Get outdoors and get your hands dirty.

The Rodfather

The Amare Lockett Youth Fishing Camp

The camp will provide youth participants with a positive outdoor experience, enhanced social skills, & the chance to build relationships with other youth and adults in the community. Activities will build patience, good sportsmanship, and self control.

Call 419-822-1371
Believe Center INC.

STEM Fishing Camp

Learn sustainable life through outdoor life skills. Includes lessons on bait, casting, cleaning and cooking. Focus on patience, fish recognition, creative problem solutions, arts, fitness and social interaction.

Call 419-283-1628
Project E.R. INC.

Puck-A-Luck’s Equestrian Day Camp

Puck-A-Luck Equestrian Day Camp featuring Precious Seas Stables will be offered to families in the Ironwood Area. This camp will introduce and educate our children on horses, grooming, equipment used for riding.

Call 419-392-5640
Erie Shores Council, BSA

Miakonda Summer Day Camp

Campers can expect 4 days of outdoor adventure, including rotating through various program areas such as nature, BMX bikes, archery, outdoor skills, swimming, sports, and much more.

Call 419-392-5640
Frederick Douglass Community Association

The Great Outdoors Experience

The participants can expect to engage in youth oriented activities such as horseback riding, golf, swimming, arts & crafts, chess, foosball, billiards, basketball, dodgeball, dance, cheerleading, board games, yoga, gardening, Zoo and Mud Hens games.

Call 567-343-9390
Urban Wholistics

Urban Wholistics Urban Farmer Camp

Urban Framing Program for families with youth ages 5-17. Lessons include planting, growing, harvesting, bee keeping and garden upkeep. Grow your own healthy fruits and vegetables within the environment that you live. Lunch is provided each meeting.

Call 567-249-6621
Ohio State University Extension, Lucas County

Grow Your Own Vegetables, 4-H Spin Club

The programming will expose youth to OSU’s 4-H Program using the SPIN (SPecial INterest) Club model and project book Grow Your Own Vegetables. Garden Club participants will learn more about vegetables from the seed/plant to their own plate.

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Toledo Grows

How Does Your Garden GROW?

These 45 minute drop-in programs feature hands-on and movement activities about gardening. There is a different topic each month: June, “Underground Friends”; July, “Plants and Pollinators”; and August, “Enjoying the Harvest”.

No registration required