2022 Summer Programs

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UNPLUGGED SUMMER

Summer camp at Yadkin Path offers an abundance of fresh air and sunshine on 9 acres of meadows, woods, and gardens.  Children have daily opportunities to participate in the growing, harvesting, and preparing of garden produce.

2022 Camp Sessions
(Limited Toddler Camps -- Available during sessions 2, 3, 6, & 7.

  1. June 6 – 10

  2. June 13 – 17

  3. June 20 – 24

  4. June 27 – July 1 

No camp the week of July 4th

   5. July 11 – 15

   6. July 18 – 22

   7. July 25 – 29

   8. August 1  5 

   9. August 8 – 12 

Toddler Camps: 18 months to 3 years old

8:30 – 11:30 am, M – F

 

2-week camps: Sessions 2 & 3, and Sessions 4 & 5

 

Nature Immersion study centers on botany, zoology, ornithology, entomology, and herpetology on our nine-acre campus, collecting and studying specimens, and learning the correct names and parts of objects found in nature. Includes gardening, nature walks and wildlife observation, outdoor exercise, creative arts, music, and singing. 

Elementary Camps: Rising 1st through 6th graders

8:30 – 2:30 pm, M – F

 

This camp includes all of the activities listed above, plus various specialties taught by local experts. Elementary children will also read books and discuss them, move their bodies, practice fine-motor skills, practice social skills, play games, make art and music, cook, garden, and explore their individual interests with the guidance of the teacher. 

Programs

Toddler Camp: 18 months to 3 years old
 

Children's House Camp: 3 to 6 years old
 

Elementary Camp: rising 1st through 6th graders

 

Prices range from $88/week - $285/week depending on age of camper and theme. Before and after camp care options available as well. 

 

See Application and Registration form below for details.

Children's House Camps: 3 to 5 years old

8:30 – 11:30 am, M – F
or
8:30 – 2:30 pm, M – F

 

Nature Immersion study centers on botany, zoology, ornithology, entomology, and herpetology on our nine-acre campus, collecting and studying specimens, and learning the correct names and parts of objects found in nature. Includes gardening, nature walks and wildlife observation, outdoor exercise, creative arts, music, and singing. *Sessions 3 & 5 include Soccer Shots fun!

Each Elementary Camp will have a focus as follows:

Session 1: Art

Session 2: Nature Immersion

Session 3: Soccer Shots

Session 4: Ecology

Session 5: Soccer Shots

Session 6: Homesteading

Session 7: Art

Session 8: Nature Immersion

Session 9: French 

Download the Summer 2022 Application and Registration forms here: