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Nature Camps

Nature Camps

The adventure awaits! Campers will discover nature and wildlife, exercise creativity, all while learning to care for our environment. Camps take place when Pinellas County's schools are on break. See information below for ways to create amazing memories for your child. Fee assistance and discount options may be available. Free lunches are available to campers during summer camp. Lunches are not provided during fall, winter, and spring camps. For more information, please contact (727) 893-7326.

Registration is first come, first served.

Spring Camps

Spring Camp Details
March 11 - March 15, 2024
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
*Sprouts Camp is 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
A Camp Discount is available for Friends of Boyd Hill Members.


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Nature Programs

Looks for more activities? Check out some of the other nature related programs we offer to all ages.

Spring Camp List

Age Camp Description Location
9 a.m. - noon
Cost: $100
Each day the program includes a combination of nature stories, songs, games, crafts, and hikes to explore the outdoors. The goal is to nurture a child's curiosity, help them acquire developmentally appropriate skills, and instill appreciation and respect for the natural world.

Limit: 15 campers
Lake Maggiore Environmental Education Center
Meeting Room
1101 Country Club Way S.
Young Naturalist Camp focuses on nature and science topics. Exciting activities include nature hikes, games, and animal and plant studies. Campers explore the natural world, learn to share discoveries, work together, develop their personal creativity, and have fun.

Limit: 30 campers
Hammock Hall Banquet Room
3010 31st St. S. (Gate 2)
5-6 AquaCamp Cost: $180
AquaCamp will provide an exciting week of learning all about Tampa Bay's watersheds! Through hands-on activities and interactive lessons, campers will learn about the importance of watersheds, the impact of human activities on them, and how to protect these vital natural resources!

Limit: 30 campers
Osprey’s Roost
2900 31st Street S. (Gate 1)
6-11 Elemental Seasons Cost: $180
Elemental Seasons Camp will have campers studying seasonal changes and the accompanying traditions and celebrations found around the world. Campers will take daily hikes, participate in homemade celebrations of nature, and create take home crafts.

Limit: 30 campers
Nature Center Classroom
1101 Country Club Way S.
7-13 Pioneer Camp Cost: $180
Campers will experience a time when family, friendship, and character were as important as food, water, and shelter. Activities are adapted from the Association of Experiential Education to foster team building, leadership, and self-esteem.

Limit: 45 campers
Pioneer Settlement
Agriculture Education Building
3010 31st Street S. (Gate 4)