2023 Summer Camps
Summer Camp is Back!
Fun and Adventure in Seward Park
Summer days of trees, water, birds, and friendships
Come explore the natural world with Seward Park Audubon Center Nature Camps. Seward Park, located in the Rainier Valley, spans 277 acres including the city's largest stand of old-growth trees, 2.5 miles of shoreline, two playgrounds, miles of nature trails, and a lifeguarded swimming beach. Kids get to explore the ancient forest and shores while learning about birds, art, native plants, wilderness skills, or just playing and having adventures! Join us in Seward Park, amongst the tall trees and cool water! We’ll spend five days exploring woodland trails, discovering wildlife, creating art, and building friendships. Birding, swimming, and fun games are all part of a wild summer experience in the outdoors.
Our summer camp sessions offer a five-day program operating Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (campers may be dropped off as early as 8:45 AM) for kids ages 6-9.
Registration now open!
$425 for full-week of camp
Summer 2023 Camp Schedule
Cancellation and Refund PolicyPlease review your calendar carefully before selecting a camp for your child.
If you wish to cancel your camp registration and apply for a credit to another week of camp, you can contact our office at 206.652.2444 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The following policies and timeline apply. If you notify us before June 5, 2023, you can apply for a 100% credit on your account for a future enrollment, or a 75% refund.
If you notify us between June 6, 2023, and June 19, 2023, you may receive a 100% credit on your account for another Seward Park Audubon Center camp in 2023 (if spaces are available), or 50% refund.
No refunds will be granted after June 19, 2023.
Wild Birds Unlimited believes in our mission to provide a fun, outdoor learning opportunities for youth. Wild Birds Unlimited has made available a limited number of scholarships to families in need on a first-come, first-serve basis. Download our scholarship application and submit to:email@example.com or mail to: 5902 Lake Washington Blvd S. Seattle, WA 98118
How you can help, right now
We rely on the talents of our volunteers to promote the efforts of the Center. Whether you're a budding naturalist or an organized decision-maker, we need you!
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