Thursday, March 12, 2015

Check Out These Kayaking Camps For Kids!

Each year, Chincoteague Bay Field Station (CBFS) holds summer camps for beginner and intermediate kayakers, ages 13-18, on Wallops Island, VA. In addition to gaining experience in kayaking, campers learn about the diverse barrier island ecosystems in addition to local history!

CBFS was one of the ACA's Club-Fostered Stewardship Grant recipients last year. The non-profit organization specializes in marine science and outdoor education.

Beginner's Kayaking Camp (ages 13-18)

July 12-17
See the shore from a new perspective! Paddle through areas only accessible by kayak and visit our salt marshes, secluded beaches, and more during this week-long adventure. We will cover proper paddling instruction and nautical skills, so this course is perfect for beginners!

Tuition: $715 (includes instruction, meals, lodging & materials)

Intermediate Kayaking Camp (ages 13-18) 
July 19-24
Embark on a week of kayaking that will put you up close and personal with the diverse ecology that the Atlantic coastal shore has to offer, including flora and fauna of the salt marshes, brackish bays, cypress swamps, and secluded beaches. This camp is for the more advanced kayaker. If you have been kayaking before and are comfortable spending the day in a kayak then this camp is perfect for you!

Tuition: $715 (includes instruction, meals, lodging, & materials)

Click here for more information about these great experiential learning camps for kids.

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