Nature Summer Camps
Does your child love the great outdoors or animals? Then this guide is for you. Thanks to our featured Summer Camp guide sponsors, we’ve brought you the ultimate guide to nature summer camps in the greater Milwaukee Area.
Summer Day Camp at the Y is more than looking after kids. It’s about nurturing their development by providing a safe place to learn fundamental skills, build self-reliance, and establish healthy, trusting relationships. But most of all, Summer Day Camp at the Y offers an experience that is always so much fun!
The YMCA of Greater Waukesha County has planned an exciting variety of Summer Day Camp programs conveniently located at 14 different sites throughout our service area. Our programs at the Y offer something for every child. Parents will have peace of mind knowing their children are in a safe and enriching environment with activities led by trained staff.
The YMCA of Greater Waukesha County takes the health and safety of each camper seriously. We will monitor CDC and other local and state agencies’ recommendations to make sure we are implementing protocols to keep campers healthy to the best of our ability. We will keep families apprised of our current protocols as we get closer to the start of Summer Day Camp.
2020 Safety Protocols: www.gwcymca.org/Camp-Safety
Summer Blast is a fun-filled environment for students to learn and grow over the summer months. Come join us for a few hours or a few weeks. Our highly trained staff will guide you on adventures of fun, learning and growth.
COVID-19 Protocols: Many camps will be held outside and all health department guidelines will be followed.
The Wisconsin Humane Society offers camps for grades 1-8 at the Milwaukee, Ozaukee, and Racine Campuses. Camp activities feature dogs, cats, and other pets, wildlife, veterinary science, and more. Of course, meeting animals is the highlight of each day! We have COVID safety measures in place, including smaller camp sizes, increased cleaning, outdoor activities, masks, and more.
COVID-19 Protocols:The health and safety of the young people who attend our programs is our top priority, and we have made some important changes to ensure safety, including:
- Limiting enrollment to eight kids to maintain physical distancing
- Limiting the number of people in the shelter building for other services
- Asking participants and staff to abide by a health policy and stay home if ill
- Increasing cleaning and handwashing before, during, and after the program
- Moving activities outside as possible
• Requiring all participants and staff to wear masks when inside
Animal loving campers will have a great time learning about and meeting a variety of HAWS animals! HAWS is now offering camps at both our Waukesha shelter and our new Schallock Center for Animals in Delafield!
To review the full COVID-19 safety protocols at HAWS, please visit our website.
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