Connecticut Audubon’s popular day camp will return for summer 2021, promising great outdoor fun for kids, at four locations: the Center at Fairfield, Coastal Center at Milford Point, Roger Tory Peterson Estuary Center in Old Lyme and the Center at Pomfret.
Camp programs will follow policies and guidance specific to Covid-19 provided by the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood Education.
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What is unique about the Connecticut Audubon Society summer camp experience?
The Connecticut Audubon Society’s summer day camps offer an inviting recipe for both fun and learning at our centers in Fairfield, Milford, Old Lyme and Pomfret. Campers have many opportunities to explore and thrive in the natural environment. Key ingredients include interactive hands-on learning, up-close animal/wildlife encounters, chances to develop outdoor savvy, and knowledge and conservation skills to care for natural resources at home, school, and at our centers and sanctuaries.
Age-specific themes are planned each week. It’s an excellent balance of fun and discovery through activities that take advantage of the natural features and habitats right at each center’s doorstep.