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Location: Drop off/Pick up at Coolidge Park 

*Transportation to trail systems is provided!

Dates: June 3 - 7; June 10 - 14; June 17 - 21

Time: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Cost: $400

*Campers will receive a Squeaky Boots Summer Camp t-shirt, a copy of Woodland Walks by Squeaky Boots LLC, a Leave No Trace ethics card, a Squeaky Boots sticker, and daily snacks.

Camp for Ages 8 - 12

Explore a new trail system each day as we learn about the ecosystems in our region, and practice mindfully engaging with our world!


Location: Drop off/Pick up at Enterprise South Nature Park

Dates: June 24 - 28

Time: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Cost: $245

*Camper will receive a Squeaky Boots Summer Camp t-shirt, a Squeaky Boots sticker, and daily snacks.  

Camp for Ages 5 - 7 

Learn to adventure confidently as we get curious about what is around us! Together we will explore local flora and fauna and learn more about our relationship with nature!

Registration Information

  • Registration opens on February 1st, 2024, with payment due upon registration.

  • 50% refundable before May 1st. 

  • Non-refundable after May 1st.

  • Payment plans are available upon request.

  • If capacity is full for each camp, please add your information to our waitlist form.

  • If you need to change sessions, please let us know as soon as possible, and we will do our best to accommodate you; however, there are no guarantees that this will be possible.

  • If you have any questions, email us at

What Makes Squeaky Boots Summer Camp Special?

Our Directors have designed a curriculum that uses a teaching model developed by the Harvard School of Education, "Making Thinking Visible (MTV). MTV  is implemented in our program in a way that is meant to engage and promote independent thinking and encourage mindfulness and a sense of purpose in their exploration. 


Haleigh Worth

Camp Director

Camps are fully operated by our enthusiastic directors,  Haleigh and Sierra. Due to our small Camper to Director ratio of 6:1, each child will receive more individual attention, more feedback from the directors, and more opportunity to learn from their peers. 


Sierra Findley

Camp Director

Our youth adventures aim to educate the next generation of outdoor enthusiasts by providing a safe and exciting environment for children to explore the natural world. We strive to help them learn how to respect and take responsibility for the environment, foster teamwork and leadership, and grow in confidence while exploring the great outdoors. Our goal is to inspire a lifelong passion for nature and adventure.

Child hiking
  • Gain knowledge through guided exploration.

  • Practice and learn safe body mechanics for hiking and backpacking.

  • Explore outdoor gear and understand how to use different items.


  • Participate in daily hiking excursions.

  • Learn navigational skills.

  • Explore native species.

  • Venture into the world of backpacking.



  • Connect to nature through daily journaling and artistic practices. 


Collecting Garbage in Park
  • Build friendships with other like-minded children.

  • Become stewards of our trails.


“In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.”

John Muir

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