CAMPS

Camp at CMON promotes discovery and experiential learning through daily STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) activities. Campers imagine, design, and connect to the world around them. Ignite your child’s curiosity and fuel their learning.

Each day features some of our campers’ favorite activities like dry ice explorations, creating works of art, and more! Campers spend time playing the Museum and have exclusive access to CMON on Wednesday- including water games in our backyard!

Please note, camps that are sold out will no longer appear on the registration page. To be added to a waitlist for a sold out camp, please contact Carolyn at 239-260-1600 or cwilliams@cmon.org

Child at Camp

Summer Camp

Drop-off between 8:15–9:00 a.m. Pick-up at 5:00 p.m.

  • $325 per child per week (non-members)
  • $290 per child per week (members)
  • Camps available for students entering grads K through 5

Summer Camp Registration Now Open for Members!

Scroll down to see summer camp schedules.

Public Registration for camp begins on March 15.

Join us for the 2022 CMON Summer Camps!  There are topics for all interested and ages ranging from Kindergarten to 5th grade. 

Camps are a week long and full day (drop off between 8:15-9:00 AM, pickup between 4:45-5:15 PM). 

New this year –

  • Full-day camps for Kindergartens
  • 4-day summer camp for Kinder and Grades 1-2 the week of July 5-8.

The curriculum for summer camps is designed for the grade level your child will be entering in the fall.

  • $325/child for one week
  • $290/for one week (CMON member price)

One four day camp will be offered the week of July 4. 

  • $260/child for week of July 5-8
  • $225/child for week of July 5-8 (CMON member price)

When selecting a camp for your child, remember Camp is designed for the grade level your child enters this Fall.

Dress Code

Campers are to wear shorts or pants. If a camper is wearing a skirt or dress, please include shorts under the skirt. Apply sunscreen in the morning prior to camp. Campers go outside every day. Campers need to wear sneakers or similar closed toe and closed heel shoes. Sandals, wedges, high heels, or any other open-toed shoes are not permitted. 

Children not dressed according to the camp dress code will not be permitted into camp until their attire is in alignment with the camp dress code.

Mask Policy

Masks for campers are strongly recommended. 

What to Bring

Ensure that your child’s name is clearly written on everything they bring to camp. Leave all electronics, toys, and other valuables at home. The Museum cannot be held responsible for any items brought to camp. 

Be sure to bring:

  • Lunch
  • Snacks if your camper has food allergies
  • Water bottle
  • Jacket or sweatshirt (it can be chilly in the classrooms)
  • Hat
  • A change of clothes for Wacky Water Wednesday (shoes and socks, undergarments, shirt and shorts, and a towel)

Snacks

CMON provides morning and afternoon snacks. Children with food allergies are required to bring their own snacks and parents must notify staff of allergies during registration.

Lunch

Lunch is NOT included in the camp registration fee nor is lunch available for purchase at the Museum. Children must bring a bag lunch that does NOT require refrigeration or heating.