Once upon a time there was a Fairy named Lyra who landed at Big Oak Canyon. Out of love for this magical place, Lyra created a special day camp for children of all ages to enjoy.
According to the wishes of the Big Oak Canyon Fairy, we’ll start the day off with a treasure hunt, exploring the land and following Lyra’s path through this enchanted setting. We’ll learn the history of Big Oak Canyon and observe the mystical wonders of the nature surrounding us, including fantastical creatures. We’ll gather precious nature treasures at each stop along our fairy route and create a spellbinding backpack charm to take home as a reminder of the magical splendor of Big Oak Canyon. We will end the day knowing we have made the Big Oak Canyon Fairy so happy!
Who: Ages 5-10
Children under 7 years old will need to have a parent attending alongside to assist with the hand craft.
When: We are offering 3 separate sessions for this camp:
Sunday June 27th
Wednesday July 21st
Saturday July 31st
Time: 10 AM- 2 PM, break for lunch (please bring your own lunch)
Where: Big Oak Canyon – location address will be emailed upon enrollment or upon inquiry.
Pricing: $70 per person, $65 per sibling (12 people max)
Please see our Covid-19 Policy for current protocols.
Earthroots is committed to creating nature connection opportunities for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) participants. We are offering two full BIPOC Scholarships for this program.
It is Earthroots Field School’s policy and pleasure to make scholarship space available in its programs for those in need.
The deadline to apply for all scholarships is 30 days prior to the date of class.
If you have questions, please email us at: [email protected]
About the Instructor
Raz Allen teaches Forest Kindergarten and Homeschool Field Class at Earthroots Field School. She fell in love with Earthroots programs when her then 8-year-old joined a wilderness survival class. Starting first as a class participant, to volunteer and now as a staff member. She loves sharing her love of nature-connection and the traditions of the local Native peoples that were the first stewards and wisdom of Orange County.