Tree Hill offers a variety of quality, hands-on educational opportunities for groups of all ages. We are also happy to discuss customized programs for your specific needs. All Tree Hill produced programs have a minimum of 15 paying people. Less than the minimum there is a flat rate. Co-produced program attendance requirements will vary by program.
Public Student Rate: $275.00 weekly
Treehill Member Rate: $250.00 weekly
The Rattlesnake Conservancy Member Rate: $250.00 weekly
Active Military Rate: $250.00 weekly
Conservation Camp is a unique way for kids, ages 8-13, to get first-hand experience of what a week in the shoes of a wildlife biologist is like. At camp, students will learn real life applications of wildlife sciences, meet animal ambassadors, and have a blast working with other students that love the outdoors.
Conservation Camp is hosted by and enrollment registration can be made by The Rattlesnake Conservancy.
The team of dedicated scientists at The Rattlesnake Conservancy are committed to giving your child a memorable and safe experience. Their counselors are experienced working with children from all age groups and are thrilled to guide your young scientist on a journey to learn about the ecosystems of Florida, native plants and animals, and how they can be involved in conservation of wildlife and their habitat.
$7.00 per person (15-35 participants) $6.00 per person (36+ participants)
Off-sites available starting at $500.00. Contact Greta Combs for more information.
Learn about the physical characteristics of native animals and how different adaptations enable the animals to live in their habitats. This educational program teaches the important roles animals play in nature and how one species’ survival effects many others. We use a variety of engaging props and displays as well as live animals, to bring learning to life.
There is also a natural history museum and live animal exhibits to see in the park.
$9.00 per person (15 to 35 participants) $8.00 per person (36+ participants)
Tree Hill's popular Guided Trail Tours includes a 45-minute hike where visitors learn about different habitats, layers of the forest, and animals that live there. Each tour is a unique educational experience based on the time of year and time of day!
$12.00 per person (15-36 participants)$11.00 per person (36+ participants)
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To schedule an educational program, please call Greta Combs(904) 724-4646 ext 204 or firstname.lastname@example.org We require a one week minimum notice. Further, if you have specific dates you need, we recommend that you schedule as soon as possible.