Camp Discovery is a four-day, day-only, science camp for students entering grades 1-3. Campers are engaged in fun learning activities and outdoor recreation Monday – Thursday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. They are bussed to the Montana Learning Center from a Helena location. Campers experience exciting science adventures while enjoying our beautiful lakeside environment on Canyon Ferry Lake.
The cost of the camp is $350 for the four days. This includes transportation to and from the center, lunch, snacks and all camp-related materials.
2021 Camp Dates & Adventures:
June 21st – 24th – Young Astronaut Training – Enrollment Filled
June 28th – July 1st – Water Wonders – Enrollment Filled
July 12th – 15th – Water Wonders – Enrollment Filled
July 19th – 22nd – Nature Makers – Enrollment Filled
July 26th – 29th – Water Wonders – Enrollment Filled
August 2nd – 5th – Nature Makers
August 9th – 12th – Young Astronaut Training – Enrollment Filled
Hands on learning using science and nature
Young Astronaut Training
Plan a visit to outer space.
In this camp, campers will have the opportunity to train for an outer space mission! campers will choose roles for their space journey and work together on engineering projects, preparing them for a simulated journey to Mars! We will collect samples and return home to base to analyze what we found on our planetary journey!
Canyon Ferry Lake is the perfect location to experience the wonders of water.
This camp will focus on the power of water and all of its magic. Campers will interact with water to build, play and create while learning the vital role water plays on Earth. Students will learn about science and engineering by building bridges, diverting waterways in watershed models and experimenting with water cycles. They will discover some of the residents of the lake itself, both big and small.
Plan to have fun and learn all about water this summer.
Come create crafts and more from nature.
Campers will use natural materials they find around beautiful Canyon Ferry Lake in a variety of creative projects. Students will identify rocks, plants and more from their surroundings to use as tools and materials to create all natural, hand-made crafts. Creations and field identification tools will go home with campers, so they can continue their adventures!
“This was my boys’ first year at MLC…both boys had a wonderful time at camp…with many great experiences and amazing opportunities. Both boys give this camp two thumbs up and say it is a MUST for all youth ! Thank you to all of you who were an integral part of this experience for my children and best of wishes in the future! The boys will be returning next year.”