New Aquatic Science Adventure Camp 2016

aquatic adventure summer camps


For over 25 years, the Aquatic Science Adventure Camp at Texas State University has been the premiere summer science camp in Central Texas. Thousands of young people from all over the United States have experienced the fun and excitement of camp activities such as:

  • Scuba Diving
  • Aquatic Chemistry and Biology Lab
  • Cave Exploration
  • Learn the Basics of Water Quality
  • Stream Sampling
  • Ropes Course
  • River Rafting
  • Fun Crafts and Games

And Much More!!

6 Day (Sunday-Friday) Aquatic Adventure Camp  $700.00

This is a 6 day resident camp with sessions available for age groups 9-11, 11-13, and 13-15.  Campers learn about water resources and have opportunities to enjoy nature in the beautiful Central Texas Hill Country. This camp is designed to introduce campers to the amazing world of aquatic science through a holistic, inquiry-based learning environment.  Campers participate in hands-on learning activities in the lab and in the field facilitated by knowledgeable staff that are either active research scientists or science teachers.  Activities include sampling for aquatic invertebrates and plankton, a water chemistry lab, a cave tour to demonstrate how caves are formed, a glass bottom boat tour over Spring Lake, a snorkel scavenger hunt, star gazing, and much more!  Other activities include fishing, ropes course, swimming, river rafting, and an introductory scuba lesson.

2 Day Mini Camp  $150.00

The mini camp is a two-day, intensive camp that emphasizes scientific discovery and hands-on learning.  Campers will participate in a variety of educational activities including microscopy, water chemistry, collection and identification of aquatic invertebrates, and a glass-bottom boat tour over the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake.  Campers will also have the opportunity to partake in a scuba lesson.  Camp sessions run from 8-5 each day, participants should bring a sack lunch, overnight accommodations are not provided.



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

AQUATIC CAMP MAILING ADDRESS:

Edwards Aquifer Reseach & Data Center 
   Aquatic Camps 
248 Freeman Bldg 
601 University Dr. 
San Marcos, Tx. 78666 

Teachers Needed

Teachers are needed to assist with the camp. Teachers receive 20 hours of Continuing Professional Education credit, Texas Environmental Education Advisory Committee Credit (TEEAC) and Gifted and Talented Credit. Plus a $400.00 stipend. Click here to find out more 


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