Palmyra Cove Nature Park (PCNP) is a 250-acre urban oasis along a highly developed area on the Delaware River. Habitats include wetlands, woodlands, meadows, wild creek and river shoreline, and a freshwater Tidal Cove after which the park is named.
The Institute for Earth Observations at Palmyra Cove is a STEM educational initiative for students and teachers that studies Planet Earth. This is a unique and engaging facility where experiences can be shared…and innovative collaboration begins!
SUMMER DAY CAMP
Summer Camp at Palmyra Cove Nature Park/Institute for Earth Observations give children an opportunity to be outdoors and learn new things. Camp offerings vary each year, but one mainstay is the highly popular Cove Campers.
Does your child enjoy being outdoors and making new discoveries?
Our mission is to have students feel a sense of responsibility and ownership of our wild spaces and to learn about their environment in a fun and educational way. Environmental education at Palmyra Cove is hands-on, interdisciplinary, and personalized. Each week of camp will cover different topics, so campers may participate in one or both weeks.
Cove Campers will learn to conduct scientific experiments, including the use of technology and math skills, to learn about the natural world. Some of the activities will include:
- Seining and beach pollution surveys
- Wetland flora and fauna discoveries
- Amphibian and reptile studies
- Delaware River watershed investigations
- Habitat creation
- Natural and recycled arts and crafts projects.
Date: The third and fourth weeks of July.
- For more information contact John Moore, Executive Director, (856) 829-1900, email@example.com.
Time: Monday – Thursday 9 AM to 12 PM
Age Group: We are now accepting students entering grades 3rd through 8th. Cove Camper alumnae that have aged out, but are still interested in attending, please call to inquire about our new Junior Counselor program.
What to Wear: Sunscreen and bug repellent (applied at home). Closed-toed shoes (no flip-flops or sandals). Dress for the weather; the class is held rain or shine. Dress in layers; boots are suggested.
What to Bring: Water Bottle
Cost: $150 for PCEEF members; $200* for non-members per week (*this includes annual PCEEF Family Membership with free member programs).
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Cash or check accepted; sorry, no credit/debit cards.
For more information or to register, contact John Moore, Executive Director, (856) 829-1900, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mason Kramer is a Biologist/Naturalist with a passion for Watershed Ecology and Entomology. He graduated from Rowan University with a B.S in Biology and is currently serving as a member of the NJ AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassador program. Mason discovered his passion for outdoor education serving as a Watershed Ambassador, having provided over 100 educational presentations and countless nature walks at Palmyra Cove and other locations throughout the region. Highly knowledgeable about local flora and fauna, Mason is excited to work with the next generation of young scientists attending the Cove Campers Program!