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Summer CampsSummer Is Awesome With Exploration Place

Adventure, fun and science collide to make summers awesome at Exploration Place in Wichita. Your camper will spend the summer exploring new topics and learning through hands-on interactive STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) activities. They will make new friends and create exciting memories to last a lifetime.

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Summer Camps: 6 to 10-Year-Olds

May 28 - 31 Construction & Destruction

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Construction & Destruction

Discovery through destruction and strategic reconstruction makes this camp a sell-out each year. Campers will build, design, construct and destroy a variety of projects throughout the week using Lego © bricks and other materials. Interactive learning activities will engage critical thinking skills and celebrate campers’ sense of challenge in both team and individual projects.

  • Build skyscrapers with Lego™ towers
  • Learn about structure stability and strategy
  • Construct a life-size shelter in a team building challenge
  • Design and build a wrecking ball to test on a variety of structures
  • Race a hand-built self-propelling wind-up car

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June 3 - 7 Pokéworld Next Generation

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Pokéworld Next Generation

Welcome to Pokéworld Next Generation! Here you will embark on a journey with the latest generations of Pokémon.

  • Make Dragon Spit Slime with Professor Deino!
  • Dive into the mechanics of Kite building with Professor Starly!
  • Create a tornado in a bottle  with Professor Diglett, while learning about natural disasters!
  • Meet real world dragons and hang out with our very own Shiver!

These Pokémon Professors are here to help you with the new generations of Pokémon being discovered. Start your adventure with us today!

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June 10 - 14 Caped Crusaders

Caped Crusaders

Get ready to unleash your powers, make new friends, and become a true Caped Crusader. At this camp you’ll take superhero science to a whole new level with the Justice League. Unleash your inner hero as you: 

  • Create your very own Superman Cape and Kryptonian heritage crest 
  • Craft your own Batman Batarang, and test whether you have the skills to be the next Dark Knight
  • Dive into the cosmic colors of space with Green Lantern
  • Take on Flash’s Speed Challenge
  • Engineer your own Cyborg sound cannon while exploring the power of sound wave

 

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June 17 - 21 Turtle Power

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Turtle Power

If your youngster adores the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, they’re in for an adventure diving into the scientific realm of sewer life alongside their favorite heroes. Campers will:  

  • Hone leadership abilities while coding Bee Bots with Leo
  • Create extendable arm gadgets with Donnie
  • Put your ninja prowess to the test with an obstacle course with Raph
  • Dive into the science of food with Mikey *Food allergies/diet restrictions will be considered*

Turtle Power! Join the fun with Exploration Place’s mutant mayhem.

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June 24 - 28 Bug Safari

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Bug Safari

Dive into the amazing world of insects, the most numerous creatures on Earth, through hands-on fun and exploration. This camp is your passport to a bug-filled adventure and games that will spark your child’s curiosity and passion for these tiny but incredible critters!

  • Build a bug habit from recycled and found materials
  • Be a scientist as you construct a detailed model of an insect using everyday objects. 
  • Grab your magnifying glass, observe insects in their natural habitat, and learn about their unique behaviors.
  • Meet real-life bug caretakers! 

Join us and let your passion for bugs take flight!

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July 8 - 12 Minecraft Unplugged

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Minecraft Unplugged

At Minecraft Unplugged camp, your child will use their favorite characters to dive into the science behind the game. A variety of STEM-based activities take your child’s passion for Minecraft off the computer screen and into real life with hands-on and interactive tasks and challenges.

  • Build an LED red stone torch that glows with the use of circuitry
  • Develop your own fantasy world, identify which biome to place it in, and explore new landscapes
  • Design an Ender dragon rocket and learn about trajectory 
  • Use computer science to code a Minecraft character

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July 8 - 12 Prehistoric Predators

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Prehistoric Predators

Your child will step into the shoes of a paleontologist through fun and immersive activities that teach about prehistoric eras. Campers will get their hands dirty digging for fossils and meet a real paleontologist!

  • Create a trace fossil to take a dinosaur footprint home 
  • Meet a paleontologist and learn about an active dinosaur dig
  • Concoct Velociraptor slime that teaches us why dinosaurs would spit at their enemies
  • Use paleontological tools to dig for real fossils and identify them using context clue

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July 15 - 19 Animal Caretakers

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Animal Caretakers

From birds and sheep to snakes and turtles, all animals need to stay healthy. This camp is perfect for kids who love caring for, and learning about, animals. Structured as an imaginary veterinarian’s office, each day your child will learn about a new case that comes into the Exploration Place Clinic. 

  • Learn how veterinarians treat a variety of ailments in animals
  • Use hands-on learning to understand animal body language
  • Build a set of wearable reptile eyes and view the world as they do
  • Meet animal visitors and talk with caretaker

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July 15 - 19 Minecraft Unplugged

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Minecraft Unplugged

At Minecraft Unplugged camp, your child will use their favorite characters to dive into the science behind the game. A variety of STEM-based activities take your child’s passion for Minecraft off the computer screen and into real life with hands-on and interactive tasks and challenges.

  • Build an LED red stone torch that glows with the use of circuitry
  • Develop your own fantasy world, identify which biome to place it in, and explore new landscapes
  • Design an Ender dragon rocket and learn about trajectory
  • Use computer science to code a Minecraft character

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July 22 - 26 Lost in Space

Lost in Space

Your camper’s mission awaits! Budding astronauts and amateur astronomers will love getting lost in space. With a week packed full of hands-on learning, this camp is sure to be a highlight of your child’s summer. Nurture their love for exploration and let them experience the fundamentals of space like never before – at Exploration Place!

  • Measure the distance between planets and build a model of our solar system
  • Create a constellation
  • Experiment with star formation
  • Simulate moonquakes
  • Meet someone who works in the aerospace fiel

$200 for Members, $235 for Non-Members

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July 22 - 26 Pokéworld Next Generation

Pokéworld Next Generation

Welcome to Pokéworld Next Generation! Here you will embark on a journey with the latest generations of Pokémon.

  • Make Dragon Spit Slime with Professor Deino!
  • Dive into the mechanics of Kite building with Professor Starly!
  • Create a tornado in a bottle  with Professor Diglett, while learning about natural disasters!
  • Meet real world dragons and hang out with our very own Shiver!

These Pokémon Professors are here to help you with the new generations of Pokémon being discovered. Start your adventure with us today!

$200 for Members, $235 for Non-Members

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July 29 - August 2 Prehistoric Predators

Prehistoric Predators

Your child will step into the shoes of a paleontologist through fun and immersive activities that teach about prehistoric eras. Campers will get their hands dirty digging for fossils and meet a real paleontologist!

  • Create a trace fossil to take a dinosaur footprint home 
  • Meet a paleontologist and learn about an active dinosaur dig
  • Concoct Velociraptor slime that teaches us why dinosaurs would spit at their enemies
  • Use paleontological tools to dig for real fossils and identify them using context clue

$200 for Members, $235 for Non-Members

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July 29 - Aug 2 Animal Caretakers

Animal Caretakers

From birds and sheep to snakes and turtles, all animals need to stay healthy. This camp is perfect for kids who love caring for, and learning about, animals. Structured as an imaginary veterinarian’s office, each day your child will learn about a new case that comes into the Exploration Place Clinic.

  • Learn how veterinarians treat a variety of ailments in animals
  • Use hands-on learning to understand animal body language
  • Build a set of wearable reptile eyes and view the world as they do
  • Meet animal visitors and talk with caretaker

$200 for Members, $235 for Non-Members

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August 5 - 9 LEGO & Beyond

LEGO & Beyond

What happens when you take a classic like LEGO and combine them with creativity, imagination and a little circuitry? Your creations come alive! Reimagine how to build and engineer plastic bricks by adding movement and a bit of illumination.

  • Take to the sky to protect your LEGO man from a 30-foot drop
  • Battle the sea in a LEGO boat cargo challenge
  • Connect the bricks with circuitry to light up your own LEGO build. 
  • Build your own LEGO zip line ride and test how fast it can go

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Summer Camps: 11 to 13-Year-Olds

May 28 - 31 Future Me, a Caped Crusader

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Future Me, a Caped Crusader

Super heroes are everywhere in the fictional city of Metropolis and right here in Wichita, Kansas!  Imagine yourself as a superhero. What will your super strength be? Each day, we’ll explore the super strengths of super heroes with hands-on activities.  Each day, you’ll enter one of Metropolis’ buildings and meet a superhero. 

Animal dissections are used in this camp. 

  • Enter the coroner’s lab and dissect an animal brain and eye to understand how they power Superman’s strengths
  • Test which exothermic reactions can power your superhero gadget
  • Design and build a bridge and test whether it can withstand the forces of power, wind and villains
  • Build and program a superhero robot
  • Explore the strengths of Wichita’s real super heroe

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June 3 - 7 Movie Magic

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Movie Magic

Aspiring filmmakers can unleash their creativity and learn the art of stop-motion and live-action filmmaking.  Our camp is designed to provide an exciting and educational experience encouraging participants to explore the magic of storytelling through the lens of a camera.  At the culmination of the workshop, each person will share their creation with their peers.  So grab your director’s cap and join us for a journey into the world of movie making.

  • Practice all elements of digital storytelling using multiple formats
  • Use forced perspective to appear giant compared to your friend
  • Manipulate unexpected items to recreate the sound effects in the movies
  • Create and edit a short film to showcase to family and friends at the end of the week

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June 10 - 14 LEGO Masters

LEGO Masters

From digital design to engineering structures, take LEGO skills to a new level. Develop machines, manipulate Apitor Robots and work with friends to build a Lego city that lights up! This camp focuses on the engineering process, problem-solving, programming and structural design.

  • Construct and program LEGO robotic catapult, dinosaur, or helicopter
  • Become the mayor of your own LEGO city that you wired for lights
  • Build a LEGO maze and challenge your friends to navigate it with a marble
  • Construct a zip line ride and test it to see how fast your mini-fig ride will go

 

 

June 17 - 21 Ocean Expedition

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Ocean Expedition

Immerse yourself in this week-long ocean expedition as we embark on a journey to understand more about the ocean and its inhabitants. Link up with live webcams around the world to see sharks in their natural habitat. Dive deeper than the light can go as you see how animals use bioluminescence to attract prey.

Animal dissections are included in this camp.

  • Dissect a sea creature 
  • Become bioluminescent just like the deep sea creatures do
  • Discover the challenges water pressure creates for deep exploration
  • Explore the different types of reefs, how they form and the role they play in our world
  • Explore how humans are impacting the oceans and create a solution to solve one of Earth’s biggest problem

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June 24 - 28 Robots in Action

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Robots in Action

Campers will use a variety of robotic programming and engineering skills to complete challenges. Each day will feature a new type of robotic element and challenge. Robotics in Action takes the learning off of the tablet or computer screen and into your child’s hands.

  • Code a maze and program an Ozobot to run the course
  • Build LEGO Mindstorm © robots using block coding to orchestrate the robot’s actions
  • Explore circuitry and learn problem-solving skills in the discovery process
  • Animate an Edison bot to overcome challenges through a series of building and coding exercises
  • Following a blueprint, build an automated K’nex Ferris wheel with an operational motor

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July 8 - 12 Mystery at the Museum

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Mystery at the Museum

Calling all detectives and super sleuths! We need your help to solve the museum mysteries. Work in a team to uncover evidence, piece together clues and find the culprit. With five different mysteries to solve, your camper will be a pro in no time.

  • Decipher clues for five mysteries
  • Sort through suspect interviews
  • Perform fingerprint and footprint analysis
  • Analyze handwriting and review a letter left at the scene
  • Learn about blood typing and sample collection

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July 15 - 19 Shark Tank Inventors

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Shark Tank Inventors

All great inventors set out to solve a problem. The airplane cut down the time it took to travel long distances. The cell phone connected people from all over the world without wires. The light bulb, wheel and zipper all solved problems… and the list goes on! Step into the shoes of the great inventors of past and present as you tackle an everyday problem and invent a solution.

  • Use artificial intelligence to gather information about your ideas 
  • Create a CAD mock-up of your idea 
  • Build a functioning prototype
  • Pitch ideas to investors
  • Use artificial intelligence to develop your marketing plan
  • Build an internet landing page for your product

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July 22 - 26 Mission to Mars

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Mission to Mars

In 2025, NASA will launch Artemis 3 which will send astronauts back to the Moon. While on the surface of the Moon, these astronauts will utilize different technologies that will help us reach a new destination… Mars! Join us on a Mission to Mars where we will…

  • Create a lunar habitat suitable for life
  • Collaborate with others to create a successful rover mission
  • Launch different models of rockets
  • Identify crustal material that contains criteria suitable for life
  • Design a water filtration system to purify water for drinking and growing plant

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July 29 - August 2 Archeological Adventures

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Archeological Adventures

Travel back in time to the fictional lost city of Quivera, Egypt. Discover how anthropologists and archeologists work together to unearth the past and use their findings to piece together what might have happened. This camp is combined with a literacy component and follows the fictional story of a young pharaoh who mysteriously disappears.

  • Perform archeological digs using grids and document found objects
  • Reconstruct broken pieces of pottery
  • Translate Egyptian hieroglyphics and decipher hidden messages
  • Create a pyramid using Egyptian engineering

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August 5 - 9 Finding the Force

Finding the Force

Make new friends and have fun exploring the science of Star Wars in a galaxy far, far away. At this interactive, hands-on camp you’ll get to: 

  • Build your own advanced lightsaber that lights up just like those of the Jedi. 
  • Construct and test a hovercraft. 
  • Make a Mandalorian Helmet 
  • Write  your own language for your world
  • Code a galaxy

$200 for Members, $235 for Non-Members

 

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Scholarships

Scholarships applications for the 2024 season are closed.

If your camper is eligible for free or reduced lunch, your family is receiving SNAP benefits or you have another barrier to attending, we encourage you to apply in 2025.

Camp Details & Refund Policy

Camp Schedule

Camp Schedule

  • Check-in: 7:30 am to 9:00 am
  • Camp activities are 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Check-out: 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm

*New for 2024 for Wichita camps*

To give parents flexible childcare options, before and after-care are available to all campers for no additional fee and with no additional paperwork. Drop your camper off as early as 7:30 am and pick up by 5:30 pm. The core camp activities will happen between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm. Additional fees will only be charged if you pick up your camper past the 5:30 pm cut off (see FAQs for details).

Get Ready for Camp

Get Ready for Camp

What to do:

  • Complete your paperwork before the first day! Check your email, click the link and complete all the required paperwork for your child’s camp before check-in on day one.
  • Wear closed-toe shoes and dress for the weather and activities. We will play outdoors and get messy!

What to bring:

  • Pack a lunch in a leak-resistant container with an ice pack if perishables are included. The lunch box and all items inside the lunch bag should labeled with the camper’s name.
  • Bring a water bottle labeled with the camper’s name.
  • No need to include snacks. We provide a healthy morning and afternoon snack for all campers.
  • Exploration Place Summer Camps are peanut and tree-nut free. Please do not pack nuts or nut butters in lunches.
Refund Policy

Refund Policy

We offer a full refund of your camp fee if you inform us at least two weeks (14 days) before the camp starts. In case of medical necessity, a major emergency, or military deployment any time before the camp begins, a full refund will be provided. If you decide to cancel 1 to 13 days before the camp, we are unable to refund your fee, but we are happy to transfer your registration to an available camp on a different date.

Contact Info

Contact Info

If you have questions about summer camps with Exploration Place, you may contact Bentley Richert at (316) 660-0650 or contact us online.

 

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Summer Camp FAQs

General Questions
  • What ages are included in Summer Camp and Edventure camps?

    Children are divided into groups based on age so the activities can be done in an age-appropriate manner.

    Ages for Summer Camp at Exploration Place

    • 6 – 8 Year old groups
    • 9 – 10 Year old groups
    • 11 – 13 Year old groups

    Ages for School’s Out Edventures at Exploration Place

    • 6 – 8 Year old groups
    • 9 – 10 Year old groups

    Ages for Exploration Place Travel Camps

    • 6 – 12 year old groups

    Children are divided into small groups of 2-4 and the STEM activities are adjusted based on the age of each group.

  • What is the cancellation policy?

    We offer a full refund of your camp fee if you inform us at least two weeks before the camp starts. In case of medical necessity, a major emergency, or military deployment any time before the camp begins, a full refund will be provided. If you decide to cancel 1 to 13 days before the camp, we are unable to refund your fee, but we are happy to transfer your registration to an available camp on a different date.

  • What is a typical camp day like? Is this the right camp for my child?

    Exploration Place camps are somewhat like school with 16 to 36 children and 2 to 4 counselors. The days are filled with fun hands-on STEM activities. Children do these activities as groups of 2 to 4 just like engineers and scientists.

    • You will have the clearest insight into your child’s comfort and capabilities. Trust your judgment on whether this setting will suit them.
    • We can’t offer refunds after camp has started.
    • Exploration Place camps are open to any child who has completed Kindergarten and is 6 years old.
    • We offer reasonable accommodations for children with disabilities. To request such, please reach out to our Camp Manager at (316) 660-0650.
  • What is the daily camp schedule?
    • Check-in: 7:30 am 9:00 am
    • Camp activities are 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
    • Check-out: 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

    *New for 2024*

    To give parents flexible childcare options during Summer Camp and School’s Out Edventures, before and after care are available to all campers for no additional fee and with no additional paperwork. Drop your camper off as early as 7:30 am and pick up by 5:30 pm. The core camp activities will happen between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm. Additional fees will only be charged if you pick up your camper past the 5:30 pm cut off (see FAQs for details).

  • Why did you eliminate the fees for before and after care?

    From the parent survey, we learned that parents and caregivers needed flexibility to drop off  children between 7:30 and 9:00 am and pick up between 4:00 and 5:30 pm. We heard you and have structured the program so that all campers have access to these benefits. Thank you for those who participated in the survey and helped us improve the program for all!

  • Can I drop off my child before 7:30 am or pick them up after 5:30 pm?

    Unfortunately, we cannot accept children before 7:30 am or care for them after 5:30 pm. Parents who pick up children after 5:30 pm should expect to pay additional fees. If a parent consistently picks up children after 5:30 pm, the child will not be permitted to return to camp.

  • Late arrivals (after 9:00 am) and early pickups (before 4:00 pm)

    Late arrivals (after 9:00 am) and early pickups (before 4:00 pm) are allowed. Please go to the front desk and ask for camp assistance.

  • What do campers do from 7:30 - 9:00 am and 4:00 - 5:30 pm?

    Campers enjoy supervised free play, crafts and games before and after camp. They are cared for by Exploration Place camp staff before the camp day begins. The core camp activities will happen between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm.

  • Do campers leave Exploration Place?

    This year, we expect construction to begin outside for the new outdoor amphitheater and destination playground. This means, we will be asking parents to sign permission slips for children to play outside at a partner site. Camp groups may also walk to the Keeper of the Plains adjacent to Exploration Place. Parents, must sign the field trip forms in CampDoc if they want to allow their children to play outside off the Exploration Place grounds.

  • What if I have concerns about safety during construction?

    All construction zones will be completely fenced off at all times to camp staff and campers as well as to the public.

  • Do campers spend any time outside?

    Yes! Weather permitting. If the heat index is 95 degrees Fahrenheit or higher or the wind chill temperature is below 20 degrees Fahrenheit campers remain inside. Please dress appropriately for the weather so your child can enjoy playing outside.

  • What should my camper bring and wear to camp?
    • Lunch, packed in a leak-resistant container and labeled with the camper’s name
    • A water bottle labeled with the camper’s name
    • Clothes that can get messy. Daily projects include glue, materials that can stain and opportunities for kids to get wet, sweaty or dirty.
    • Closed-toe shoes
    • • If the weather is cool or cold, bring a jacket. We play outside.

    Exploration Place Camps are peanut and tree-nut free. We ask that parents do not pack these items in camper lunches to avoid any allergies.

  • What should my camper leave at home?

    Unless a letter or special request comes from camp staff, campers should leave the following items at home:

    • Electronics, such as any internet-enabled device (phones, watches, iPads)
    • Gaming devices
    • Toys
    • Cards and tradables or collectible items

    If a child brings any of the above items, they will be asked to keep them in their backpacks for the duration of camp and before- and after-care hours. Exploration Place is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

  • My camper has special medical or behavioral needs. Whom do I contact?

    For any camper concerns, contact the Camp Director. There may be special forms that will need to be completed. You may reach the Camp Director at (316) 660-0650 or contact us online.

  • How do I reach the Camp Director?

    You can chat with the Camp Director at check-in or check-out. If you need to reach him during the camp day, please call (316) 660-0650.

Behavior Guidance and Parent Information
  • What are the behavior guidance and discipline policies for camp?

    Exploration Place’s philosophy of discipline is based on respect for each participant’s self-worth, sensible behavior boundaries with age-appropriate consequences and encouraging youth to manage their own behavior.

    All participants are expected to show respect for themselves and others; consideration for their own and others’ property; and to participate in the group activities.

    As you prepare for your child to attend camp, please read the Parent Information and Policies.

    If you have concerns about the quality of care, policies, or procedures, please contact the Senior Director of Education at (316) 660-0612.

Group Assignment and Classroom Questions
  • What is a typical camp day like? Is this the right camp for my child?

    Exploration Place camps are somewhat like school with 16 to 36 children and 2 to 4 counselors. The days are filled with fun hands-on STEM activities. Children do these activities as groups of 2 to 4 just like engineers and scientists.

    • You will have the clearest insight into your child’s comfort and capabilities. Trust your judgment on whether this setting will suit them.
    • We can’t offer refunds after camp has started.
    • Exploration Place camps are open to any child who has completed Kindergarten and is 6 years old.
    • We offer reasonable accommodations for children with disabilities. To request such, please reach out to our Camp Manager at (316) 660-0650.
  • What do I do if I need to speak to my camper’s group leader?

    Camp counselors and leaders are available during check-in and check-out. Other arrangements may be made to speak with a camp director if these times do not work. Parents are also encouraged to share any problems with the assistant camp director or the camp director via phone, email or in-person at any time during normal business hours. Email us at [email protected] or leave a message at (316) 660-0650.

  • Can siblings be in the same group?

    We take all requests into consideration. Our lesson plans are targeted to a specific age; if siblings or friends are the same age, they may be in the same group. The camp director has discretion over camper placement.

    Please make requests at least two weeks prior to your registered camp start date.

  • Are the activity plans available for me to look at?

    Lesson plans are proprietary. If you have specific questions or concerns, please contact the Camp Director with any concerns (316) 660-0650.

  • How many campers are in each room or group?

    Onsite camp groups each have 15-30 students. Each camp group is guided by 2-3 counselors. Additional staff float between rooms to support camper STEM and play activities, restroom runs, and brain breaks for children who need them.

  • Do campers go to the exhibits?

    Campers who attend camp at Exploration Place have scheduled time in the exhibits throughout the week.

  • Do campers go to the Dome and Live Science Shows?

    Campers who attend camp at Exploration Place go to Dome movies or Live Science Show when it applies to the week’s theme.

Lunch, Snacks and Drink Questions
  • Does my camper need to bring a lunch?

    Yes, campers should bring a lunch labeled with their names in a leak-proof container (no paper sacks), silverware if needed, with an ice pack. Microwaves are available as needed.

    Exploration Place Camps are peanut and tree-nut free. We ask that parents do not pack these items in camper lunches to avoid any allergies.

  • Can campers get lunch at the Snack Bar?

    No, lunch staff are not available to take campers to the Snack Bar.

  • Can I bring my camper a lunch?

    Yes, check with an Exploration Place staff member at check-in to confirm your camper’s lunch time. You are welcome to check out your camper for lunch, drop off lunch at the front desk or bring lunch to eat with your camper.

  • What if my child has food allergies?

    Exploration Place Camps are peanut and tree-nut free. We ask parents not to pack these items in lunches. If your camper has any food allergies, please share this with a staff member at check-in and add the information into CampDoc.

Registration Form Questions
COVID and Illness Questions

I cannot express how thankful we are that Alex is at Exploration Place camp this summer! It’s such a relief to know Alex is with people who genuinely care about their campers. The leaders and program are absolutely exceptional. He is so happy to go to camp each day!

Ellie F.