Have fun in a week-long adventure while you connect with nature, engage in hands-on STEM, make friends, and discover intriguing STEM careers.
When you join our camp, you get:
- A fun outdoor STEM and nature camp close to your home.
- Activities that match your school standards.
- Lots of attention with an 8:1 ratio of adults to campers, led by caring facilitators.
- A daily snack and a cool camp T-shirt, all covered in the camp fee.
- Engaging activities like service learning, STEM experiments, art, nature exploration, and more!
Open to students entering either K-5th or 6th-10th grades in the fall.
All summer camps occur at Moore Road Farm, 8407 Moore Rd, Indianapolis.
All camps are Monday – Thursday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.
The fee for each camper is $250 per week.
Sibling and FRL Discounts are available.
June 10-13 – STEM Future Leaders Camp (participants in 6th-10th grades) – Come discover the STEM leader in you! Join us for opportunities for hands-on STEM content and career exploration, service-learning, and leadership development.
June 17-20 – All about Bugs Camp – Bugs are everywhere…and we need them to be! Join us to learn about beneficial bugs that help humans survive and how you can help protect them.
July 8-11 – Animals in Wild Camp – Wild animals live all around us! Join us to explore habitats, practice how to be a nature caretaker, and more as you learn about the animals that live in Indiana.
July 15-18 – What’s the Matter? (Girls-Only) – Matter is found on Earth in three common forms: solids, liquids, and gases. Join us to investigate the properties of matter and experiment with the interesting and exciting things that can happen when different kinds of matter are mixed together!
July 22-25 – What’s the Matter? – Matter is found on Earth in three common forms: solids, liquids, and gases. Join us to investigate the properties of matter and experiment with the interesting and exciting things that can happen when different kinds of matter are mixed together!
July 29-Aug 1 – Pollinator Power – Pollinators are animals that move pollen from one part of a flower to another part of a flower. Pollination is important for the survival of many animals including humans. Join us to learn all about different types of pollinators and how to protect them and the important work they do!