Explore the natural world through hikes and hands-on science activities in this science-intensive, residential, week-long summer camp. Open to boys from across North Carolina! We’ll explore science and the world around us, get our feet wet in the lake and our hands dirty in the forest, and meet the wildlife hiding under our noses. We’ll go behind the scenes at the Museum, investigate North Carolina’s ecosystems, go on an overnight camping trip at Hanging Rock State Park, float down the Dan River, and meet scientists in a variety of career fields.
Located on Falls Lake in Wake County, Blue Jay Point County Park features butterfly gardens, ponds, hiking trails, wildlife habitats and a modern residential facility with a full kitchen and indoor bunk room and classroom.
This program is by application only and does not use the summer camp enrollment system. Submitting an application does NOT guarantee placement in the camp. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org  for applications, which include essay questions for applicants as well as recommendations from adults. Applications must be complete by April 7, 2014 to be considered.
More info: Kathryn Fromson , Curator of Youth Programs, at 919.707.9951.