Summer Camp

Registration for Next Summer Opens January 21, 2023

Join Portland Audubon for truly amazing, nature-based adventures all summer long! Camps combine art, science experiments and games with explorations of our beautiful, 172-acre Nature Sanctuary neighboring Forest Park and adventures all over the Pacific Northwest.

Summer Camp Sliding Scale

Please read about our new sliding scale before you register for camp.

We’re offering a NEW Sliding Scale fee structure to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to experience camp with Portland Audubon. Families are invited to pay at the level that works for them!

Portland Audubon is committed to creating an inclusive summer camp that welcomes families from all socioeconomic backgrounds. Give directly to our Spencer Higgins Education Fund to support this work and ensure environmental education is accessible to all children.

Animal Tracks and Traces camp, photo by Henry Jackson

Summer Camp 2022 Schedule

Camp Registration Details

    • Camps that are listed in gray are currently full. Please click on the link within each camp to fill out the inquiry form – this function serves as our wait list. Once you have submitted your inquiry for the waitlist, you will only be contacted if a space becomes available. Thank you!
    • This page is updated at 9:30 a.m. Monday-Friday. If you’ve received an inquiry page over the weekend or after hours, that camp is likely full. Filling out the inquiry form adds you to the wait list for that camp.
    • Week-long day camps start between 8:30/8:45 am and end 3:15/3:30 pm daily, unless otherwise noted.
    • Please register your camper for the grade they will be going into in the fall.
    • View the facilities at Portland Audubon’s beautiful Marmot Cabin in Sandy, Ore.
  • If you have questions or need assistance regarding camp, please write to
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At Portland Audubon Camp…

We know that every child learns in their own way, and we invite kids to learn by doing, seeing, touching, smelling, hearing and, at times, tasting! Our holistic, student-directed approach allows learning to unfold from the student’s personal passions and interests in the natural world. Campers are also invited to express themselves individually through art, poetry, skits, and conservation action, and we give children opportunities to master the skills and crafts that build competence and self-reliance in the outdoors.

Each week-long camp, led by our expert educators, helps children bring their authentic selves to learning, playing, and making friends – taking them on a journey they will remember for a lifetime. Together, we create a culture of care and respect for each other and the Earth through teamwork and big belly laughs. Come learn and play at Portland Audubon this summer!