Park District holds Spring Break Day Camps

White Trout Lily is early bloomer at Clermont County parks.

White Trout Lily is early bloomer at Clermont County parks.

BATAVIA, Ohio (March 22, 2016) – Clermont County Park District’s Spring Break Day Camps on March 28 and March 30 provide wonderful opportunities for children to spend a day exploring nature. The day is full of outdoor adventure, hands-on activities, storytelling, active games and craft projects. Campers are divided into groups of similarly aged children. Kids should dress in layers for indoor and outdoor activities, pack a lunch and drink, and be ready for fun!

Hop into Spring! Monday, March 28
9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
5-8 years old
Chilo Lock #34 Park
All of our favorite cold-blooded friends are waking up for spring and are waiting to meet you! Discover signs of spring as we hike through the meadow and explore the bog. Create a springtime craft, join in on fun games and hands-on activities.

Plant Power! Wednesday, March 30
9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
6-13 years old
Pattison Park
A dandelion may be just a weed to some but to us, it is a delicious treat!  Did you know that plants have a secret life? Join park naturalists as we unlock these secrets and discover other wild edible plants during our hike. Enjoy hands-on activities, taste test some “wild” edibles during lunch and create a seed bomb with Ohio native wildflowers to help make our Earth an even more beautiful place!

To register your child(ren), contact naturalist Jana Marshall-Westhoven at  to reserve your spot. The fee is $25 per child. Please make all checks payable to Clermont County Park District. All proceeds go to improving parks and educational programs.