Brownsburg Parks is dedicated to providing a safe, hands-on learning experience for our Tiny Trekkers as they build relationships, celebrate accomplishments and develop a sense of belonging. The adventure starts here! Register your child online today.
Tiny Trekkers camp is the perfect opportunity for little ones to enjoy hands-on learning activities that help them to gain independence and confidence, improve their problem solving and social skills, and enhance their fine motor and gross motor skills in a safe environment, all while having fun!
Who: Ages 3-5, MUST be toilet trained to participate.
When: Monday-Friday 8 am- noon
Where: Cardinal Elementary School, 3590 Hornaday Road, Door J
Cost: Weekly Fee: $90, Daily Fee: $20
Week 1 (June 1-5)
Theme: Barnyard Palooza
Come join us for this “oink-errific” week as we learn all about different farm animals and take an imaginary trip to the farm. Campers will participate in farm-themed STEM activities and games, and put on a play pretending to be different farm animals. Your little one won’t want to miss out on this opportunity!
Week 2 (June 8-12)
Theme: A Pirate’s Life for Me!
Ahoy, matey! During this fun-filled week, campers will hunt for hidden treasure, make pirate-themed snacks to eat, and create their own treasure maps. Will your camper make it through the week without walking the plank? We’ll find out if they are up to the challenge!
Week 3 (June 15-19)
Theme: Superheroes vs Villains
As Iron Man said, “Heroes are made by the path they choose, not the powers they are graced with.” Superheroes and villains are battling head-to-head this week at camp! Campers will learn about their own super powers and put them to the test through a supercharged obstacle course! Will your camper fight crime or plan to take over the world? The choice is his/hers!
Week 4 (June 22-26)
Theme: Music Makers
Come and make some music with us! Campers will learn about instruments like the piano, drums, violin, and guitar. Will your camper be able to listen to different sounds and name the instrument? Campers will be able to make their own instruments and form a band. Stay tuned for a special guest that sings and plays guitar!
Week 5 (June 29-July 3)
Theme: Under the Big Top
We’re celebrating the 4th of July with a good old-fashioned camp carnival! Campers will imagine that they are “Under the Big Top” and enjoy carnival-themed games and activities, including inflatables. They’ll even have opportunities to earn tickets and win prizes! Don’t miss out on this wacky week of fun.
Week 6 (July 6-10)
Theme: A Bug’s Life
Creepy, crawly, big and small, we’re talking all about bugs this week! From catching bugs outside to playing in the dirt, we will explore what life looks like from a bug’s perspective. Campers will participate in bug STEM projects, make bug masks, and pretend to be bugs in relay races. They’ll even get to bring their very own bug home – pretend, of course!
Week 7 (July 13-17)
“Hakuna Matata” means no worries for this goofy week full of all things Disney! Join us as we dress up like our favorite Disney character, sing karaoke to Disney songs, and participate in Disney-themed craft and STEM projects throughout the week. Don’t let your child miss out on being part of Disneymania this summer!
Week 8 (July 20-24)
Are you ready to get wet?! Pack your bathing suit, a towel and a change of clothes because we are going to get soaked all week! Campers will spend all week at Williams Park playing on the splash pad, enjoying sprinkler play and squirt toy fun. All activities will be focused around one thing — water! Don’t miss out on this refreshing adventure.
Week 9 (July 27-31)
Theme: Animal Planet
What is your camper’s favorite animal? This week we are learning amazing facts about animals from all over the world! Campers will go on a safari hunt outside and count each animal they find, take pictures, and record their findings. Don’t miss out on this fun-filled animal week!
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the hours for Adventure Camp?
Tiny Trekkers Camp Hours:
Drop off: 8 am Pick-Up: Noon
Campers must be potty trained.
Where do I drop off and pick up my child?
Cardinal Elementary School
3590 Hornaday Road
Door J Located around the back of the school. Look for the Adventure camp sign.
How do I register?
To get started, visit our website and create an account (for mobile users, view the full site). After signing in, look under the Activities tab, select Camps, and choose your preferred week(s) and payment option by clicking “Add to Cart” and “Enroll Now.”
Participants must be registered prior to using our services. If your child is not registered at the time of drop-off, please be prepared to make a payment on site via debit/credit card or check.
What should I bring to camp?
- Pack 1 snack and a lunch
- Labeled sunscreen
- An extra set of clothing in case of accidents
What are my payment options?
We accept checks, money orders or credit/debit cards on-site, online and in person at the Brownsburg Parks Office, 402 E. Main St.
Brownsburg Parks is moving away from paper forms and is using ePACT Network to store all comprehensive health and emergency contact information more securely. You will only need to complete this form once a year to save you time and make registration even easier for you!
- Look for the ePACT invitation in your email
- Accept the invitation by creating a free account
- Complete the new health history form that we’ve built in ePACT for your child
- Be sure to click “Share” when you’ve completed the form to share it with Brownsburg Parks
All participants are required to complete this form prior to the program start date to attend camp. If you need additional help, contact the ePACT Network Customer Service Line at 1-855-773-7728.
Login here: https://www.epactnetwork.com/us/login
How do I contact my Camp Counselor?
Tiny Trekkers Adventure Camp (ages 3-5): 317-220-7619
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