Rockwood Students Go 'BablerWILD' in Wildwood
Summer camp in Wildwood for some Rockwood School District area students is naturally wild and extreme.
Youngsters who are exploring nature this summer through Rockwood Community Education’s BablerWILD programs at Babler Memorial State Park in Wildwood are having an Extreme Outdoors Adventure Week by participating in archery and fishing, according to Rockwood sources.
Heather Stewart, BablerWiLD camps' manager, encourages participants to jump in and learn about nature firsthand through daily exploration and discovery.
“Fun and unique activities help promote creativity, curiosity, physical activity and hands-on learning,” said Stewart. “In addition to enjoying the outdoors, participants get to make new friends, practice responsibility, build self-confidence and develop new leadership skills.”
View summer opportunities available through the Rockwood Community Education website.
These camps are designed for children within the ages of prekindergarten through sixth grade. There are still some half-day and weeklong options next month. Campers in the weeklong sessions are offered swimming opportunities at a Rockwood school twice each week. Some options for transportation are available to and from BablerWiLD Summer Day Camp.