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Summer Camps at Lewis & Clark National Historical Park
Published: 05/05/2017  Updated: 05/12/2017

Two summer camp adventures await for young people at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park.

Get the kids outdoors this summer to survive and thrive in nature. Lewis and Clark National Historical Park offers two week long camps for kids with exciting overnight opportunities July 10-14 and July 17-21, 2017.

Nature Adventure Camp, held July 10-14, offers a week's worth of adventures at the park and nearby, as well as an overnight in Fort Clatsop. Nature Adventure Camp is open to students entering 4th grade through 6th grade. The cost is $140.

Nature Survival Camp, held July 17-21, takes campers on the water and to the woods, deep into the park and other sites, as they explore and practice skills to survive and thrive in nature, including a two-night camping trip at the beach. This camp is open to students entering 7th, 8th and 9th grades. The cost is $150.

Enrollment for both camps is limited and scholarships are available. For more information about summer camp call Cathy at the park (503) 861-4422

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