2020 Summer Programs
During each enrichment program, youth ages 5-15 (depending on the program) will experience a variety of nature-based science adventures that include: a STEAM curriculum, games, exploration, and discovery, while we encourage values such as teamwork and trust, problem-solving, stewardship, and the core routines of nature connection. All youth need to bring a face mask, morning snack, lunch, and a filled water bottle (bug spray, hat/cap, and sunscreen are optional). Arrowhead and Fossil included in all programs!
Programs are drop off from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Each program is $45.00 and is first come first serve. To register your youth today, please fill out the registration form. The maximum number of youth for all of our programs this summer is 5 children to maintain optimal social distancing and to follow proper state and CDC guidelines for youth programs and camps (see below for additional COVID-19 information).
Thank you and we hope to see you in July!
Youth will discover the geology of the Texas Hill Country. Through examination, exploration, and investigation, youth will learn how to identify rocks and formations as well as understand how we have dinosaur footprints in our limestone!
Youth will follow in the footsteps of prehistoric giants as we explore the dinosaur trackways and footprints left from visitors long ago. They will learn about the types of Texas Dinosaurs, dinosaur habitats, and more!
Youth will learn about the environmental conditions of the Texas Hill Country that helped form the amazing fossil bed and common fossils in the area. This program includes a fossil mold activity, and students will learn to identify common fossils during a fossil dig on our "Fossil Rim."
Youth will discover the rich history and geography of the Texas Hill Country. With a focus on Pioneers and Native Americans, youth will learn about history, culture, and projectile points. With trails, activities, and more, youth will discover the heart of the hill country.
Youth will explore the property looking for and learning to identify the tracks, scat, and signs of common native Texas wildlife. Youth will make track molds, complete other tracking activities, and play tracking games.