Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy's popular summer camps are unique, age-specific programs held in beautiful Frick Park. Summer camps will be making an exciting return to the Frick Environmental Center in 2017!
Led by Parks Conservancy educators, these five-day camps encourage children to learn, play, and grow in our city's biggest classrooms: parks! Camps are for children three years old through youth who have completed 7th grade. Register for Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy summer camps through the links below.
Camperships are available for income-eligible families! Contact Mike Cornell at email@example.com or 412-586-4576 for information.
Kinder Nature Camp
For kids who have completed kindergarten or who are three years old at time of camp.
Campers sing songs, dig for worms, play games, plant seeds, tell stories, and take walks in the woods. Campers also do hands-on projects to help the park.
Kids Nature Camp
For children who have completed 1st, 2nd or 3rd grade.
Campers experience different programs based on their grade level. Campers explore nature through art, cooperative games, restoration projects, hikes, and other activities. Nature Camp themes are: "Have to Have a Habitat" (1st grade), "Nature Investigators" (2nd grade), "Kids in the Woods" (3rd grade).
For children who have completed 4th or 5th grade.
Campers explore Pittsburgh's incredible outdoor spaces and take part in hands-on activities, including stream hikes, field trips (may involve van/bus travel), games, night exploration and a campfire.
For children who have completed 6th or 7th grade.
Campers learn skills such as shelter and fire building; finding water and food; whittling; and outdoor preparedness. Both grade levels emphasize teamwork, decision-making, and outdoor familiarity.