Every Child Deserves An Opportunity to Explore Nature:
Generous Audubon Summer Camp Scholarships are Available
Smithfield, RI – Audubon summer camps engage children in nature - all summer long. Kids get outside exploring fields, forests, ponds, streams, and the coast of Narragansett Bay. Campers enjoy hikes, live animal visits, ponding excursions, netting at the shore, messy crafts, games, and more! Friendships are made as kids discover the natural world together and are engaged with creative camp themes and hands-on science. It’s what summer should be: tons of outdoor fun!
Audubon believes that EVERY child should have the opportunity to attend summer camp, so the organization offers generous scholarships for camps in Bristol, RI and Seekonk, MA.
For more information and to apply for Audubon camp scholarships,
visit www.audubonsummercamp.com or call (401) 949-5454 ext. 3014.
Camp registration opens to Audubon Society of Rhode Island members on February 4, 2023. Registration opens to the public on February 11, 2023. See location details below.
Audubon Camp Locations:
Audubon Caratunk Wildlife Refuge, Seekonk MA
From the big white barn to the meandering trails and crystal-clear brooks, Caratunk Wildlife Refuge in Seekonk, MA is a perfect destination for outdoor exploration, ponding, and nature discovery. With nearly 200 acres of natural habitat, the location provides a safe and inviting environment for hikes, hands-on science, and plenty of outdoor fun! Caratunk is located just minutes from Providence, Central Falls, and Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
Audubon Nature Center and Aquarium, Bristol, RI
A gateway to Narragansett Bay, the Audubon Nature Center and Aquarium in Bristol is a popular camp destination for families in the East Bay area. Campers have opportunities to explore the 28-acre McIntosh Wildlife Refuge, the Audubon Palmieri Pollinator Garden, fresh and saltwater wetlands, fields, forest, and the shore of Narragansett Bay. The location provides a safe and inviting natural environment for hands-on science, marine life discoveries, field explorations, and plenty of outdoor fun!
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