Animal Adventure Camps
Animal Adventure Camps are fun Humane Education programs for youth. Games, activities, and animal interactions teach children how to be responsible pet guardians and make the community a safer place for animals. All camp activities encourage respect, empathy, and kindness toward animals.
Campers will learn about SICSA and homeless animals, learn about other species of animals, study veterinary science (with a veterinarian), participate in art activities, meet lots of terrific animals, and much more!
What is included?
Each camp includes interactions with different types of animals. All children will receive a camp t-shirt, snack, juice, and take-home craft project.
Registration is processed on a first come, first served basis. Once your online registration form and payment have been submitted, you will receive an email confirmation of enrollment. We have space for 25 campers in each camp.
Please check back for upcoming Animal Adventure Camps!
Cancellation & Refund Policy
If you need to cancel your child's registration for any youth program, please notify us as soon as possible so we can try to fill the opening. If the cancellation is received one week or more before the program date, we will provide a 75% refund. If the cancellation is received less than one week before the program date, a refund will not be guaranteed unless we are able to fill the opening in the program (in which case, a 75% refund would be given). If we decide to cancel a program due to lack of interest, we will provide those enrolled a full refund.
What to Wear & Bring to Camp
Pants, capris, t-shirt, sweatshirt, and closed-toe shoes are best. No sandals or shorts, please. Campers should bring a sack lunch and a bottle of water to camp. Optional items to bring include sunscreen, a hat, and/or a camera.
Please contact Carlette Jewell, Youth Programs Coordinator, at 937-294-6505 ext. 24 or firstname.lastname@example.org.