Spring Break Camp Registration Open for Noblesville Youth – Hamilton County Reporter

Budding archers like Ellie Casteel enjoyed last year’s Camp Crosser. (Photo provided by BGCN)

BGCN’s Camp Crosser Soars To Space, Exploring Nature This Year

Spring Break is almost upon us and the Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville is ready for two exciting weeks of outdoor programming. Camp Crosser is an engaging outdoor program for youth ages 6-13 and will be open the weeks of March 28 and April 4.

Camp Crosser is a high-energy outdoor program designed to provide children with adventurous and educational experiences. Campers meet at the Club each morning and are bused to the 20-acre Camp Crosser a few miles north of Noblesville along the banks of the White River.

“Kids who attend camp can be very excited to be able to make memories and explore the great outdoors, as well as connect and make new friendships!” said program director Jeremiah Johnson. “Campers can also look forward to our activities such as archery, campfire cooking and outdoor art projects.”

Space Week kicks off March 28, where campers will learn about the science behind the galaxy and beyond with activities like parachute engineering, and rocket building and launching. Nature Week kicks off April 4 where campers will participate in scavenger hunts, wildlife education with an MNR officer, miniature boat building, races and more.

The registration fee is $115 per child per one week session with two sessions available. Space is limited. Daycare is available until 6 p.m. for an additional $15 per session.

For more information, call the Club at (317) 773-4372 or visit bgcni.org to register for Spring Break.

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