Fish and Explore Camps - 531020

Native Animal Explorers Camp

$490.00 - $563.50

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Native Animal Explorers Camp

Meeting Details

Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Days: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri
Greenbrier Park
2700 N Greenbrier St
Arlington, VA, 22207
(703)228-1805

Registration Event

Registration for this activity starts on 02/14/2024 at 12:00 pm.

Registration/Reservation Rules:

Age older than or equal to 7.00 and younger than or equal to 11.99. The date used for calculating the age is 06/17/24.
Registration ends at 5pm on the Monday one (1) week prior to the Camp Session start date.
Out of County registration begins at 12pm on March 4.
Resident registration begins at 12pm on February 14.

Native Animal Explorers Camp

Native Animal Explorers: Fish & Explore transports campers off-site to hike trails, wade in streams and walk pond and lake shores to find native wildlife. Campers observe, catch, photograph and release frogs, toads, tadpoles, salamanders, lizards, turtles, crayfish, minnows and other small critters. Wear sneakers and bring lunch, snack, river shoes, change of clothes and towel. Camper to Staff Ratio 1:6

Paddle and Explore: Fish & Explore takes campers off-site to learn kayaking skills while getting up close to native wildlife along waterways, ponds and lakes. Beach stops allow campers to wade and observe, catch, photograph and release frogs, toads, tadpoles, salamanders, lizards, turtles and other small critters. Life jackets are provided and required while kayaking. Bring lunch, snack, water bottle, change of clothes, sneakers or river shoes and towel. Camper to Staff Ratio 1:6

Big Fish: Fish & Explore takes campers off site to teach fishing basics and more intensive fishing techniques, including targeting specific fish species, reading the water and navigation safety. All gear including tackle, rods, reels and life jackets supplied. Bring lunch, snack, water bottle, change of clothes, sneakers or river shoes and towel. Camper to Staff Ratio 1:6

Young Anglers: Fish & Explore takes campers to lakes, rivers and the Chesapeake Bay to catch fish, learn water safety and nature awareness, fresh and saltwater fishing basics (casting, rigging, knot tying, selecting tackle and lures and identifying fish). Campers wear life jackets when in the water or on a boat. All gear including bait, tackle, rods, reels, and life jackets is supplied. Bring lunch, snack, water bottle, change of clothes, sneakers or river shoes and towel.

Camper to Staff Ratio 1:4

Fees

Fees:
Res: Core Hours Fee (Standard Fee): $490.00

Non-Resident-DPR

Fees:
NonRes: Core Hours Fee (Standard Fee): $563.50
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