Outdoor Education

Einstein & Beaker

February 21-24, 2017 &  
March 14-17, 2017

For registration information & forms, please click here to navigate to that page.

This unique program hosts schools from the Florida Conference to come take part in our all-inclusive Outdoor Education program for their students at camp. 

Our theme this year is history-based and focuses on the Florida Cracker Cowboy and Florida's history. Our specialty classes are highly interactive and hands-on and will include:

  • Compass Course - Students will learn how to use a compass and then use the compass as their guide through a 6-part course
  • Cottage Crafts - This craft will involve students making their own candles
  • Florida Native Wild Plants - A walk through the swamp as students identify native plants of Florida and invasive plant species
  • Homemade Treats - Students will make their own ice cream and root beer
  • Levers & Torsion - A focus on physics using hands-on experiences with different types of levers and how to apply torsion
  • Native American Weaponry - Learn how to throw a tomahawk at a target
  • Panning for Gold - A look at the history of the gold rush, and students will actually be panning for gold in a sluice
  • Zoo & Nature Center - Take a closer look at identifying animal tracks

Activities that are "Camp Classics"

  • Go Carts
  • Horseback Riding
  • Rec. Time
  • Tower of Faith - Zipline and rock climbing

To view other events, click here for all of our programs

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23400 NW 212 Ave. | High Springs, FL 32643

Phone: 386.454.1351

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