Registration Is Open for Summer Camp at Environmental Education Center

Programs Are for Kids Ages Four to Thirteen


SOMERVILLE, NJ – Registration is open for children ages four to thirteen who want to attend day camp at the Somerset County Park Commission’s Environmental Education Center (EEC). Naturalists lead these fun day camp programs Monday through Friday from June to August. Registration is open for multiple programs on a first-come, first-serve basis. To register, click here. 

Summers become more memorable at the EEC’s day camp programs, where children can explore 500 acres of fields, forests, ponds, and a river, in a natural learning environment that provides unique learning opportunities.

At the EEC day camps, children will make summertime memories while building their curiosity for the environment and a fondness for science through educational programs, outdoor experiences, socialization, and creative learning opportunities.

This year, the EEC is introducing two exciting new camp programs, “Jaws and Claws,” where children will learn the survival characteristics and behaviors of various animals, and “Forest Fanatics,” which allows kids to explore the natural wonders of the outdoors.

To register, click here or visit For more information, call 908.722.1200 ext. 5002. Individuals with hearing or speech impairment can dial the Relay Service at 711.

The Environmental Education Center (EEC)

The EEC at Lord Stirling Park offers approximately nine miles of hiking trails, Naturalist-led programs, school field trips, fun festivals, nature-themed exhibits, facility and classroom rentals, a resource library, science and conservation research, and more. The EEC’s goal is to improve environmental literacy in Somerset County and beyond.


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