BRISTOL- The Indian Rock Preserve on Route 69 in Bristol, CT will open its doors for prospective summer campers on May 3rd Indian Rock has to offer during the upcoming Summer Camp season.
Visitors will experience a hayride that will stop at Indian Rock’s programmatic areas and buildings where staff will provide an informal tour. Included will be: the Orchard House, Pebble House, Fuller F. Barnes Education Center, traditional Native American Wigwams, Indian Rock’s two swimming areas, the archery station, with an archery demonstration, and the farm: complete with sheep, a cow, chickens, turkeys, a rabbit and a pig. Seasoned camp staff and counselors will be available to answer questions about each session and a camp registration table will be open as well.
Indian Rock Preserve, owned and operated by the Environmental Learning Centers of Connecticut, is the perfect place for summer fun and learning. Summer day camp is held for children entering Kindergarten through 12th crafts, Native American living, farm life, nature studies, animal husbandry and much more. There are weekly sessions throughout the summer that run from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Before and after care are available for parents who need it.
The facilities provide the optimum combination of the modern versus the rustic. With a state-of-the art education center with meeting rooms and laboratories to traditional Native American wigwams and a lakeside cabin called the Pebble House. Indian Rock Nature Preserve can accommodate a wide range of activities.
A 10% discount will be offered to those who register before June 1st.
For more information or to receive a summer camp brochure, please call 860-583-1234.