Family Nature Summits
In recent years, nature hikes and eco tours have grown in popularity. At the forefront of this phenomenon is the annual Family Nature Summit. Since the National Wildlife Federation's first conservation summit in 1970, Family Summits, Inc. have provided this annual event in locations across the United States and Canada. For one week each year, over 300 individuals, couples, and families gather together for an educational and exciting trip through nature. Every summit is staffed by volunteer experts in diverse subjects such as geology, biology, child care, and photography.
From infant child care to programs for younger age groups, Family Nature Summits will encourage children to explore and learn about the wonders of nature. Teens and young adults face physical challenges such as strenuous hikes, kayaking, or overnight camping; as well as taking part in local conservation activities. Meanwhile, adults may take part in classes, workshops, or activities such as kayaking, hiking, and rock climbing. In the evening, family-oriented activities such as dances, puppet shows, stargazing, and nighttime owl walks.
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