Summer Camp at Schlitz Audubon
Whether you are a returning family who views camps at Schlitz Audubon as an annual tradition, or a new family who is interested in exploring what we offer, we want our camps to be a highlight of your child’s summer. This year, we’re continuing to offer camps on popular themes including nature art, beachcombing, and animal care, while also adding new camps focused on space exploration, storybooks, and green living.
Our member lottery has ended. We’ve received an incredible response, which will take just a bit longer than expected to process. Families entered into the lottery will receive camp confirmations and/or waitlist notifications by mid-February. Invoices will be sent by late February and can be paid online.
Camp registration is now closed until mid-Feburary, while we process all lottery entries. When registration resumes, the Camp Calendar will reflect which camps still have available spots, and which camps are sold out. From that time on, registration forms will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis in the order they are received.
To register, families will fill out a Camper Profile for each child, as well as one camp registration form for their family. The camp registration form will provide our staff with camp selections for each child.
View our Camp Calendar or download a pdf list of the 2023 camp schedule. Audubon Babies and Hand-in-Hand summer programs are not a part of our Summer Camp. To purchase tickets for these two programs, visit our general program calendar.
Submitting this secure, online form for each child is a required part of the registration process. This profile includes a health history and emergency care plan, as well as childcare enrollment information. A new profile is required annually. An automated email reply will be sent after each child’s profile has been received.
Camper Profiles are not required to be submitted for children enrolling in Exploring Nature Together camps. Camper Profiles are not required to be submitted for children who have a Student Profile on file from the 2022-2023 school year.
Important Camp Notes
An automated email reply will be sent after submitting each camper profile, as well as after submitting the Camp Registration form. Any members taking part in the lottery will receive camp confirmations and/or waitlist notifications by the end of the day on February 8. Emailed invoices will be sent prior to February 17.
For Camp Registration forms that are submitted after the lottery is completed, camp confirmations or waitlist notifications, as well as emailed invoices, will be sent the week of February 13 and beyond.
Throughout the lottery process, if a camp is at capacity your child may be placed on a waitlist. Waitlists will be capped at 10. After February 9, families will be able to sign up for camp waitlists through the camp calendar if a camp is full and the waitlist has not reached 10 campers.
If an opening becomes available for a wait-listed child, families will be contacted via email and then by phone.
Waitlists will be honored until June 1, 2023. After this time, camp openings will be available on the website and can be registered for on a first-come, first-served basis.
We allow a maximum of 6 camps for the entire summer, per camper.
Cancellation & Change Policy
To cancel or change camps, please email our Registrar.
A refund of registration fees, minus a $25.00 fee, will be given for any camps canceled 14-days or more prior to the first date of camp. There will be no refunds for camps canceled with less than 14-days’ notice. The cancellation policy is not dependent on the status of camp waitlists.
If Schlitz Audubon cancels camps for any reason, we will offer affected camp families a pro-rated refund.
Lunch supervision will not be available for the Summer Camp 2023 season. If a camper is enrolled in both a morning and afternoon camp session within the same week, they must be picked up in between camp sessions.
If your camper may require medication while at camp, please complete an Authorization to Administer Medication Form prior to your child’s first day of camp.