During the first four Tuesdays (9am-1pm) in July, campers will hike, play games, go on scavenger hunts, and make nature observations at Barr Lake State Park. Nature investigators will learn about the food, water and shelter provided for wildlife living in Colorado habitats. Each day will be filled with different activities relating to the session's topic. Campers will continue exploring during a lunch-hour of supervised, unstructured outdoor nature play with their new friends. As a result, campers will need a sack lunch, water bottle, and daypack for this camp. Campers may be registered for an individual session, a combination of sessions, or for all of them, in order to accommodate family summer schedules. Cost is just $20 per session. Full and partial scholarships are available - please see our website and apply BEFORE completing this registration.