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CAMPS

BEACH CAMP AT SUNSET BAY Sunset Bay’s one-of-a-kind watersports marine science summer camp is the most fun on the water this side of Hawaii! With a half-acre wharf, miles of sandy beach, and instruction in almost every imaginable watersports activity, you’ll learn the fundamentals of sailing, kayaking, canoeing, stand-up paddle boarding, skim boarding, snorkeling, and more, all while learning what makes our saltwater marine ecosystem tick. Wetsuits and hot tubs keep everyone warm in any weather, and the program is tiered for all levels of experience and ability. Held at the Sunset Bay Wharf, 14725 Norma Beach Road, Edmonds. Directions at registration. Preview the fun at www.sunsetbay.com. Completed registration form must be returned to Edmonds Parks and Recreation office prior to first day of camp.

DAY CAMP (ENTERING GRADES 3-6)

DISCOVERY PROGRAMS CAMPS Meet at the Frances Anderson Center each day and walk to beaches or parks in Edmonds. All camps led by our Interpretive Specialist and Ranger Naturalists. Bring a healthy sack lunch and dress for the weather. 10% discount for siblings. Registration required. Medical information form required.

JUNIOR BEACH RANGERS I (AGES 6-7)

Discover Edmonds’ Marine Sanctuary with a Beach Ranger and learn about the creatures that live there through activities, games, and crafts. Learn how Beach Rangers keep animals and people safe while exploring tide pools and the Ranger Station. Get a Beach Ranger badge at the end of the week! ◆ 6476 7/9-7/12 M-Th 10am-2pm *$120/$133

JUNIOR BEACH RANGERS II (AGES 8-10)

Discover Edmonds’ Marine Sanctuary with a Beach Ranger and learn about the creatures that live there through activities, games, and crafts. Learn how Beach Rangers interpret tides, marine animals, seaweed, seabirds, and learn some techniques of marine biologists. Campers will be awarded a Beach Ranger badge at the end of the week. ◆ 6477 7/23-7/27 M-F 10am-3pm *$189/$207

◆ 6459 7/9-7/13 M-F 9:30am-4:30pm $450 ◆ 6460 7/16-7/20 M-F 9:30am-4:30pm $450 ◆ 6461 7/23-7/27 M-F 9:30am-4:30pm $450 ◆ 6462 7/30-8/3 M-F 9:30am-4:30pm $450 ◆ 6463 8/6-8/10 M-F 9:30am-4:30pm $450 ◆ 6464 8/13-8/17 M-F 9:30am-4:30pm $450 ◆ 6465 8/20-8/24 M-F 9:30am-4:30pm $450 ◆ 6466 8/27-8/31 M-F 9:30am-4:30pm $450

OVERNIGHT CAMP (ENTERING GRADES 3-11)

With our long summer days, and beautiful evenings, Beach Camp’s sleepover program adds a huge amount of instruction, adventure, and friendship time, as well unique experiences such as bioluminescent snorkeling, sunset paddle boarding, and beach campfires. This camp is perfect for kids who have commitments on the weekends, as well as for younger kids looking to ease their way into the sleepaway camp experience. Accommodations include 3 daily meals plus snacks in our modern boys and girls cabins and cabanas with inside bathrooms. An overnight week at Beach Camp is an incredible experience! ◆ 6467 7/9-7/13 M-F $895 ◆ 6468 7/16-7/20 M-F $895 ◆ 6469 7/23-7/27 M-F $895 ◆ 6470 7/30-8/3 M-F $895 ◆ 6471 8/6-8/10 M-F $895 ◆ 6472 8/13-8/17 M-F $895 ◆ 6473 8/20-8/24 M-F $895 ◆ 6474 8/27-8/31 M-F $895

JUNIOR NATURALISTS (AGES 9-12)

Learn the techniques that professional naturalists use: animal tracking, nature journaling, bird identification, stream and wetland investigations, and more. Use scientific tools while exploring the forest, marsh, and intertidal habitats of Edmonds. ◆ 6478 8/6-8/10 M-F 10am-3pm *$189/$207

NATURE EXPLORERS (AGES 6-8)

Explore the wild side of Edmonds forests, parks, and beaches. Learn how to use the tools of plant and wildlife biologists to identify and understand the natural environment around us. Games and crafts add extra fun to this camp with a new nature theme each day! ◆ 6479 8/20-8/24 M-F 10am-2pm *$151/$166

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Profile for Parks & Rec: Edmonds & Mountlake Terrace

2018 Craze May-August  

A collaborative Parks and Recreation publication by the cities of Edmonds and Mountlake Terrace.

2018 Craze May-August  

A collaborative Parks and Recreation publication by the cities of Edmonds and Mountlake Terrace.