Treks 4 Tots Summer Camp

Treks 4 Tots is an environmental day camp for ages 4-5 offered by the full or half day.

To reach the Camp Director while camp is in session, please call 603-812-9425.

Ages: 4-5

Dates: Weekly sessions from June 21-August 27, 2021

Time: 9am-3pm or 9am-noon; drop-off begins at 8:30am

Full Week/Full-Day Cost: $325 member/$350 non-member

Full Week/Half-Day Cost: $225 member/$250 non-member

Daily Full-Day Cost: $65 members, $70 non-members (session 1 only)

Daily Half-Day Cost: $45 members, $50 non-members (session 1 only)

You must have a family membership valid through your chosen camps dates to take advantage of the member rate.

Health and Safety Protocol for Summer 2021

Please read our Health & Safety Protocol for Environmental Day Camps, Summer 2021 for a detailed plan of the protocol and procedures followed for all youth programs in consideration of COVID-19. Be aware that there may be updates to our policies to ensure a safe environment as the community health crisis evolves or resolves. 

About Treks Camp

Treks camp programs are designed to stimulate your child’s curiosity about the natural world around them and inspire them to be caretakers of our Blue Planet. Exploration of the habitats of Odiorne Point State Park and Center’s live animal and interactive exhibits, games, crafts, stories and more combine for a full day of learning fun. Our dedicated counselors support inquiry-based learning and ensure a safe, enriching, personalized experience for each camper.

Weekly Themes

Session 1: June 21-25
Ocean Food Webs (available by the day or for the week)
From the Ocean’s surface to the deep sea, we’ll explore how the sun’s energy is passed from plants to animals in amazing ocean food webs. What are the largest ocean predators? How does our Gulf of Maine food web differ from that of a coral reef, or the chilly waters of the Arctic? Join us to learn the answers to these questions and more!

Session 2: June 28-July 2
Terrific Tide Pools!
Odiorne’s shore has hundreds of tide pools waiting to be explored. Get up close with crabs, sea stars, periwinkles and more! We’ll discover some of the amazing adaptations that these animals use to survive in an ever-changing coastal environment.

Session 3: July 5-9
Exploring Odiorne’s Habitats
This week we will visit many of the unique habitats of Odiorne Point State Park, from the salt marsh to the rocky shore. With fun games and scavenger hunts, we’ll get to know the plants and animals that live in these special places. Come explore the park and shoreline with us!

Session 4: July 12-16
Art in Nature
Every day this week will feature hands-on art projects inspired by the patterns and designs of the natural world around us. We’ll be visited by guest artists who will share their expertise and help us to create some pretty cool works of art to take home. Bring your imagination and get creative!

Session 5: July 19-23
Growing up Between the Tides
From the planktonic stage to adult, rocky shore creatures go through some pretty amazing changes as they grow up along the shore. We’ll take a close look and investigate the life cycle of these creatures, as we explore the stunning tide pools of the park.

Session 6: July 26-30
Working On and Under the Sea
Come learn about those that make their livelihood out on the ocean blue. We’ll hear stories of pirates, famous ocean explorers, and fisherman who spend months in search of the big catch. At the end of the week, come dressed up as a pirate, ocean scientist or fisherperson!

Session 7: August 2-8
Shoreline Science Fun!
Bring your curiosity with you as we head out into the intertidal zone. What do you observe here in this special habitat, and what questions do you have? We will design experiments and research we can do to find the answers to our questions. Collect scientific data, which we can share with scientists from around the world.  Come be a shoreline scientist!

Session 8: August 9-13
Whales, Dolphins, and Seals Oh My!
Explore the fascinating world of marine mammals with us. What traits do they share with us, and how can we help to ensure their long-term survival? Hear from a member of our Marine Mammal Rehab staff about the work they do, and learn what you can do to keep marine mammals safe, and their ocean home healthy.

Session 9: August 16-20
Rockin’ Out on the Rocky Shore
This week we will add something new to the mix of intertidal investigations- Geology! Come discover first hand some of the striking rock formations along the NH shoreline, and get hands-on with various rocks we find, such as basalt, granite and schist. We’ll also have plenty of time to spend tide pooling, searching for crabs, lobsters, sea stars, barnacles and more. Rock out. 

Session 10: August 23-27
Our Changing Planet
Learn about Earth’s amazing biodiversity – the variety of life. What can we do to help maintain the Earth’s biodiversity? What plants and animals are you most curious about? Share with your camp group your interests, and trek out into the Park on daily biodiversity scavenger hunts!


Become a Member

Members of the Center are entitled to reduced camp prices and early summer camp registration. Your family membership must be valid through your chosen camp dates to receive the discount. Click here to learn more about all the great member benefits, join, or renew your membership.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations that are made prior to two weeks before your child’s first day of camp begins will receive a 50% refund. No refunds will be given after that time.

Camp Fund

The Center has created a Camp Fund to offer financial assistance to those otherwise unable to attend. We encourage your support of this fund; please make a donation when you register or donate now. Your contributions are tax deductible.

Confirmation, Guidelines, and Medical Health Forms

You will receive a confirmation email for your registration.

Please download, the camp guidelines sheet and required permission forms and medical health formsThe physician’s health form (or child’s medical record sheet) requires your child’s physician’s signature. We must have a current, signed, completed health form two weeks prior to your child’s first day of camp or your child cannot attend. 

How to Register

To register online, click the button below. Then, choose among the sessions offered. If you would like to register over the phone, please email Henry Burke, Camp Director, at [email protected] Please include your phone number and the best time to reach you.

If the session you are trying to register for is FULL, please email Henry Burke, Camp Director, at [email protected] to be added to the wait list. 

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Contact Henry Burke at 603-436-8043, ext. 16 or [email protected].

Summer camp is also available for:

Grades K-5: Safari

Grades 6-8: Stewards

Marine Biology Camp for High School Students


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