2018 Summer Schedule
1. June 18-22 6. July 23-27
2. June 25-29 7. July 30-Aug 3
3. July 2-6** 8. August 6-10
4. July 9-13 9. August 13-7
5. July 16-20 10. August 20-24
**4 Day Week - No Go on 4th $250/Week
Sample Weekly Itinerary
Departure 9 AM Return 4 PM
Each week offers kids, 6 and older, a different combination of FUN outdoor activities, but every week, all campers will have the opportunity to learn valuable skills and gain a sense of their niche in the environment through experiencing the sheer joy of being in and learning about the natural world. At Discover Virginia, small groups of campers are guided by a team of experienced, professional leaders, through a variety of interesting, valuable, and FUN outdoor activities.
MONDAY – Kayaking & Crabbing at First Landing State Park We start the week at First Landing State Park (the “Narrows”) with KAYAKING and crabbing and seine netting. Then we move to the Shore Drive side of the park for a picnic lunch followed by a visit to the Visitor’s Center and a short hike through the forest. We will end the day swimming in the bay.
WEDNESDAY– False Cape State Park & Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge Wednesday mornings will start with a ride into remote False Cape State Park, followed by a “discovery tour” of the park, its beaches, the beautiful dunes and Back Bay. We will have a picnic in the Park, followed by a hands on examination of the “rebounding” life in Back Bay itself. We finish the day with another short swim, just to cool (and “wash”) off.
THURSDAY - West Neck Creek & Northwest River Park – We head down into “Old Princess Anne County” and travel to West Neck Creek. We’ll kayak on the secluded creek and fish on its banks (always catch fish!). Then we head to Northwest River Park for a picnic and hike through the forest along the beautiful Northwest River.
FRIDAY – Knott’s Island and Mackay’s Island On Friday mornings we will head all the way down to Knott’s Island for some peach or apple picking, followed by a visit to some secret spots on Mackay’s Island. We will picnic on the banks of the North Landing River, followed by blueberry (and blackberries if we are lucky) picking.
BAD WEATHER – We improvise! We must reserve the right to substitute and rearrange activities. Pictures are posted on our Web Site at: http://discoverva.com , so you can view, review and share with your friends all year! We sincerely thank you for helping to make DVA successful. If you haven’t registered, REMEMBER, THERE IS STILL TIME! Always, please feel free to contact us at any time with your questions and don’t forget you can register from our Web Site at: http://discoverva.com or by mail. You can reach us by phone at: 721 9668 (phone and FAX) or Email (firstname.lastname@example.org) Register Now!