This unique summer camp for 2nd-5th grade children focuses on unique Mediterranean climate zone existing in California, Central Chile, Cape Province of South Africa, Southern and Western Australia, and the Mediterranean Basin in Europe, while scientifically studying our local environment. Using hikes, gardening, art, cooking, live animals, and other hands-on activities, campers discover the relationship between plants and people.
Space is very limited, so sign up now!
Do you know a kid who wants to be an explorer? Meet a wild animal? Cook with
the sun? Hike and climb? Make friends and have fun? If the answer is “YES,” then get them ready for this
year’s Adventure Camp at the SLO Botanical Garden, July 18-22, 10 AM to 3 PM daily!
This one-of-a-kind adventure for 2
grade children focuses on the five Mediterranean climate zones of the
world (California, Central Chile, Cape Province of South Africa, South and Western Australia and the
Mediterranean Basin in Europe) and the scientific study of our Earth. Through exciting hands-on outdoor
activities, campers learn about ecology and how we need and use plants every day—all while playing, exploring
and investigating the natural world. Sign up NOW as space is very limited. Find out more at slobg.org/camp