If you have a child, grandkid, or even a friend’s child at home this summer, pry them away from that video game and send them to Lassen Land and Trails Trust’s Nature Camp for great outdoor adventures and learning.
Participants at Nature Camp will enjoy observing wildlife, learning about history, archaeology, watersheds, geology, botany and how to be safe in the out-of-doors from resource professionals. The first session is unique this year and will offer swim lessons taught by Janiska Nordstrom at Lake Almanor! Additionally, camp is always a wonderful opportunity to make new friends, learn new skills and gain a greater appreciation of our beautiful Lassen County home.
Two sessions of day-camp are being offered; our first session includes swimming lessons and is scheduled on July 25-29, for children ages 8-12. The second session will include our classic programming and is scheduled on August 1-5, for children ages 8-12.
Registration for Session 1 (includes swim lessons) is $120, per child with lunch and snacks provided. Registration for Session 2 is $100 and also includes lunch and snacks. A limited number of scholarships are available for families who qualify. If you would like to donate to the scholarship fund, please call the Trust at (530) 257-3252. Our thanks go out to Lassen Municipal Utility District, a generous supporter of Nature Camp, and to the Lassen County Transportation Commission for our special charter.
To register, visit the Lassen Land and Trails Trust website at www.lassenlandandtrailstrust.org or call (530) 257-3252.
This event is a program of the Lassen County Environmental Education Collaborative, a partnership between the BLM Eagle Lake Field Office, Lassen National Forest, the Lassen County Office of Education and Lassen Land and Trails Trust. For more information about the Collaborative, the Trust, their work or about trails to enjoy, please visit www.lassenlandandtrailstrust.org.