Campers will have fun hiking, setting live traps, handling the animals in the the Nature Center, doing arts & crafts and many other fun activities! It's an outdoor Adventure and Environmental Education program that is commited to promoting individual growth and environmental awareness.
Location: 3485 N. County Road 426, Geneva 32732
Times: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (extended care available - drop off as early as 7:30 a.m. and pick up as late at 5:30 p.m.)
Cost: $132 per week, ($15 per week additional for extended care)
Week 1 June 3-7 Biology Bootcamp (ages 13-15)
Week 2 June 10-14 I Spy (ages 7-12)
Week 3 June 17-21 Art in Nature (ages 7-12)
Week 4 June 24-28 Water Week (ages 7-12)
Week 5 July 1-5 Furry Friends (ages 7-12) (no camp on July 4th )
Week 6 July 8-12 Nature's Builders (ages 7-12)
Week 7 July 15-19 Edible Adventeures (ages 7-12)
Week 8 July 22-26 Nature TV (ages 7-12)
| Register Online at recreation.seminolecountyfl.gov
For more information call 407-665-2211
Create a birthday party experience your child will never forget! A trained staff member will welcome your party guests, present an exciting program with live animals, and take the group on a hike on our 180 acre property. You will have time in the center for exploration and to enjoy your refreshments. Parties are held at in the Ed Yarborough Nature Center in the Geneva Wilderness Area just minutes from Sanford and Lake Mary. Call 407.665.2211 for availability and cost.
Our guided hikes are scheduled at some of our most beautiful wilderness areas. Themes include topics such as frogs, owls, insects, and nighttime adaptations. $3 per person. Must register and pay in advance, space is limited. Must be 7 years old or older. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
You may register at any of our active parks (Red Bug Lake Park, Sanlando Park or Sylvan Lake Park).
We also offer private hikes, at a charge of $3 per person, to groups of 15 to 25. Please call 407.665.2211 for more information.
Geneva Wilderness Area and the Ed Yarborough Nature Center can serve as wonderful outdoor classrooms and provide a great opportunity for hands-on learning. Students can explore this property with Natural Lands staff and learn about the environment around them.
The typical education program consists of a program and time to explore in the Nature Center, a nature-based activity based on your school curriculum, and a guided hike through the Geneva Wilderness Area.
Cost: $5 per student (minimum 15 students. Teachers & Chaperones are free)
For more information or to schedule your field trip, please call 407.665.2211 or email email@example.com
Number of Students: Minimum of 20 students, Maximum of 120 students. Groups larger than 120 will be split into multiple class periods within the same day. There is no charge for this program. Small groups will have a more hands-on experience. In cases of large groups, teachers can choose a small group of students to join us up front to participate in the hands-on portion of the show.
Number of Programs: Up to 3 shows in one day within a 3-hour period.
For more information or to schedule a program, please call 407.665.2211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn to attract birds to your yard, about birdwatching tools, bird identification techniques, and practice identification session with audio and visual aids. Class includes a field trip to the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. Contact Seminole Audubon Society for information and registration at 407- 977-4389.