Check out our 2018 list of summer camps:

(click on the links for more information)

Primitive Skills - June 25-29 (13-18), July 9-13 (9-12) and July 30-Aug 5 (5-8)
Register for June 25-29 Primitive Skills Camp for Ages 13-18
Register for July 9-13 Primitive Skills Camp for Ages 9-12
Register for July 30-Aug 3 Primitive Skills for Ages 5-8

Join primitive skills expert Clark Patton for a week of connecting with nature and being at peace in the woods. Clark will teach the kids about building shelter, creating fire with friction, cordage, flint knapping and they may even make bows and arrows. Students who are familiar with these skills will have an opportunity to learn more advanced techniques and skills. This is a camp your kids will never forget.

Theme Camp: Survive - July 23-27 and Aug 6-10
Register for July 23-27 (ages 5+)
Register for Aug 6-10 (ages 5+)

Survive campers will spend time in the woods, learn about primitive technology, and try out a few homesteading skills. This camp is designed to give students a range of experiences and will change focus each day. Students may spend up to 2 days learning to rock climb, but are not required to participate in rock climbing classes.

Theme Camp: Express - June 25-29 and July 16-20
Register for June 25-29 (ages 5+)
Register for July 16-20 (ages 5+)

Express is all about self expression. Students will spend their mornings creating with clay or working on independent projects in our makerspace. Our June campers will spend their afternoons writing and directing short films with original music. These films may showcase their storytelling ability, photography or stop motion and pixel art creativity. Campers can choose to upload their videos to Youtube or take them home on personal thumb drives. Our July campers will participate in “Mystery Box Theater” where they will develop and perform in plays using the contents of their mystery box. Campers will perform their plays on Friday, July 20th in the afternoon.

Theme Camp: Innovate - July 9-13 and July 30-Aug 3

Register for July 9-13 (ages 5+)
Register for July 30- Aug 3 (ages 5+)

Our Innovate camps give students access to the latest technology and instructors who are experienced in this technology. These camps are hosted by our First Tech Challenge robotics teams and will include a robotics demonstration for all interested students. We will also spend time in our Makerspace, creating projects with our 3d printer and CNC mill. Students will be divided into groups based on interest. We do offer this camp for two weeks in the summer, so if they do not finish all of the projects they’d like to in the first week, they can join us for a second week!

Some projects that students might enjoy during this session: Make a video game, make a robot with arduino parts, make a stop motion movie, create an animation, make a robot with lego robotics, make a fidget spinner with our cnc mill, 3d print a toy, build a minigame in minecraft, learn how to create digital music with Garage Band and more!

Theme Camp: Connect - June 18-22 and Aug 13-17
Register for June 18-22 (ages 5+)
Register for Aug 13-17 (ages 5+)

Connect campers will spend time in our local community and watershed. We will explore local nonprofits to learn more about how people help each other and help the local wildlife. Depending on the week, we may visit Freecycles, Wild Skies Raptor Center, the Missoula Food Bank, the Mayor’s office and more! We will also hike and explore our local trails and rivers.

Pricing, What to Bring, and FAQ
Pricing:
We offer before and after care, along with the camp day.

7:30-9:30 – Before Care – $50 (or $10 per day)

9:30-3:30 – Camp – $180 *eNDVR members will receive a 20% discount

3:30-5:30 – After Care – $50 (or $10 per day)

Field Trips:
Some camps will take the students off campus. If your child needs a booster seat, you must provide one.

Lunch and Snacks:
eNDVR does not provide food for your children. Please have your child bring a lunch and snack. We will provide water, but water bottles are always a great idea, especially for during field trips or playing outside.

Camper Paperwork - Print and bring it in to save time!
Having trouble registering for camps? We’ve discovered that our registration system does not work with some Android phones. Try registering on a computer or send an email to annie-at-learningwithmeaning.com with your camper’s name, emergency contact information, allergies, and the name and date of the camp.