July 9-11 , 2019
9:00 am to 4:00 pm (time for exploring the area afterwards)
Age: 12 to 16* Limited to 10 children accompanied by a parent, grandparent or legal guardian
Cost is $225 per child / adult pair
Designed for budding paleontologists age 12 – 16, this camp focuses on the how to become a paleontologist through activities and field work. Limited to 10 budding paleontologists. Call 812-283-4999 to reserve your space. This camp fills up every year!
2018 participants were from Wisconsin, California, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Ohio.
Participants will experience the life of a paleontologist – everything from field collecting and cleaning fossils to studying and photographing fossils to writing in a field note book throughout the camp. During field collecting, participants will be able to keep what they find.
*Because of the depth of this camp, participants must meet these criteria:
1) Children are between 12 – 16 years old as of July 1.
2) Parent, grandparent or legal guardian will agree to actively participate with the child for the duration of the camp.
3) Child must have a interest in fossils for at least 2 years prior to this camp.
4) Prefer that child has a career goal in paleontology and/or has their own fossil collection.
Priority will be given to first-time participants. Limit to 10 child / adult pairs. As you might gather, this “career camp” is not geared for those without a serious interest in fossils!
Children will be accepted only with actively engaged adults.
How to Register
Sponsored by The Falls of the Ohio Foundation, to register, e-mail email@example.com or call (812) 283-4999.