Led by Lynden education staff, these standalone outdoor workshops are built around biweekly themes that suggest imaginative possibilities and promote intimate discoveries in art and nature through collaborative (but well-distanced) inquiry and hands-on artmaking. Lynden is committed to making its programs available to all. Need-based tuition waivers are available.
Lynden Sculpture Garden 2145 W. Brown Deer Rd. Milwaukee, WI 53217
Lakefield Farm Horsemanship Week
Horsemanship Week is more than a summer camp, it’s an experience your child will treasure for a lifetime! Weeklong sessions offer up-close, hands-on time in the company of horses. Your child will learn basics of riding, horse care, feeding and grooming.
Riverside Park | Menomonee Valley | Washington Park
Wisconsin Humane Society Summer Camps
Wisconsin Humane Society plans to run onsite camps in July and August. Onsite camps will have smaller camp sizes to accommodate social distancing and increased safety and cleaning measures. In June, WHS will offer virtual camps. Virtual camps offer two hours of live interaction daily, and activities for campers to do on their own. Registration is name your own fee for virtual camps, with the option to purchase a $30 camp kit that includes a camp T-shirt and camp supplies shipped to your home.
Wisconsin Humane Society Milwaukee and Ozaukee Campuses
Zoo Camps and Classes are expected to begin on July 6. The Zoological Society will follow guidelines from federal and state governments along with the American Camp Association to ensure a safe summer of learning. These interactive and educational camps are available for children ages infant to 14. Zoo Camps include animal information, hands-on learning and a lifetime of memories. Depending on age, parents can choose a half-day, full-day or weeklong camp. There is plenty to explore at Zoo Camp, sponsored by Penzeys.