Experience the Science Behind the Adventure!
Why isn’t the earth covered in craters like the moon? What kind of super strength would I need to move a one-ton rock up a hill? How long would it take us to reach the closest star and maybe find aliens in that solar system? Come to Science Camp and find out!
July 2014 Maple Dell Scout Camp is opening a brand-new Science Camp to introduce young men and young women to the wonderful world of S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).
Participants will be amazed by a science show, learn about the earth, moon, sun and stars, build cars and boats and race them against other teams, go geocaching and learn how a GPS works, identify rocks and minerals, learn about landslides, calculate the rise in sea levels as ice caps melt, and many more exciting experiments.
Download the Flyer Here: STEM Science Camp Advertising Flyer
Because S.T.E.M. Science Camp will be at Maple Dell Scout Camp, kids will also be able to participate in swimming, canoeing, archery, climbing, .22 rifle shooting and sleeping overnight in a tent.
- July 21-23 Young Women’s STEM Science Camp (ages 11-17)
- July 24-26: Young Men’s STEM Science Camp (ages 11-17)
- $125 per person, meals included.
- Bring Your Own Tent
- Adult Camp Counselors will be provided
Meet new friends and have your eyes opened to the unseen world of science around you.
To register or for more information, visit www.utahscouts.org/mapledell and click on your preferred session. Registrations are limited so don’t wait!
For more information about S.T.E.M., Nova Awards and Scouting, visit www.scouting.org/stem.
Author: Dave Johnson | Camp Director Maple Dell Scout Camp | District Director, Utah National Parks Council