Explore our seasonal camps for children ages 2 – 13 and let us immerse your young explorers in the incredible world of Phipps. Highlighting ecology, conservation, healthy living and art concepts through hands-on activities, each session includes nutritious snacks and take-home crafts. To learn even more, please call 412/441-4442, ext. 3925.

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Summer Camps

Little Sprouts

AGES 2 – 4
Mondays – Thursdays
$75 members  |  $80 nonmembers

These four-day programs for our youngest visitors explore fun topics including the five senses, pollinators and superhero bugs.

Summer Camps

Seedling Scientists

AGES 4 – 6
July 13 – 17 OR July 20 – 24  |  8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. 
$32 members  |  $35 nonmembers

Learn about the power of pollinators in this weeklong camp series. 

Summer Camps

Nature Investigators

AGES 6 – 8
Mondays – Fridays  |   8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
$345 members  |   $360 nonmembers

These full-day programs go into depth on pollination and the movement of nature through fun activites for a week of scientific discovery.

Summer Camps

Rockin' Researchers

AGES 8 – 10
Mondays – Fridays  |   8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
$345 members  |   $360 nonmembers

These full-day programs go into depth on scientific careers, pollinators and more through fun activities for a week of scientific discovery. 

Summer Camps

Cooking Expeditions

AGES 8 – 12
8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
$345 members  |  $360 nonmembers

Develop your kitchen skills and learn to cook unique new recipes. Hike through the park and do fun exercises to build your confidence and keep your body moving!

Summer Camps

Science Sleuths

AGES 9 – 13
Mondays – Fridays  |  8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
$345 members  |  $360 nonmembers

Dive into conservation science and use the scientific method to think critically. Then, conduct hands-on research and service projects and connect with scientists.

Sponsored in Part by the Commonwealth Charter Academy

Underwritten in Part by the Commonwealth Charter Academy

Select photos © Cory Doman, Paul g. Wiegman, Annie O'Neill