The Nature House is set up to familiarize campers
with local geology, astronomy, birds, animals and seashore life.
The Native Garden, in front of the Nature House provides
information on native plants and will hopefully allow you to identify some of the native flora around the camp.
The Nature House has: self-guided activities, specimens such as
shells, rocks, birds, animals, many reference books in the bookcase
(for use in the Nature House only, please), resource information
pamphlets and posters, a VCR, DVD and monitor with a few nature
videos and a carpeted seating area and a worktable for crafts or
nature study. You will find information on Compass Skills, Seashore guides,
Astronomy books, Tree identification, Weather posters and a
“Who Am I” game for Sparks and Brownies. The building is heated year round, so is quite cosy to visit on a cold winter day.
Girl greatness starts here!
Fun in the Nature Garden
Inside the Nature House