Fall 2019 Adventure Camps

Below offers a detailed description for camps offered this fall. For a general overview of this program, visit our main Adventure Camp page.

Pre-Registration Required

All participants must pre-register for each session. Pre-register online, by phone at 785-587-2726 or in person at the Flint Hills Discovery Center. Registration is now open.

Before You Begin Your Adventure

  • Complete emergency release and permission forms and return them to the FHDC Education Department on or before your first program of the season. Click here to download forms.
  • All parents should read the Adventure Camp Parent Handbook prior to dropping their child off at camp. Parents failing to follow the rules and regulations outlined in this handbook may result in a child’s removal from camp.

Camp Locations

During the school year, Adventure Camps are offered at both the Flint Hills Discovery Center and Sunset Zoo. The grade of the child participating determines the camp location.

 Grade  Dates  Camp Location
Grades K-2 Sept. 27 through Dec. 23 FHDC
  Dec. 26 through Jan. 20 Sunset Zoo*
Grades 3-6 Sept. 27 through Dec. 23 Sunset Zoo*
  Dec. 26 through Jan. 20 FHDC
* To register for camps at Sunset Zoo, visit SunsetZoo.com

School Year Pricing

 Session  FHDC Member Fee  Non-Member Fee
 Full Day, 7:30 AM-5:30 PM $22 $25
 Half Day, 7:30 AM-12:15 PM $13 $15

NEW School Year Pricing for 2020

 Session  FHDC Member Fee  Non-Member Fee
 Full Day, 7:30 AM-5:30 PM  $24  $28
 Half Day, 7:30 AM-5:30 PM  $16  $18

Camps for Grades 3-6 at Flint Hills Discovery Center

Date Class Description
January 2 Microscopic Me                                Discover your very own ecosystem! You are covered with creatures inside and out. Let's take a close up look at what types of living things are depending on you and your body!
January 3 Sherlock Bones Let's solve the mystery of what's under your skin! Join us in a day full of skeletal discovery.
January 20 What Are You Made Of? Pumps and gears and guts and blood, you are full of fascinating systems of mechanical wonder. Take a look inside a bone, a muscle, and dissect a worm. We'll discover what's inside!