Environmental Institute Adventure Camps

Environmental Institute Adventure Camps

Science + Outdoor Recreation = One Memorable Experience of Science Adventures! These overnight adventure camps will have opportunities to participate in outdoor recreation activities that are common to the area each day ranging from biking to hiking to camping. The experiential education focus of Expedition Camps will surely allow campers to learn about the natural world and acquire outdoor skills while having fun!

Transportation Options Include: Traveling with us from EUREKA! to the camp and back OR Meeting us for camper drop off & pick up at camp location

Desert Hydrology

December 29-January 4

Ages: 7-12th Grade

Did you know the Colorado River is the most dammed waterway in North America? During this environmental stewardship & leadership themed camp, follow the Colorado River from Grand Junction to the Grand Canyon to learn about hydrological damming, the history of the Navajo Nation, and the science of how flowing water can drastically change environments. This adventure based camp will include hiking within slot canyons of Utah as well as within the Grand Canyon, trips to the Glen Canyon Dam, Lake Powell and the Navajo Nation located near Tuba City.


Here is a sneak peak of previous adventure camps!