Summer Break Camps
For Children Entering Grades K–5 in Fall 2017
NYBG is the place to be for kids on summer break! Choose between three different day camps offering playful and creative opportunities for children to explore the world around them using a mix of nature exploration, science activities, group projects, our vast 250 acres, and more. Concurrent sessions are offered for students entering grades K–2 and 3–5 in fall 2017 with content designed specifically for their age and learning level. We balance curiosity-driven free time with content-based activities that incorporate both structured and self-directed learning. And, of course, we make it fun! Sign up for a single week or a series of weeks.
Session 1: July 10–28
Session 2: August 7–25
Section 2: Grades 3–5
9 a.m.–4 p.m.*
Weekly: $325 Non-Member | $295 Member
3-Week Summer Session: Save 10% when you register for all 3 weeks! Use code CPSU17 at checkout.
Be sure to register for the appropriate age group: kids entering grades K–2 or grades 3–5 in Fall 2017.
*Early drop-off (8 a.m.), late pick-up (5 p.m.), and extended pick-up (until 6 p.m.) available. Pre-registration is required.
Fee: $15 per morning or afternoon, and $30 for extended pick-up.
Late fees apply if children are picked up after their designated checkout time.
Get Ready for Camp!
We are excited for all of our Adventure Campers to join us for a week of fun! Every day will be packed with entertaining hands-on activities. Here are some things to keep in mind as you prepare for camp:
- Pack a smock or old t-shirt to put on over regular clothes while working on messy projects.
- Bring a water bottle and clothing appropriate for outdoor adventures.
- Pack two healthy snacks and a lunch—please do not pack food items containing nuts of any kind.
- A positive attitude! NYBG Camps provide a fun and safe space to meet new friends and explore new ideas.
LGBT @ NYBG
NYBG is a member of NGLCCNY and proud to partner with them and the Loft for the LGBT @ NYBG series—an initiative that hosts events throughout the year to celebrate the LGBT community.