Youth Summer Camps - Let them explore more.

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Give your explorer an experience of a lifetime! Campers can experience the landscape of Southeast Utah like no one else with hands-on learning and exploration.  Canyon Country Discovery Center takes each experience to expand on the ideas and thinking of the individual.  No answers are wrong, we explore all the possiblitiles, and bring out the scientist in everyone.

Art and Science on the San Juan River Summer Camp

Join artist and art instructor Kate Nickols along with our own Four Corners School staff for a creative journey down the San Juan River of Southern Utah. Along the way we will explore ancient Puebloan archeological sites, soak up the beauty of the canyons, and capture the glory of the canyon through artistic expression. Ages 12 -18.
Wednesday, June 21 - 24, 2017
Bluff, Utah  

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Earth, Water, Sky Summer Science Camp

Spend three days of hands-on learning with a geologist, astronomy educator from Clark Planetarium, and art teacher from Monticello High school. The camp provides opportunities for student’s, from the Four Corners Region, to learn about astronomy, the night sky, geology, desert rivers, and much more. They will learn while floating twenty-six incredibly scenic miles of the San Juan River in southeastern Utah. Explore one of the most inspirational and classic settings possible for learning about the geologic, astronomical, natural and cultural history of the area. Ages 12 -18.
$535 per student
$150 for Four Corners area students from San Juan Counties in Utah and New Mexico, Montezuma County Colorado and Apache County Arizona. These students are grant funded through the Bureau of Land Management.
Tuesday, June 27 -30, 2017
Bluff, Utah

Canyon Country Explorers - Summer Day Camp

Come along with us on a journey as we explore the Colorado Plateau. Kids will learn about ecosystems and landforms found nearby and develop mapping skills throughout the week at the Canyon Country Discovery Center and beyond. Kids who have finished grades 3 - 6.
Monday - Friday July 24 -28 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Youth Backpacking, Culture, and Service in the Abajo Mountains

Backpack through one of Southern Utah's best kept secrets with unique geologic features and vistas overlooking the labyrinth of canyons in Canyonlands National Park and Cedar Mesa. We will visit rock art panels left hundreds of years ago by the Ancestral Puebloan people, hike 4-6 miles per day with backpacks, and retire each night to a cozy tent under a brilliant sky full of stars. Along the way, learn more about the forces that created these soaring mountains, the ancient seas that left the sandstone wonderland below, and the humans and animals that have called this area home. The highest point within the range is Abajo Peak at 11,360 feet (3,463 m) and this area provides the unique ability to traverse from high alpine tundra through several life zones all the way to Utah’s stark red desert. Ages 12 - 18.
Wednesday, August 6-12 and August 13-19, 2017
Bluff, Utah