Camps at the Garden

Registration is now open for 2022!

Registration required for all camps. Please review the Summer Camp Guidelines and complete the Camp Medical Authorization Form prior to attending. Scholarships are available, please contact us at the information provided below.

The Garden is excited to offer one day, multi-day, and weeklong camps this summer. These fun, outdoor camps offer kids a wide variety of activities that utilize the unique landscapes at the Garden in Green Bay. Be ready to dig into the dirt and connect with the wonders of the natural world. Our summer camps are filled with nature-themed games, crafts, and unforgettable adventures.

Is the camp you want to register for full? Ask to be added to a waitlist by contacting our Guest Experience Team at 920.490.9457 or

2022 Weeklong Camps

Junior Gardeners

This weeklong camp is for developing green thumbs! We’ll lead activities on garden types and growing fruits, vegetables, and ornamentals. Dig into the importance of native plants, what makes a weed a weed, and much more. If your camper loves plants, this is the camp to be in!

Cost: $65/Garden Member; $85/General Public

Session One: June 13–17 | 9:30 am–12 pm
Ages 9–12


FULL: Session Two: June 20–24 | 9:30 am–12 pm
Ages 6–9

Nature’s Engineers

Animals and plants have developed some pretty amazing survival tools! Inspired by our upcoming Habitat exhibit, this weeklong camp will have your campers thinking about nature in new ways!

Campers will create forts while exploring how animals build their homes, learn about plants and animals that have inspired human engineering, and have some fun as we build some whacky snacks and sing silly songs!

Cost: $65/Garden Member; $85/General Public

FULL: Session One: July 25–29 | 9:30 am–12 pm
Ages 9–12

FULL: Session Two: August 1–5 | 9:30 am–12 pm
Ages 6–9

2022 Day Camps

Web of Life

All life is connected in some way; most often that connection happens when living things consume their food. Explore the characteristics and needs of herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and detritivores. Play games, read books, and observe the Garden’s natural spaces to gain a better understanding of how the web of life connects the living things around us!

Cost: $35/Garden Member; $45/General Public

FULL: Session One: Tuesday, July 12 | 9:30 am–3:30 pm
Ages 6–9

CANCELED: Session Two: Tuesday, July 19 | 9:30 am–3:30 pm
Ages 9–12

Plants & Fungi

Have you ever wondered what defines plants, mushrooms, fungus, moss, and algae? This camp will focus on basic groups of plants and other living organisms that are often mistaken for plants by comparing their differences and similarities.

We’ll also explore the question of why some plants flower while others don’t (or don’t seem to)! Learn how to inoculate logs with mushrooms and take home your own plant.

Cost: $35/Garden Member; $45/General Public

FULL: Session One: Monday, August 8 | 9:30 am–3:30 pm
Ages 6–9

FULL: Session Two: Tuesday, August 9 | 9:30 am–3:30 pm
Ages 9–12

Bee Biologist

The bees are back in town after high demand! Discover the amazing bees that live at the Garden and around the world! Become a bee biologist alongside the Brown County Beekeepers Association as you observe bees on flowers, safely encounter our hives, and learn why bees are so important. Science is hard work, which means we’re going to get hungry – bees have that covered too, we’ll make awesome bee-inspired treats using honey!

Cost: $35/Garden Member; $45/General Public

Wednesday, August 17 | 9:30 am–3:30 pm

FULL: Ages 6–9

FULL: Ages 9–12


Budding Buddies


9:30–11 am

Specially designed for 3–5 year olds along with their adult buddy, this camp is loaded with nature–themed stories, crafts, hikes, and hands–on exploration. Each day is a new adventure! 

Our July camp is full. To be added to a waitlist, contact our Guest Experience Team at 920.490.9457 or


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Contact Us

For more information, contact our Chip Refsguard, Education Coordinator, at 920.491.3691 ext. 107 or