Eco-Adventure Camps

Discover the wonders of nature this summer at Eco-Adventure Camp!

Immerse your child in an unforgettable outdoor experience, where they'll embark on guided adventures, unraveling the mysteries of Beaver Creek's unique habitats and rich ecosystems. From captivating encounters with plants and animals to hands-on crafts and activities tailored to each week's adventure theme, your child will forge a deeper connection with the natural world.

Ideal for young explorers aged 8-11, our camps run from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM, Wednesday to Friday, during select weeks in July and August. Don't let your child miss out on this chance to create cherished memories and cultivate a lifelong love for nature!

During these themed weeks, campers will embark on a journey of creative exploration, immersing themselves in the wonders of the natural world. Through guided sensory hikes, they'll awaken their wild senses, drawing inspiration from the sights and sounds of Beaver Creek. Armed with natural tools, they'll craft artistic wonders, capturing the essence of their surroundings in unique creations. In addition, they'll delve into the fundamentals of music and songwriting, harmonizing with the melodies of nature. Through nature mindfulness practices, they'll uncover the serene yet vibrant microcosms of the undergrowth, revealing hidden marvels at every turn. Join us for an adventure that sparks imagination and fosters a deep connection to the world around us!

Theme 1: Creek Creativity Camps are available for the following dates:
  • July 10 – 12, 2024
  • July 24 – 26, 2024
Location: Beaver Creek Conservation Area

Cost: $150 (plus tax) per camp, per child
During these themed weeks, campers will embark on a journey of exploration, connecting with the natural world through a lens of technology. They'll traverse various trails at Beaver Creek, delving into the innovative ways technology enhances our understanding of nature. Equipped with nature navigation tools, campers will decode environmental clues to forecast weather patterns and navigate with precision. They'll delve into nature apps, stepping into the role of citizen scientists, contributing valuable data to conservation efforts. Additionally, they'll uncover the fascinating realm of wildlife tracking and identification, using technology to study the behaviors of birds, bats, and other creatures. Moreover, they'll discover how to cultivate wildlife-friendly gardens, leveraging technology to create habitats that nurture diverse ecosystems. Join us for an enriching experience that merges the marvels of nature with the cutting-edge tools of technology!

Theme 2: Wandering & Wayfinding Camps are available for the following dates:
  • August 7 – 9, 2024
  • August 21 – 23, 2024
Location: Beaver Creek Conservation Area

Cost: $150 (plus tax) per camp, per child

For more information, please contact the Interpretive Team at Beaver Creek at 306-374-2474

Camp programs take place outdoors with limited access to indoor facilities. Campers must be dressed for seasonal weather conditions and wear appropriate hiking footwear suitable for walking trails. Closer to your camp date, an orientation package will be provided to parents/guardians that outlines what to bring, how to dress, and a general camp schedule. It is important to note that meals will not be provided, and the water at Beaver Creek Conservation Area is not potable, so make sure to send campers with extra water!

There is limited accessibility at Beaver Creek. The trails, valleys, and rugged terrain make it difficult to accommodate campers with reduced mobility. If your camper has accessibility needs, please contact us at Beaver Creek (306-374-2474) to see what accommodations or alternatives may be available to support their experience.
Beaver Creek Conservation Area is located approximately 13km south of Saskatoon. Starting on Lorne Avenue, take Highway 219 due south. After approximately 12km, you will see a sign reading, "Beaver Creek East" - do NOT turn here. Continue past this sign, approximately 1km, to a sign on the right reading, “Beaver Creek Conservation Area.” Turn right (west) and follow the winding road to the parking lot.

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Meewasin requires a minimum of 14 days advance notice of cancellation. Less than 14 days notice will result in a partial refund. No-shows and same-day cancellations will not be refunded. Administrative fees are non-refundable. Registrations may be transferrable to another camper or to an alternate camp date depending on availability. In the event you prefer a refund, our refund policy applies to all registrations.

Camp programs will proceed in light rain. Interpretive staff will be in contact to reschedule if the weather is deemed unsafe or will adversely affect camp programming. If this is not possible, a refund will be provided.

Refund Policy
More than 14 days prior to camp date | 10% non-refundable
7-14 days prior to camp date | 50% non-refundable
7 days or less prior to camp date | 100% non-refundable

Please send all cancellation requests in writing to Beaver Creek Conservation Area is open and staffed from Wednesday to Sunday. For a response about a cancellation on a Monday or Tuesday, please call the downtown Meewasin office at 306-665-6887 during office hours (8:15 AM – 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM, Monday to Friday).