2022 Fall Break Camp
Out of Our New Location in Kihei
All Four Days OR Just One Day! Drop-in's Welcome!
Early bird discount of 20% Off
when booking by 9/16/22.
Use code: EARLY_BIRD_CAMPER
Interested in Applying for Camp Tuition Assistance?
Submit an Application, and we will determine if we can help.
• We have a Zero Tolerance Policy for disrespectful or bullying behavior. We reserve the right to remove a camper who is not a fit for our camp culture of kindness and curiosity.
• We have a No Refund policy, however, if there is a wait list and we can fill your spot, we may be able to provide a partial refund amount. Any cancellation within seven days of a camp start date, there will incur a $100 cancellation fee.
2022 Summer Camps
Week Long Sessions out of our New Location in Kihei
All Camps include Hands-on Science, Creative Arts, Outdoor Exploration, Digital Storytelling, Games & FUN!
Typical Camp Schedule
Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
M, W, F in Learning Endeavors & Nearby Outdoors
Tuesdays & Thursdays - Field Trip Adventures*
Each camp session culminates in a special performance for family and friends on Fridays at 2:30PM.
*See Camp Details for Locations - Young GeoExplorers do shorter nearby walkabouts; Adventure Campers have longer excursions.
Click on REGISTER & then INFO to view Individual Session Details
For Kids Ages 8-14
June 6 - 10: Under the Sea
Investigate our Pacific Ocean in celebration of World Ocean Day on June 8! Explore the tide pools at low tide. Build a model of a coral reef and design stop motion animation movies of marine life adventures undersea! The final day will culminate in a special performance for family and friends on Friday at 2:30 PM.
**Day 2 adventure to Maui Ocean Center** (Cost of admission included in camp tuition.)
July 18 - 22: Water Summit to Sea
We will explore streams, wetlands, and ponds nearby, test for water quality, and observe native wildlife that inhabits the area. We'll produce video stories about the rare endangered species and the champions for wetland & watershed protection on Maui. The final day will culminate in a special performance for family and friends on Friday at 2:30 PM.
**Day 2 adventure to Iao Valley and the Wailuku River** (Bus transportation cost is included in camp tuition.)
For Kids Age 5-10
June 13 - 17: Bugs Bonanza
Investigate the magic of creepy crawlers and their habitats. We will collect insects, create a terrarium, use our microscopes, and more! Campers create a series of art projects and investigate the importance of biodiversity in the tiny world of insects. The final day will culminate in a special performance for family and friends on Friday at 2:30 PM.
June 27 - July 1: Wonder of Wings
Campers wonder about native, migratory and invasive birds in their many different ecological habitats around the islands - including our own backyard! We will become bird detectives, studying their songs online, exploring nearby areas, and designing models of birds out of clay and other materials. How do they fly? We’ll find out! The final day will culminate in a special performance for family and friends on Friday at 2:30 PM.
July 25 - 29: Traveling Turtles
Discover the majesty of the sea turtles that call Hawai’i home as we explore their life cycle, traveling adventures, nesting behaviors & more! Campers will get to visit one place they love to rest - the beach! Using digital maps, we’ll track how far they swim and learn what scientists are discovering about these creatures. The final day will culminate in a special performance for family and friends on Friday at 2:30 PM.
Moloka'i Spring Break Camp
Coastal Wetlands Camp
Native Wildlife on Our Shores
Campers explore the coastal wetlands of Maui on the North and South shores. They participate in a GPS treasure hunt and use Citizen Science Tablet Apps to submit wildlife data.
Campers conduct science experiments on wetland filtration, participate in a bird monitoring project, and investigate insects and more under the microscope. They build 3D models of native and non-native wetland species.
Locations include Kanahā Beach Park and Kealia Ponds National Wildlife Refuge.
Tidal Zone Treasures
Campers explore the intertidal zone and a traditional native Hawaiian fish pond on the shores of North Kihei and visit the Maui Ocean Center.
They use the digital microscope to investigate marine creatures, coral and sand. Students create stop motion animation movies about the intertidal zone.
Our camps offer unique opportunities for field-based learning that help campers build meaningful connections with nature and new friends.