Youth Organizations and
Day Care Centers

School Year Field Trips


Bring your youth group or troop to Havenwoods this spring! See details here!


Get Outdoors!


Summer Field Trips

We offer summer field trips for children ages 3 - 12. For details visit our listing in the Teacher's Guide to State Parks and Forests or see the Summer Field Trip brochure.


Registration is done on a first-come first-serve basis.


Fees: Minimum fee of $30 for groups of 15 children or less. Groups of more than 15 children pay $2 per child.


Fee waivers are available if cost would be prohibitive.


For more information, call (414) 527-0232.

Buds 'n Sprouts Garden Program

Youth groups, summer school classes, and day care centers are invited to participate in gardening activities such as planting, tending, and harvesting their own gardens. They collect bugs, watch worms, and figure out how animals relate to their vegetables. Through games, crafts, journals, stories, and snacks, they become immersed in the garden.


For more information, see the summer garden brochure, call (414) 527-0232, or email judy.klippel@wi.gov.

Youth Group Programs

Your youth organization can join a naturalist for a Saturday or after-school nature program. Programs for girl scouts and boy scouts are designed to help meet badge requirements. Programs may include hikes, activities, and projects.


Fees: Minimum fee of $30 for groups of 15 children or less. Groups of more than 15 children pay $2 per child.


Fee waivers are available if cost would be prohibitive.


For more information, contact Judy at (414) 527-0232 or judy.klippel@wi.gov.

Festivals

Youth groups are welcome to join us for festivals throughout year.


GO! Discover

On the second and third Saturday of each month, you and your family or youth group can drop in between 9 am and 2 pmto play games, create crafts, discover cool stuff about nature, and try out a simple outdoor nature activity!

Resources for Educators

We have a number of backpacks, trunks, teaching materials, and curriculum that educators can borrow from our resource library. See Teaching Materials or Self-Guided Explorations for more information.