Spice up your child's summer and experience the camp of a lifetime with Backyard Explorers! Grow, explore, play and connect with nature in Concord's own Markham Nature Park. Your child will make new friends, socialize, and have fun in small cohorts supervised by highly trained staff. Staff provide age appropriate and engaging daily camp activities, including a variety of arts & crafts, games, crawdad fishing, nature walks, and more! Campers take walking field trips weekly to swim at Concord Community Pool and play on the playground in Concord Community Park.
Camps will follow county health guidelines for camps which encourage stable cohorts.
Full Summer Program: You can guarantee your spot for the entire summer by registering for the full summer program. When registering, you will automatically be registered for a payment plan. The first session will need to be paid up front. The remaining balance will be divided evenly on the first day of each new session. Register here: 117244
Backyard Explorer's home base is located in Markham Nature Park. This program runs from 7:00 am-6:00 pm. The program takes weekly walking field trips to Concord Community Pool and Concord Community Park.
"This was so needed for our child. We felt confident that the staff wanted to be there, and they were enjoying themselves with the kiddos. They were professional, well trained, so confident and engaged. The department handled all of the safety precautions for COVID-19 well. Our child needed an fun outlet for social needs, creative needs, and just plain fun. He got that at Backyard Explorers in Concord"
"The counselors are always good, but they were outstanding this year. It was a hard year to do camp but the counselors were incredible in forging bonds with the kids"
" The summer camp was much needed during the pandemic. She was ecstatic about camp when we picked her up on the first day. She thanked us so much for signing us up and she really looked up to her counselors. She was a much happier kid this summer. I am so grateful that she has a summer before having to go back to distance learning and that your counselors made is a safe environment."