Harris Lake Camps

Group of kids playing "Snakes and Ladders" jumbo game on a large play mat

Camps are more extended programs offered by park staff during the summer months. You can learn more about the camps offered below.

General Day Camp Information

A photo of four kids at day camp looking in various tubs and plastic containers at aquatic critters gathered during a pond study program
  • Camps for the upcoming season will be announced here in January. * Please note that due to COVID-19, there will be no day camps offered in 2021.
  • Camp registration is online. Spaces are limited and tend to fill quickly, so register early!
  • Campers will have two staff with them at all times.
  • All camps meet at the Cypress Shelter.
  • Campers bring their own lunch and snack.
  • A registration packet, including a health history form, will be emailed before the start of camp.
  • A parent letter containing important information and a basic schedule of activities will be emailed the week before the start of camp.

Camp Offerings

Kurious Kids

Photo of a boy at day camp holding a dragonfly

3 days (Tuesday–Thursday)
9 a.m.–noon
For ages 4–6

Kurious Kids will discover the natural world of Harris Lake County Park through short hikes, themed crafts and games, fishing, dip netting in the pond and meeting our program animals. Make new friends and have lots of fun as we explore the park together. 

Day Camps are not being offered at this time. Please see our Virtual Public Program or Virtual Group Program offerings. 

Nature Explorers

Photo of two campers in a canoe on the fishing pond

5 days (Monday–Friday)
9 a.m.–1 p.m.
For ages 7–11

Each day will be a new adventure! Go fishing and canoeing, take a wagon ride to our Longleaf Forest, scoop in the pond to see who lives there, create themed crafts, play games and explore nature as you meet new friends.

Day Camps are not being offered at this time. Please see our Virtual Public Program and Virtual Group Program offerings. 

Mini Nature Explorers

A photo of a female camper holding a catfish she just caught

3 days (Tuesday–Thursday)
9 a.m.–1 p.m.
For ages 7–11

A mini version of the full week: go fishing and canoeing, take a wagon ride to our Longleaf Forest, scoop in the pond to see who lives there, create themed crafts, play games and explore nature as you meet new friends.

Day Camps are not being offered at this time. Please see our Virtual Public Program and Virtual Group Program offerings.