Summer Nature Camps

Summer camp at the Environmental Institute of Houston
Campers learn archery at the Hunger Games Camp
Citizen Science Camp at the Environmental Institute of Houston
Discovering Nature Camp at the Environmental Institute of Houston
Campers have an opportunity to journal their observations

Our summer camps are designed to get kids outside to explore and learn about the environment. Camp activities include nature walks, bird watching, fishing, dip-netting, gardening, geocaching, flower pressing, games, crafts, stories, and much more.

Who should attend our Summer Camps?

The Environmental Institute of Houston welcomes students entering grades 1 - 8 who want to learn about their natural surroundings. EIH will provide many opportunities for outdoor exploration, wildlife observation, and fun.

Discover Nature

Discover Nature Camp is perfect for rising 1st and 2nd graders who are interested in nature. It's a great way to introduce children to the outdoors. Camp activities include nature walks, bird watching, fishing, dip-netting, gardening, geocaching, flower pressing, games, crafts, stories, and much more!

Discovering Nature Camp
June 24 – 27
8:30am – 1pm
Rising 1st & 2nd grade
Cost: $150; Limit 8 students

Citizen Science

Citizen Science Camp is designed for rising 3rd-5th graders. Camp activities include nature walks, bird watching, fishing, dip-netting, gardening, geocaching, flower pressing, games, crafts, stories, and much more!

Citizen Science Camp
June 17 – 20
8:30am – 1pm
Rising 3rd – 5th grade
Cost: $150; Limit 12 students

Hunger Games

Learn new skills while having FUN! The Hunger Games camp is designed for rising 6th-8th graders. Camp activities include nature walks, bird watching, fishing, archery, geocaching, games, crafts, and much more!

Hunger Games Camp
June 10 – 14
Mon – Thurs: 8:30am – 3pm
Fri: 8:30am – 1pm
Rising 6th – 8th grade
Cost: $250; Limit 16 students

Location

Campers will meet in the classroom in the NOA 1 building each morning of camp. The NOA 1 building (Environmental Institute of Houston offices) is located near entrance 3 off of Middlebrook Dr. on the University of Houston-Clear Lake campus.

See the UHCL campus map to get directions.

Teaching children about the natural world should be treated as one of the most important events in their lives.
—Thomas Berry

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Contact
  • Environmental Institute of Houston

    Phone: 281-283-3950
    Email: eih@uhcl.edu

    North Office Annex
    2700 Bay Area Blvd, Box 540
    Houston, TX 77058-1002

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