Eagle Bluff 2021 Camps
Down to the River with Chatfield Center for the Arts
|Type:||Half-day or full-day camp|
– Morning or afternoon session (or both)
|Ages:||For youth entering grades 3-5|
|Dates:||June 21 – 25|
|COVID-19:||See camp COVID-19 protocols|
Chatfield Center for the Arts and Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center partner to present a week of adventure and crafts. Campers entering grades 3-5 are welcomed to register for morning sessions, afternoon sessions, or all day. Each day’s activities will be built on a different theme.
Signing up for both morning and afternoon sessions? Use promo code FullDay2021 for each session. Full-day campers are responsible for providing their own lunch but we will provide snacks for all campers.
What activities will my camper be participating in?
Campers in the morning sessions can expect to: meet animals, paint with watercolor, and walk in nature. Learn about the cultural history of the people who made their homes by the river, and observe the plants and animals living there today. Explore on a scavenger hunt and build found-object sculptures. Try out camouflage and discover ways animals hide in plain sight.
Campers in the afternoon sessions can expect to: build with clay, create crafty critters, and tie fishing flies. Try out orienteering and map-making. Learn Oneota stories and dance. Enjoy hikes to the river to observe fish and insects, and craft hikes with a mix of art projects along the way.
We’re located in the beautiful Bluff Country of Lanesboro, Minnesota
Just 2 hours southeast of the Twin Cities, 3 hours from Madison, and 3.5 hours from Des Moines, Eagle Bluff is conveniently located for campers from all over Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and northern Illinois.