Summer Camp Information
Portland Audubon offers exciting week-long camps for kids and teens, June 24 - Aug. 30. Summer Camps inspire children to love and protect nature, in the very best way - by exploring, learning, and having fun.
Non-refundable Online Registration Fee
1/2 day week-long camps=$4.50/program
Full day week-long camps=$9.50/program
NOTE: You can send in a registration form and pay by check to avoid fees.
About Summer Camps
Audubon Society of Portland offers exciting week-long camps that guarantee to create memories that will last a lifetime! Summer Camps inspire children to love and protect nature, in the very best way - by exploring, learning, and having fun.
Audubon Society of Portland welcomes young people from first graders to high school seniors to participate. We encourage people of all abilities and backgrounds to join us. Summer Camp 2014 runs for ten weeks beginning Monday, June 23 through Friday, Aug. 29. Most classes run Monday-Friday unless otherwise stated.
- Excursions are week-long programs filled with a different exciting field trip each day! Classes begin at 8:45 a.m. and adjourn at 4:15 p.m.
- Mobile Adventures are week-long overnight camps. Transportation, food and lodging are all provided. Start and ending times vary, and camps meet at Upper Macleay Park to depart on the bus for our week-long adventure.
- On-site programs meet at Audubon Society of Portland, 5151 NW Cornell Road. We offer half day sessions for 1st graders from 8:45 a.m.-1 p.m. and full day sessions for 2nd-3rd graders from 8:45 a.m.-4:15 p.m.
- Lake Oswego camps: Audubon is partnering for a second year with Lake Oswego Community Schools to offer several fun, week-long day camps in Lake Oswego! These camps are based out of Uplands Elementary, 2055 Wembley Park Road, Lake Oswego. Learn more.
Invite a Friend
Invite a new participant, someone who has never been to an Audubon camp before and get $50 off the tuition cost of a one week program for both you and your friend. Excludes program offered in conjunction with Saturday Academy and Lake Oswego Community Schools.