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Summer Camp

REGISTRATION CAMP DATES now live!

Sea Turtle, Inc. 2024 summer camp is an immersive journey where kids will dive into the world of sea turtle conservation.

Campers will learn what it takes to work in a sea turtle hospital, threats that sea turtles face in the ocean, and what they can do to make a positive impact on the environment.

When: Monday from 8:30 am-3:00 pm

Price: Prices are $130 per camper and include a drawstring logo bag, camp shirt, water bottle, and an STI-branded pencil pack.

Group Size: Camp has limited capacity. Register early to secure a slot.

The Parent Packet will be sent out via e-mail once registration is complete. Please look over the packet with your camper(s) before the start of camp.

Cancellation/Refund Policy: A cancellation notice must be received in writing at least 30 days prior to camp start date for a 50% refund. In the event of rescheduling your week of camp, a $10 rescheduling fee will be assessed. We do not offer refunds or pro-rated registration fees due to illness, weather conditions or vacation schedule changes.

Please Note: All required paperwork for each student is now part of the registration process. This will include a photo release and waiver. We require that all information regarding your camper is accurate, and up to date when registering for camp.

      Our Summer camp day programs run for three different age groups

KEMP’S KIDS – AGES 7-10

Engaging kids with marine conservation through exciting, hands-on learning experiences. We offer interactive sea turtle lessons, activities, fun games, as well as arts and crafts!

TWEEN TURTLES – AGES 11-14

An interactive program diving into the world of marine conservation focuses on rehabilitation and education. This program offers fun lessons, activities, and behind-the-scenes turtle experiences.

CONSERVATION CONNECTION TEEN STEM CAMP – AGES 14-17

Focuses on providing high school students with the necessary tools so they can become ocean stewards! Through STEM related activities and field experiences, participants will be immersed into the world of ocean conservation. Each session will include water quality labs, local marine species identification, and professional development presentations.

Questions? Please contact the Education Department at [email protected] or (956) 761-4511 ext. 102

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