School Break Camps and Nature Weeks

School Break Camps and Nature Weeks at Blue Heron are the ideal opportunity for your child to experience the wonders of nature and stay active during school breaks.

Our programs focus on outdoor experiences and give children time to play and learn through individual and group exploration. Blue Heron instructors are expert naturalists who understand the value of providing children unstructured exploration time.

Fall Break Camp 2018

Please register your child for either our Little Blue Herons or Great Blue Herons group according to their age.

Registration ends October 5th at 11pm.

If you have questions about our camps or nature experiences for children, please contact Amy Zvonar, Education Director, at or 404-946-6394 ext. 1. 

Little Blue Herons

For ages 2 - 4

Half Day: 9:00am - 12pm, $45/day
Half-Day with Lunch Bunch (bring a sack lunch): 9:00am - 1pm,

Please note that early drop-off is not available for our Little Blue Herons group.

Little Blue Herons is a sensory based outdoor experience for young children. We will spend time playing in our Children's Garden, walking in the woods, digging in the sand, and learning how to play in nature.

There will be 1 BHNP Environmental Educator for every 4 children. Minimum of 2 instructors will always be present.

Great Blue Herons

For ages 5-13

Half-Day: 9:00am - 12pm, $45/day
Half-Day with Lunch Bunch (bring a sack lunch): 9:00am - 1pm, $50/day
Full-Day: 9:00 AM - 4 PM  (bring a sack lunch), $90/day

4 year olds allowed with permission but they are only allowed to attend for half-day and/or half-day with Lunch Bunch.

Please note that Full-Day is open to ages 5 and up only. 
Extended Hours for Great Blue Herons: 
Early Drop Off: 8:30 am and Late Pick Up: 4:30 pm,
$30 each/$50 both to use for all 2018 School Break Camps or $5/drop off. 

Great Blue Herons provides hands-on activities and outdoor exploration time for campers. We spend most of our time outside learning from nature. Children will learn to interact safely with nature; turning over rocks and logs, climbing downed trees, skipping rocks in our creek, and catching butterflies and insects in nets. Every day offers a new opportunity to discover the fascinating world of nature.  

There will be 2 BHNP Environmental Educators for every 14 children.