Mon, Jul 18|
Heyburn State Park
Students will learn about the forest and the water features that reside in Heyburn State Park. This is a combination of both The Forest and The Water Camps.
Time & Location
Jul 18, 2022, 9:00 AM – Jul 29, 2022, 3:00 PM
Heyburn State Park, 57 Chatcolet Lower Rd, Plummer, ID 83851, USA
About the event
Students will explore Heyburn State Park, the oldest park in the Pacific Northwest. While hiking through and around the park, students will learn about the forest, including tree and plant identification, habitats, and ecosystems, and about the water features within the park, including information about the water cycle, water quality, water quantity, microinvertebrate life, and the park's history.
Grades 3rd - 5th (open to 6th - 8th grade if enrollment numbers allow)
Camps will start at 9 a.m. and end at 3 p.m. each day.
Pick up and drop off point will be at Heyburn State Park in the parking lot of the visitor center.
Campers should bring a snack, a bag lunch, and water bottle.
Campers need to wear appropriate clothing including close toe shoes, jacket/sweatshirt, raincoat (if necessary).
***There will be a lot of hiking around the park. They should also bring sunscreen and bug repellent (if desired).
This includes both The Forest Camp and The Water Camp.$350.00