Seasonal Camps

Spring Break Camp

Ages 6 to 12

Vancouver North VANCOUVER

9AM to 3PM

The 5-day camp explores the natural world and deepens our connection with it in small group adventures (7 kids per mentor). Using city parks as our venue, we explore edible and medicinal plants, mammals and wildlife tracking, survival skills, and wildcrafting, gaining valuable skills while having a blast!

Program Highlights 

  • Curiosity-led exploration outdoors with learning opportunities introduced naturally
  • Nature-based games, stories, projects, and challenges to inspire connection to place related to the daily curriculum theme 
  • Mentoring delivered by experienced instructors to support students developing problem-solving skills, self-sufficiency, and a deeper level of learning
  • High adult to student ratio (1:8) and primarily small group adventures
  • Emphasis on emotional awareness, compassion, and gratitude

Program Details

2023 DATES:

March 13 – 17

$315 + tax

2023 DATES:

March 13 – 17

$330 + tax

2023 DATES:

March 20 – 24

$315 + tax



What Families are Saying

“OMG!! They LOVE spring break camp – each day they both rave about how this is the BEST camp EVER, as does their cousin. Thank you all for making this week so memorable and such a great learning experience.” – Felicia, Spring Break Camp Parent

“My son loved the spring break camp, as he loves everything else at Soaring Eagle Nature School (SENS). My kids have done lots of camps with SENS, as well as weekly and monthly programs since 2015. SENS is a perfect blend of active and serene, physical and mental, group and individual. The kids come home excited, inspired, and very muddy. It’s all great.” – Amanda, Spring Break Camp Parent

“I want to take a moment to say how much my kids loved the spring break nature camp in North Vancouver. Your program provides an experience and connection to nature that has become really important to them over the course of the year, shaping what they do with their free time and how they understand the world. So thank you!” – Alix, Spring Break Camp Parent