MAY 29–JULY 27 | AGES 6–11
Encourage your child’s inquisitive nature and prepare him or her for future experiences in science and conservation. Campers learn to approach questions using science while also having fun, gaining self-confidence, growing imaginations and making lasting camp friends.
A typical day may include outdoor exploration, crafts, games, learning about animals and conducting science experiments. Other experiences may include special guests and off-site trips to the local pool.
Limited scholarships are available thanks to funding by Wild Birds Unlimited and an anonymous donor. See additional scholarship information below. (UPDATE 6/14/18: All scholarships have been awarded.)
Camp activities are from 9am-4pm daily. Unless extended care is purchased or alternate arrangements are made in advance, campers should be dropped off 8:45am-9:15am and picked up 3:45pm-4:15pm. If purchased, extended care begins at 6:30am and ends at 6:30pm.
Camp will be closed Monday, May 28 and Wednesday, July 4. Rates are discounted these weeks.
All registrants must be between the ages of 6-11 during the week of camp and must have completed kindergarten.
All registration forms must be completed online at least one day prior to the child's first day of camp.
Registration includes lunch. Extended care participants receive cold breakfast, such as cereal or Pop-Tarts, if they arrive by 8:15am.
Registration also includes a camp t-shirt (one per child per camp season). Extra shirts are available for purchase. Please note that campers are required to wear shirts whenever camp goes off-site. Some parents purchase extra shirts to cut down on washing.
$120/week, reduced price of $105/week during holiday weeks (Memorial Day week & 4th of July week)
$40 one-time registration fee per child
Extended care: $25/week (6:30a-6:30p)
Late pick up fee: $25/incidence per child – must be paid within 24 hours
Extra camp t-shirt: $10.83 (including tax)
Souvenir package: $8.00 (including tax) – includes drawstring backpack, reusable water bottle, pencil. Please note that children are required to have a backpack & water bottle for camp.
Active Networks charges a small fee for their online registration system that is not passed on to Audubon or City of Cedar Hill.
A total of five scholarships are offered throughout the summer, so we encourage applying as soon as possible. Scholarships are limited to one per child and are not available for use during the first two weeks of camp.
Scholarships cover full tuition and registration fees for one week of camp. Scholarship recipients also receive a souvenir bag, which includes a drawstring backpack, water bottle and pencil. Scholarship recipients may enroll in additional weeks of camp without paying the registration fee.
In order to obtain a scholarship, download the application and read thoroughly. Send the complete application to firstname.lastname@example.org at least seven days prior to the desired camp week. If the scholarship is approved, a unique coupon code will be provided for use on the registration portal. Parents/guardians are required to complete the registration through the portal within two days of notification of the award. Scholarship recipients are subject to the same camp rules and requirements of all other camp participants.
Where to Register
Please visit our online registration portal by clicking here. We cannot accept registrations in person.
After purchasing a camp registration, you must complete the registration process by visiting your parent portal.
Camp Cedar Hill is offered in partnership with the City of Cedar Hill.
This program is not licensed by the State of Texas; however, it does follow Standards of Care.