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Outdoor Activities & Wildlife

Family Adventure Camp Weekend

From Saturday, July 08, 2017
To Sunday, July 09, 2017
Contact  info@mshinstitute.org

Enjoy, explore and learn about Mount St. Helens with the whole family. Activities will be designed for youth, adults, and intergenerational teams.  We will hike and play, create art, and get nerdy about the geology and ecology of Mount St. Helens.

Families with youth of all ages.  We welcome families of all ages, backgrounds, and structures.  ​We welcome children and families with special needs; please contact Kori Quatermass to discuss accommodations.  ​Children ages 2 and younger may attend at no additional cost.  Children are the responsibility of a parent or guardian at all times.

Reservations are required in advance and space is limited


$100/person, children 2 and under can be added at no cost

Scholarships are available, please email rent@mshinstitute.org or call 360-274-2114

Tickets to SLEEP INDOORS in one of the bunk rooms or

Tickets to SLEEP OUTSIDE in the primitive camping area

Participants will choose from any number of activities which may include (these are given as examples, schedule to be determined):

Wild flower identification activities

Guided nature walk

Star gazing (weather permitting)

Eruption story skits

GPS scavenger hunts

Aquatic animal activity

Microscopes, geology, ecology, and more!

Location 

Mount St. Helens Science and Learning Center 
19000 Spirit Lake Highway 
Toutle, WA  98649