2018 Summer Camp

Outdoor learning and adventure along the Yellowstone River


How do we do summer camps at the Montana Audubon Center?

  • Low camper-to-teacher ratio of 1:6
  • Diverse and age-appropriate programming
  • Professional staff of trained naturalists for a safe and fun environment for all campers
  • 80% of program time is outdoors, with an emphasis on education and individual exploration.
  • Members receive a 10% discount on all camp fees (sign up for a membership here).
  • Need-based scholarships available for up to 95% of cost. Call 406-294-5099 or email [email protected] for details.
  • Each camp includes a “giving back” component to care for the natural world.

In addition to our camps for elementary and middle school kids, also offer a Fledglings Summer Session for 3-5 yr olds!  3-day sessions (T-W-Th) from 8:30-12:00. Sign up for one week at a time over the 10-week season. $70/week. Sign up with the general camp registration.

Step 1: See below for dates and themes or download the full 2018 Camp Catalog

Step 2: Pick your camps and set your summer schedule.

Step 3: Make it official and REGISTER HERE

Step 4: Have a great summer!


Camp overview of dates and themes (for full PDF with descriptions, download our

(am): 8:30-12:00 (pm): 12:30-4:00 (d): Full Day 8:30-4:00

Cost: ½ day $140, Full Day $260, Overnight $40

Camps with an asterisk (*) vary in price. Check description for information.


Littles: Entering Grades K-2. All camps are ½ day.

June 18-22 Feathered Friends (am) Dino-Tastic! A (pm)
June 25-29 Tales and Trails (am)
July 9-13 Bogs, Frogs, & Pollywogs (am) Transformers (pm)
July 16-20 Animal Parade (am)
July 23-27 Bug Out! (am) Little Explorers A (pm)
July 30 – Aug 3 Dino-Tastic! B (am) Seeds to Sprouts (pm)
Aug 6-10 Tales and Trails B (am) Water Wiggles (pm)
Aug 13-17 Little Explorers B (am)

Middles: Entering grades 3-5

June 11-15 Art Camp (am)
June 18-22 Fishing and Fort Building A (d)
June 25-29 Birds in Your Backyard (am) Nature Day Spa (pm)
July 9-13 Art Camp (am) Nature Girls 1 (d)
July 16-20 Outdoor Gourmet (am) Forces of Nature (pm)
July 23-27 Mad Scientists (pm) Fishing and Fort Building (d)
July 30 – Aug 3 All About the Challenge (am)
Aug 6-10 Zoology (am) Western Adventure (d)
Aug 13-17 Fishing and Fort Building C (d)

Older Kids: Entering grades 6-9

June 18-22 Art Camp (am)
June 25-29 Wild Ventures* (d) Nature Day Spa (pm)
July 16-20 Challenge Accepted (d)
July 30-Aug 3 Nature Girls 2 (d)
Aug 6-10 Zoology (pm)




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