French Broad RiverCamp seeks to educate and empower the next generation of watershed stewards. FBRC provides a week of river and watershed exploration for rising 3rd-8th grade students. Guided by RiverLink staff, campers will engage in hands-on environmental education, river recreation, and service-learning projects. By the end of the week campers will have a new found appreciation and love for their watershed.
We want our camp to be available for everyone, so we offer a limited number of scholarships for campers each year. These scholarships will take 90% off the price of a session. To qualify your child must be part of the free and reduced lunch program, or you must be able to prove financial need. Please check back later for the scholarship application.
We do roughly the same activities at each week of camp, so we recommend only signing up for one session. Aftercare is available until 5:30 each day, it’s free of charge for any campers that need it. Make sure to check out the 2020 Parent Packet for more information.
Scholarship applications are included in the regular registration.
June 15 – 19 | 6th – 8th Grade
July 6 – 10 | 6th – 8th Grade
June 22 – 26 | 3rd – 5th Grade
July 13 – 17 | 3rd – 5th Grade
Ecologists: We learn about what makes our stream and river ecosystems tick.
Naturalists: We take time every day to make observations and appreciate our surroundings.
Adventurers: We raft, swim and hike throughout the watershed.
Wildlife biologists: We search for life in our forests, rivers, and urban communities.
Environmental stewards: We work to make a positive change in our environment, and spread love for nature.