Our campers will learn about the environment, wildlife, nature protection, outdoor skills, local food and how to enjoy gardening. A typical camp day will be split into several blocks with one lunch and two snack breakes. The activity blocks will be a mixture of educational activities, craft and physical activities. Camp activities will be designed so that campers take completed projects home with them to share their experience and enthusiasm with their families.
Fleming College's Frost campus is home of the School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences, one of Canada's leading environmental education institutions. Our main focus is on environmental education, stewardship and conservation. Situated on a 150 acre property featuring wetlands, a variety of gardens, forest, fields, a creek and our own fish hatchery, the campus provides ample learning opportunities for children. Our knowledgeable and highly motivated staff has experience in delivering outdoor education programs to children of a variety of ages in a fun and engaging way through lots of hands on activities.