Dino Day Camps

Summertime should be epic!

Dinosaurs are about as epic as it gets. And Dino Day Camps at Ogden’s Eccles Dinosaur Park fill kids’ summertime with the epic wonders of prehistory. These Dino day camps camps teach kids how to time travel through their imaginations while learning science. Geared for kids aged 3-6 (junior camps) and 7-11 (elementary camps), they include projects like fossil casting, tours of the park with one of our paleontologists, and experiments inspired by recent scientific literature. Each monthly session throughout the summer will feature different themes, so kids can enjoy one camp or engage with paleontology all summer long. Make this summer an epic adventure they’ll never forget!

Preschool Camps

(Geared for 3-6 year olds, parents are welcome to stay)

Cost: $15, 10% discount for members

Time: choose one of two sessions–9:00-11:00, 12:00-2:00,

June 8, June 22, July 6, or July 22

Elementary Camps

(Geared for ages 7-11)

Cost: $25, 10% discount for members

Time: 9:00-1:00

June 15, June 29, July 13, or July 27

Before registering for Dino day camps, be sure to read all information on the event page–it includes ways to prepare for the activity and instructions on how to set up the member discount.

Dino Day Camps Dates 2023

Dino Day Camps 2023 tickets are now on sale. Please only purchase member tickets with a current Dinosaur Park membership. ID and membership card will be required for event entry. Choose one of the following sessions according to the age of the participating children and the date you would like to attend.

In the Month of June

June 8

Junior - AM

June 8

Junior - PM

June 15

Elementary

June 22

Junior - AM

June 22

Junior - PM

June 29

ELEMENTARY

In the Month of July

July 6

Junior - AM

July 6

Junior - PM

July 13

Elementary

July 20

Junior - AM

July 20

Junior - PM

July 27

ELEMENTARY

Join us in Preserving the Past and Inspiring the Future

GET INVOLVED AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THE NATURAL WORLD

At the Dinosaur Park, we are dedicated to preserving the natural history of our planet and inspiring curiosity and wonder about the world around us. By getting involved and participating in our educational programs and events, you can learn more about prehistoric life, geology, mineralogy, and the natural world.