Audubon Adventure Summer Camps | Montana Audubon


Audubon Adventure Summer Camps

Outdoor learning and adventure along the Yellowstone River

2023 Information Coming in February.
Registration for our 2023 season will be mid-March.
See below for last year’s information:

2022 Registration Steps:

1.) Go to our registration link, login to Regpack and complete the process. Start Here!
2.) Pay for camp at least a week before.
3.) Look over, print and bring the signed Drop-off Programming Letter to Parents/Conset Form to your first day of camp. You can put all participants on one form. (Can’t print? We will have forms at drop-off the first day of camp). *The form will be good for all summer camp season.

2022 Scholarship Information:

Scholarships are given based on the number of people in a household and the income for the household. Here is the link to the scholarship application. Participants are able to apply for one week of full-day camp OR two half-day camps (in the same week, or different weeks), please put the names of the specific camps you’re interested in on the application. Each participant needs their own application filled out.

2022 Camp Schedule and Information:

Tinies (Age 3-5) Summer Session is Sign up for one week at a time over the 9-week season starting on June 13th. M-W-F and T-Th sessions available, 8:30 – noon. Registration link is the same as regular summer camp.

View Entire 2022 Brochure Here!

Summer 2022 Schedule

Schedule at a Glance:


More Information:

Camp Costs

Half day (8:30am – noon or 12:30pm – 4:00pm) $155

Full Day (8:30am – 4:00pm) $275

Campfire Cookout (optional Thursday night for some all-day camps) $20
Is your kiddo attending both morning and afternoon camps? You can sign the kids up for “lunch buddies” to help us ensure staff supervision during that half-hour break ($10/week).

Double-half day camp discount: Receive $35 off when you register your camper for an AM and PM camp of the same week. The discount will be automatically added to your cart. So the total amount for one kid for that week, including lunch buddies, would be $275 for non-members ($248 for members).


How do we do summer camps at the Montana Audubon Center

  • Low staff:camper ratio of 1:7
  • Diverse, educationally relevant, 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.
  • Member price is 10% off the list price (learn more and sign up for a membership here).
  • Need-based scholarships available for up to 90% 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.
  • Camps divided into age groups: Tinies (preschool-aged and potty-trained), Littles (entering K-2nd), Middles (entering 3rd-5th), and Older Kids (entering 6th-9th)


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