Discover Your Inner Wild

Roman Russell, Ethan Ingle and Austyn Zeis harvest critters from a rotted log during last year’s Wildlife 101 camp at Camp Discovery in Blythewood. This year’s camp begins March 28 and runs through April 1.

Roman Russell, Ethan Ingle and Austyn Zeis harvest critters from a rotted log during last year’s Wildlife 101 camp at Camp Discovery in Blythewood. This year’s camp begins March 28 and runs through April 1.

BLYTHEWOOD (Jan. 7, 2016) — If you think your child might like to spend spring break on the wild side, Camp Discovery may have just what you’re looking for.

For a 5-day spring break like no other, “Wildlife 101” focuses on a different topic each day to learn the secrets of nature’s incredible design. Camp activities include field experiments, exploration, games, lots of animals and fun hands-on learning. Children can sign up for one day or for all week! No two days are ever the same.

The camp, for ages 6-11, runs from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., March 28 – April 1. Cost is $40/day or $185 for the week. Space is limited. Registration fees include all activities, daily snacks and a camp shirt. Limited financial assistance is available.

A complete listing of topics and registration information is available at www.campdiscoverysc.org.

Camp Discovery is a 501(c)(3) non-profit providing recreation and experiential learning in nature.

Located in Blythewood on 104 acres of natural spaces, Camp Discovery provides the ideal outdoor classroom to awaken a child’s senses and to engage with the natural world!

For more information, call (803) 754-2008 or email [email protected]