Summer Camp at Connecticut Audubon Society's Center at Fairfield
The Connecticut Audubon Society’s summer camp at the Center at Fairfield is a state licensed summer camp, offering both full and half-day sessions in a unique learning environment. Campers, ages 4 through 14, attend week-long, science and nature-themed programs that use the Larsen Wildlife Sanctuary and the Center’s interactive classroom facilities to inspire and build a life-long connection to the natural world. Campers explore woods, ponds and streams to investigate nature’s riddles, learn about habitats, develop outdoor skills and meet live animals.
Sessions offering advanced inquiry and hands-on experimentation, and two weeks with travel day camps, are available to students who have completed grades 6-8. Students, ages 14-18, can apply for half-day or full-day Junior Counselor volunteer positions.
All camp programs are led by teacher-naturalist and college-educated staff with experience in education and/or science. First aid, CPR and Epi-Pen trained staff are on site, and our high staff-to-camper ratio ensures all campers a safe, educational and enjoyable camp experience. Options include before care, as well as lunch bunch for half-day sessions.