Camps

Come to Haw River State Park for summer fun and adventure! The Summit environmental education staff at Haw River will be leading participants in many amazing park adventures. Each week will have a theme in which programming will focus.

2023 Camps at Haw River State Park

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$150

per person

Rising 2nd to rising 5th graders

Do you like exploring? Learn what it takes to be an archaeologist. Be prepared to embark on an adventurous Archaeology Quest. Daily activities will include swimming and an art focus. Campers will also canoe and fish at the end of the week.

Participants will be asked to bring a bagged, nut-free lunch and water bottle each day. Morning snacks will be provided. Please be sure to inform us concerning any dietary needs, such as food allergies, upon registration.

Summer Day Camp Daily Schedule

8:30 a.m. Arrival
9 a.m. Programming starts
10 a.m. Morning snack (provided)
11:30 a.m. Lunch (campers must bring their own nut-free lunch)
12:15 p.m. Afternoon programming
3:30 p.m. Departure

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$150

per person

Rising 2nd to rising 5th graders

Is the animal kingdom misunderstood? Will coyotes attack humans? Do bats try to fly into your hair? Join us to discover the answer to these and many more questions about the animal kingdom. Activities will include swimming and an art focus. Campers will also canoe and fish at the end of the week.

Participants will be asked to bring a bagged, nut-free lunch and water bottle each day. Morning snacks will be provided. Please be sure to inform us concerning any dietary needs, such as food allergies, upon registration.

Summer Day Camp Daily Schedule

8:30 a.m. Arrival
9 a.m. Programming starts
10 a.m. Morning snack (provided)
11:30 a.m. Lunch (campers must bring their own nut-free lunch)
12:15 p.m. Afternoon programming
3:30 p.m. Departure

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$130

per person

Rising 6th to 8th graders

Adventure Camp this year is all about flight! We are aiming high with birds of prey and rockets. In addition, Adventure campers will participate in a variety of outdoor experiences, while having fun with their co-campers! Other activities will include swimming, canoeing, and fishing.

New this year, Adventure campers will experience an extended second day. On June 27, campers will remain at the park for a dinner picnic provided by the park. They will then stay for after-dark activities, such as a night hike and campfire with s'mores and songs. They will be picked up at 9 a.m. on the evening on June 27.

Participants will be asked to bring a bagged, nut-free lunch and water bottle each day. Morning snacks, as well as afternoon snack and dinner picnic on the second day, will be provided. Please be sure to inform us concerning any dietary needs, such as food allergies, upon registration.

 

Day 1 and Day 3 Schedules

8:30 a.m. Arrival
9 a.m. Programming starts
10 a.m. Morning snack (provided)
11:30 a.m. Lunch (campers must bring their own nut-free lunch)
12:15 p.m. Afternoon programming
3:30 p.m. Departure

 

Day 2 Schedule

8:30 a.m. Arrival
9 a.m. Programming starts
10 a.m. Morning snack (provided)
11:30 a.m. Lunch (campers must bring their own nut-free lunch)
12:15 p.m. Afternoon programming
3:30 p.m. Rest and relaxation (frozen treat provided)
4 p.m. Afternoon activities
5:45 p.m. Picnic dinner
9 p.m. Pickup

 

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$200

per participant

Rising 2nd to 8th graders and their grandparent(s)

This 2-night, 3-day camp will be for rising 2nd to 8th graders and their special grandparent(s). Some of the activities include fun games for all ages, family projects, easy to moderate hiking, fishing, canoeing, and campfire fun! Daily activities will include pool time, art focus, and restful free time. All moderately strenuous activities will have an alternative program option. The overnight accommodation is a motel-style room.

There will be a themed party on the last evening! Come in themed costumes and ready for fun. Theme to be announced in the spring.

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$200

per participant

Rising 2nd to 8th graders and their grandparent(s)

This 2-night, 3-day camp will be for rising 2nd to 8th graders and their special grandparent(s). Some of the activities include fun games for all ages, family projects, easy to moderate hiking, fishing, canoeing, and campfire fun! Daily activities will include pool time, art focus, and restful free time. All moderately strenuous activities will have an alternative program option. The overnight accommodation is a motel-style room.

There will be a themed party on the last evening! Come in themed costumes and ready for fun. Theme to be announced in the spring.