Wildlife Sanctuary Programs & Camps

Wildlife Sanctuary Summer Camps

A variety of dates, times and camp topics are available! Please see the brochure for details. 

Registration can be completed online, or by calling (920) 391-3671 or (920) 448-3365.

Please note, if you are signing your child up for full-day camps, a permission slip is required. Please return these forms via email or fax at least one week prior to the first day of camp. 

COVID-19 UPDATE: Camp staff members will be wearing masks (participants are asked to bring their own) and CDC guidelines will be followed. There will be hand sanitizer available and social distancing will be implemented. Safety is our top priority; therefore, more policies and procedures may be implemented prior to the start of the program. We will communicate these updates to participants as they are received. Please continue to check the Parks, Recreation & Forestry and Wildlife Sanctuary Facebook pages for current updates. 

Animal Stories

This program is designed to introduce your 3 to 5 year old to Wisconsin’s fascinating wildlife in an informal setting that will hopefully foster an on-going interest in the outdoors. Animal Stories is every Monday of the month from September - April. Please look at calendar for dates. Free.

Full Moon Tai Chi

In this class we will use the balancing principles of tai chi to soften the extremes of yang energy and harness the nurturing openness the full moon offers. Come and experience how the energetic flow of tai chi can connect you tot he balanced cycles of your life. Nor prior experience necessary. Kids 15 and under are welcome with adult supervision. Class dates coincide with the full moon. Fee required Register here. 

Trail Fitness Walks 

Walk for fitness led by a Naturalist on Sanctuary trail system. We will walk for approximately 45 minutes at a brisk pace. Some uneven terrain, not paved. Bring your own water bottle and mosquito repellent (when needed). Meet in the Nature Center entrance. Find dates here. Free. 

Kids and Cactus
Acorns Camp
Pond Study