We’ve partnered with UBC Recreation to offer an outdoor, nature-based week at the beautiful UBC Botanical Garden.
Explore the forest and food garden or dare a treetop adventure! In an outdoor learning classroom, campers connect with Indigenous land history and local plants while exploring science and biodiversity. Campers will get creative with arts and crafts inspired by a wondrous week in nature.
Required Equipment: Garden Delights is an entirely outdoor experience that runs rain or shine. Please have campers wear appropriate clothing that is appropriate for all types of weather.
Location Details: This camp meets outside the Reception Centre at UBC Botanical Garden.
• Monday – Garden Tour & Orientation
• Tuesday – Plant Survival 101
• Wednesday – Seeds & Flowers
• Thursday – Pollination
• Friday – Forest Ecology & Treetop Walk
Activities and themes are subject to change.
Located at UBC Botanical Garden, Canada’s oldest university botanical garden (est. 1916). UBC Botanical Garden grows on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Musqueam people. The Garden curates a diverse living collection of plants native to British Columbia and plants from all over the world, which are maintained for the purposes of education, research, conservation, community outreach, and public display.
Consent Form: UBC Camps Adventure Add-Ons Consent
A digital copy of the consent form is completed during online registration. In-person or over the phone registration requires a paper copy be submitted prior to the first day of camp.