The Fraser River Discovery Centre’s health and safety protocols comply with the latest health orders and restrictions from the BC Health Authority.
Spend your summer learning and playing at the Fraser River Discovery Centre!
Registration for 2020 Summer Camps is now closed. Thank you for your interest!
- FRDC Members receive 15% off!
- Book more than one and get the second / third / fourth 15% off!
- Camps are for Grades K-5
- Camps are from 9:00am to 3:30pm through Monday to Friday
- Pre- and post-care is from 8:30am-9:00am and 3:30pm-4:30pm, respectively, and costs $30 (for pre- and/or post-care)
- Campers are confirmed 2 weeks in advance
- Payment must be paid in full at the time of registration
- CLICK HERE to register!
SUMMER CAMP THEMES:
Spectacular Salmon – Camp 1 (July 20-24)
Salmon play an important ecological, economic & cultural role in the Fraser River and this camp celebrates every aspect of their life! Through activities, games and more, campers will learn about a salmon’s habitat, lifecycle, and what it takes for them to survive in the dangers of the open ocean.
Voyageur Adventure – Camp 2 (July 27-31)
Grab your canoes and head west! This camp will take our young explorers on a journey through history as they make their way across Canada from Montreal to the Pacific, following in the footsteps of Simon Fraser and his fellow voyageurs. Will you strike gold and get rich, earn an honest living on the railroad, or make your fortune in the fur trade? Join this camp to find out!
Wonders of the Watershed – Camp 3 (August 10-14)
This exciting camp is all about the Fraser River Watershed and the plants, animals and geography that make it unique! Campers will explore food webs, ecosystems, native plants and more through fun games and hands on activities!
Science of the Fraser – Camp 4 (August 17-21)
Why is the Fraser River brown? Why do salmon have teeth on their tongues? What kind of creatures live at the bottom of the river? Science of the Fraser is the perfect camp for any budding young scientists who wants to explore the mysterious underwater world of BC’s longest river.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604.521.8401 ext. 108.