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Christina D. Sorensen

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​Join us for the 2014 Camp Season!

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To check for space availability, contact Harris Lake County Park by phone at 919-387-4342 or by emailing harris.lake@wakegov.com. To register, you will need to include a completed registration form and payment by mail or in person. All Harris Lake camps have at least two adults with campers at all times. Campers bring their lunch and a snack. All camps meet at the Cypress Shelter!
 

 

Fun in the Sun Day Camp

 
August 18–22 (5 days), 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Ages 7–12; $145/child
 
Spend a week at Harris Lake County Park exploring the forests, ponds, and lake with fun activities and games. Go hiking and canoeing to discover the back roads and hidden coves of the park, fish, take a hayride to the Longleaf Forest and make new friends. Join us for fun in the sun! Campers provide their own lunch and snack.
 

 

 

 

 

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Schoolhouse of Wonder comes to
Harris Lake County Park!
 
For 25 years Schoolhouse of Wonder has sent kids home dirty, tired and happy from their award-winning outdoor Summer and Track Out camps. This fall they are partnering with Wake County Parks, Recreation and Open Space to offer nature-based outdoor Track Out Camps at Harris Lake County Park for 5–12-year-olds.
Camps begin on September 8 and run through November 2014. Schoolhouse camps offer extended hours, low camper-to-staff ratio, sibling and multi-camp discounts.
 
To learn more and register, please visit the Schoolhouse of Wonder website.
 
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Created at 7/5/2012 4:48 PM by Christina D. Sorensen
Last modified at 8/1/2014 4:50 PM by Stephen R. Walston
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