Summer Camp brochures have been mailed and can be downloaded here.
2016 Summer Camp Registration Form (Required for registration.)
Immunization Record Form (Required for registration. To be filled out by your child’s physician.)
Authorization to Administer Medication (Only if necessary for your child.)
Summer Camp registration is on a lottery system. When forms are completed and returned to us with payment, they will be divided into two groups: members and non-members. Become a member and get priority registration and reduced rates!
Members | Monday, February 1, 2016
Registration forms can be submitted any time. At the end of the business day on February 1, we will randomly pull registration forms received from all members. After February 1, on-going registration will be registered in order by the day the forms are received.
Non-Members | Monday, February 15, 2016
Registration forms can be submitted any time. At the end of the business day on February 15, we will randomly pull registration forms received from non-members. After February 15, on-going registration will be registered in order by the day the forms are received.
Note: Enrollment is limited. Maximum of six camps for the entire summer, per camper. Each camp is limited to a state regulated maximum number of students. You will be contacted if your camper is placed on a wait-list.
About Schlitz Audubon Summer Camp
Schlitz Audubon Nature Center’s leading experiential, environmental education connects children of all ages with the natural world, inspiring them to love and protect the land. Conveniently located just north of the city on Lake Michigan, we provide the full experience of nature.
At our camps, your child will play, explore, and make discoveries on 185 acres of woodlands, prairies, ponds, wetlands, and Lake Michigan’s beautiful shoreline. We also feature camps that invite campers to interact with the live amphibians, reptiles, and raptors in our care.
From toddlers to teenagers, there is something for every nature enthusiast. Our camps range from half-day sessions to week-long camps and are licensed by the state of Wisconsin.
Camp themes are wide-ranging. Some include: Lake Michigan, ponding, gardening, raptor training, team building, American Indian culture, insects, and nature art. Our professionally-trained naturalists foster a love of nature and a sense of wonderment in every camper.