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Your child will love exploring nature with us! Help your child foster a deep connection to nature through hands-on adventures and healthy outdoor fun at an Urban Ecology Center Summer Camp! Campers look under logs, hike in the woods, climb trees, and build forts. They’ll also create art, take pictures, learn to fish, and build science and engineering skills to be better prepared for the school year.
HOW TO REGISTER FOR CAMP

Camp spots are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis after the registration form (online or hard copy) is completed and payment or scholarship information is received.

Online
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Navigate quickly to your desired Summer Camp session using our Easy Link option! Read camp descriptions and click on session links to register all in this one PDF booklet! Session links take you directly to the registration page. We hope the addition of clickable links will help you as you choose camps this year.

Click here for our Easy Link 2022 Summer Camp booklet
Important Information
  • Online registrations receive priority enrollment. 
  • You will need an email address and your child’s current health information to complete registration.
  • If a camp session is full, you can add your child to the waiting list or choose a different session.
  • Any reference to your child’s grade is referring to the grade completed by June 2022.
  • Create an account or sign in during the registration process. Find the sign in link in the above right corner of the registration page. This user account allows you to save registration receipts, check out faster and access your membership pricing!
  • Before and After Care: Activities are available before and after the camp day for an extra fee of $20 daily. Click here to register for BEFORE and AFTER CARE. NO Before or After Care on dates when there are no camps.
Some camps are filling. Use the links below to help find what you're looking for:
Registration Pro-tips

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1. When reviewing camp offerings, please sign in to the registration system using the “Sign in” button at the top of the program description or registration screen before adding any items to your cart. If you have not registered for a program in our system yet, please “Create an Account” and use the same email address at which you receive any messages from the Urban Ecology Center (if applicable). If you are a member, your 20% discount will automatically apply to orders when you’re signed in.
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2. When completing registration information, the system will retain information you have already entered during that session. So, if you’d like to register for multiple camp sessions and/or for multiple children, we recommend doing so in the same order session. Then, you’ll have an option that appears to auto-fill the lengthy registration form, which can be edited as needed.
3. If you are using the Gift of Summer Camp code, a single week camp session will be discounted by up to $340 in your order. This code cannot be applied online to multi-week camps. Please contact our registration team if you have questions about applying discount or coupon codes.
4. Scholarship recipients can expect to see their scholarship discount; however, there is not an additional 20% off, regardless of membership status.
5. Carts will time out after 24 hours and empty of all items added.
See you this summer!

By mail

To register by mail, please print and complete the hard copy registration form found in this booklet and return it to: Urban Ecology Center, 1500 E. Park Place, Milwaukee, WI 53211.

Where’s the member discount?

UEC Members receive 20% off camp fees automatically when they create an account or sign in during the registration process. You can also join or renew your membership as you register for summer camp. If you are using a paper form or you have any questions, please contact Tory Bahe at (414) 626-7300.

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