EcoKids is our nature preschool programs designed for children
EcoKids Nature Preschool
We offer a year-round program series for pre-schoolers and kindergartenders called EcoKids, which is designed to connect the children with the natural world. For ages 3-6, these child/caregiver classes use nature study, exploration, stories, and crafts to encourage an environmental sensibility and sense of wonder. Our fall and spring series occur outdoors at camp, and our winter series is held indoors in our administrative offices. Each class includes a hike on our trails weather-permitting.
Classes are $5 per child and lasts about an hour. Spring, fall, and winter series are each 6-8 weeks long. Please call 856-596-4250 or email email@example.com to inquire about dates and registration.
LEAF Club (Learning, Exploring, And Fun) is our afterschool club for children in grades 3-8.
LEAF (Learning, Exploring, And Fun) Science & Nature Club
LEAF (Learning, Exploring, And Fun) Science & Nature Club is an after-school program offered at camp for students in grades 3-8. Participants will learn about the environment through guided exploration of our camp’s trails and engaging nature study activities. Our series is offered seasonally, with fall, winter, and spring sessions. Each session runs approximately 6-8 weeks long and classes are 1&1/2 hours long. Students must register for the whole series.
Please call 856-596-4250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about cost, dates, and registration.
We invite your troop to visit Camp Creek Run to learn about local ecology and to earn a related badge!
Boy & Girl Scout Troops
Are you looking for a place to earn your next nature badge? Camp Creek Run can accommodate scout groups looking to earn troop badges, or just to broaden your scout's knowledge of the natural world. We welcome girl and boy scout troops to our 50 acre nature preserve to learn about the local ecology.
Email email@example.com or call 856-596-4250 today with inquiries about the topics we offer.
Cost is $5 per child, and classes are 1 - 1 1/2 hours.
We can bring the classroom to you in these programs designed for high school students
We offer a variety of outreach programs designed for high school students, community groups, and organizations. We can visit your school or organization to discuss topics related to pollination, gardening for wildlife, fungi, monarch migration, and other subjects. Programs include a powerpoint presentation and natural history displays as relevant.
To inquire about these programs or to request a specific topic, please call Keara R. Giannotti at 856-596-4250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Costs are on a sliding-fee scale depending upon your organization's budget.