Explore our seasonal camps for ages 2 – 13 and let us immerse your child in the incredible world of Phipps. Highlighting ecology, conservation, healthy living and art concepts through hands-on activities, each session includes nutritious snacks and take-home crafts. To learn even more, please call 412/441-4442, ext. 3925.

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Seasonal Camps

Little Sprouts: Fall Programs

AGES 2 – 4

Attend a one-hour camp on plants, bugs and more with a curious preschooler in your life. Each session includes stories, songs, interactive lessons and a healthy snack. Adult accompaniment is required for each of these programs.

Seasonal Camps

Kids Night Out: Fall Programs

AGES 4 – 11

It's a kids' night out! Children ages 4 – 11 will have an exciting evening filled with scientific exploration, art and a healthy snack.

Seasonal Camps

Little Sprouts: Summer Camps

Ages 2 – 4

From dirt and gardens to worms and fruits, our youngest learners will love the new slate of engaging summer camps. Adult accompaniment is required for each of these programs.

Seasonal Camps

Seedling Scientists: Summer Camps

Ages 4 – 6

The natural world comes to life for little ones in these camps through fun themes including fairy tales, backyard art, crawling critters and wonderful worms.


Seasonal Camps

Budding Botanists and Mighty Mentors: Summer Camps

Ages 6 – 9 (Budding Botanists)
Ages 10 – 13 (Mighty Mentors)

Campers will learn how to make a green impact in their communities through week-long programs on topics like edible gardens, sustainable plant care and upcycled art. In these camps, Budding Botanists (ages 6 – 9) and Mighty Mentors (ages 10 – 13) study the same topics in separate, age-appropriate sessions, then come together to share their knowledge in a fun mentorship setting. All participants will be invited to an end of Summer Showcase Party where they can display their favorite works of art or project for citizenship change. 


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