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EARDC Aquatic Science Adventure Camp

Celebrating 30 Years of Adventure and Discovery!

EARDC aquatic science adventure camp

 

The Aquatic Science Adventure Camp is one of the longest-running science summer camps in Texas. Since 1988, the Edwards Aquifer Research and Data Center at Texas State University in San Marcos has hosted thousands of campers from across the country to come experience the wonder of discovery and the thrill of adventure! During this week-long camp, campers will have the chance to learn through exploration and hands-on activities related to water and the environment. We believe in the power of experiential learning and self-directed discovery. Whether it’s on a bug hunt in the creek, getting dirty in a cave, or reaching the top of the ropes course, all our activities are understanding of the world around them. Our goal is for campers to have the chance to experience what real scientists do for a living and learn in a university environment using professional-grade equipment. Our motto is “Real Science, Real Fun!” for a reason! (click here for camp sessions)

See what parents of have to say about the Aquatic Science Adventure Camp:

“This is by far my son’s favorite camp! Excellent mix of science and outdoor adventure.”

“My daughter said this was the most awesome camp she has ever been to!”

“Camp was awesome! Braydon loved it! Thank you for making it such a great experience!!!”

“Highly recommended for kids who are interested in science or marine biology. They do an excellent job!”

We invite you to check out our website to see more about the camp and all the fun and exciting activities we have planned for this year. If you have any questions about the camp or would like to talk more about our program, please call Education Director Aaron Swink at 512-245-3541 or email eardc_education@txstate.edu


We would like to thank the following camp sponsors:

EAA
Edwards Aquifer Authority
gbra
Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority
barton springs edwards district
Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District
heb
HEB