Kreher Preserve & Nature Center Announces Spring, Summer Camps

Spring at Auburn’s Kreher Preserve and Nature Center is full of flowers, new life and great resources and events for the community.



Kreher Preserve & Nature Center announced Jan. 9 that registration for its spring and summer camps is now open.

These camps are extremely popular, selling over 200 spots on opening day last year.

Spring Break Camp – for both Auburn and Opelika city schools. Three-day all-day camp, March 6 to 8 and 20 to 22, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., for first through sixth graders.

Summer Ecology Camp – Five-day half-day camp, all five weeks in June, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., for upcoming first through seventh graders. Each week is a different age group, with two of the weeks accommodating all ages.

Woodland Wonders Summer Camp – Five-day half-day camp for preschool through kindergarten, 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Includes four weeks in June and three weeks in July — see website for specific dates. Each of the seven weeks has a different theme and unique lessons and activities.

Adventure Camp – Three-day, two-night overnight camp for upcoming sixth through eighth graders. For Adventure Camp 2023, campers will stay at the Solon Dixon Center in Andalusia and visit natural and historic sites around south Alabama.


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