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Back to the Land Nature Camp launches!

Indigo Nature Arts is going Back to the Land!  

Summer Camp 2023

Join us for four weeks of exploration, fun, and adventure in the Wissahickon forest. The Andorra Natural area is a tranquil, scenic setting with hiking trails and a restored meadow. Kids will hike and explore the creek, connect with the land and native wildlife, and have plenty of imaginative playtime. Indigo Nature Art’s Nature Camp provides kids with an opportunity to observe and study creatures with wings, fins, and fur, while looking at how humans play a part in the health of the land and how all can make a positive impact. Indigo Nature Arts values the unique nature of each child. We are excited for you to join us!


Back to the Land Camp happens the month of July (no July 4th), and is for children 6 to 10 years old. Register for one or more weeks. Monday through Friday, 9:00-3:00pm, and is held outdoors on the grounds of the Tree House/Wissahickon Environmental Center. Registration is required and is lovingly limited to provide the best hands-on experiences. 

$295 per week + $30 materials fee = $325

July 3-7 (No camp July 4th - $275 adjusted price)

Honey Bees and Pollinators! 

A fun week to explore, play, and ramble the trails, kids learn honey bee facts and how humans can help the pollinators. Kids create a buzz and investigate how honey bees and other pollinating insects play a part in making a healthy planet. What would we do without them? Honey tasting included! 



July 10-14

Things with Wings

Hummingbirds, butterflies and dragonflies, songbirds and birds of prey, kids learn about winged creatures. Kids get creative and become detectives of the forest, zooming in on fine feathered friends. A week to enjoy the beauty of flight and day dream on what life would be like if humans could fly. 


July 17-21

Things that Slither and Scamper

Snakes, salamanders, squirrels, deer, and other native animals roam their home, the Wissahickon forest. Kids will spend the week closely scouting and observing the native animals. How do the animals survive where there is less land for them to thrive? How do humans play a role? A week of fun and thinking, kids will gain appreciation for all creatures big and small.


July 24-28

Things that Swim 

Exploring the Wissahickon Creek, kids will take on the adventure of learning about what swims in the waters, the health and history of the creek, and the impact humans have on it. Plenty of creek and mud fun kids investigate and learn how to become stewards of the waters. 


Fees are non-refundable after April 25, 2023. A $35 charge per-child will be deducted for administrative costs for refunds requested before April 15, 2022 due to a cancellation. 

Refunds during camp are not given due to illness (sick days) or impromptu vacations during camp. Camp credits approved the previous year must be used in the following summer. Camp credit not used will be voided.

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