Summer Camp Registration 2022

Instructor Position Open –click on “Help Wanted” tab above

Registration is now open for our 2022 Summer Camps – they nearly all full. We will be providing four sessions of 4 mornings (9AM-Noon) per week camps, and six “Wonder Wednesday” 9AM – 3 PM sessions. Dates and topics are shown on the registration form image shown below. The session attendance is limited to the first 10 registrants for each session. These sessions are each designed for children of particular ages, so please be sure that your camper is the right age for the session you select. Spaces still available are shown here, if you wish to have your child’s name on the waiting list if other sessions are scheduled, please send an email to with the name of the session and the child’s name and age.

Four-morning camps

Critter Camp  – FULL

Nature Mural Art – 3 spaces open

Outdoor Adventures – FULL

Bees & Butterflies – FULL

Wonder Wednesdays

All About Birds – FULL

Fishing – FULL

Water Play – FULL

Raptors – FULL

Nature Art – FULL

Pollinators – 2 spaces open

The registration form can be downloaded via this link:

To register, please print and fill out the form, and send it with a personal check to

“Sally Manzara Interpretive Nature Center” for the total discounted price to:

Camp Coordinator, PO Box 241, Lake Elmo MN 55042

Alternatively, you may email a scanned copy of the completed form to and pay the full price via PayPal using the link on this page.

Questions? please email


One 4-day Summer Camp

Please be sure to mark your form with the proper date, and be sure your child is in the correct age range for that session. If registering more than one child, or registering for more than one session, please complete a separate form for each child/session combination


One day Wonder Wednesday session

If you wish to register one child for more than one session, please indicated the date(s) on the form, and pay $70 times the number of dates. If you wish to register more than one child, please use separate forms for each child.


Sally Manzara Interpretive Nature Center
Zero Tolerance Policy

The Sally Manzara Interpretive Nature Center is a place of Peace and Respect, so the following behaviors will not be tolerated. Anyone violating this policy will be asked to leave immediately. The behaviors are described such that a reasonable observer would agree that a violation has occurred. Violence – any actual violence such as hitting, kicking, throwing of objects, etc, or threats of violence. Harassment or bullying – speech or body language intending to intimidate or belittle a person, or treat them with disrespect based on any characteristic they exhibit or opinion they express. Property Damage – any deliberate or apparently deliberate property damage inside or outside the building.