New Nature Day Camp for kids will focus on native tribes of Alabama

Cullman Parks, Recreation & Sports Tourism

CULLMAN, Ala. – In celebration of the Stories of Alabama, the North Alabama Agriplex; Cullman Parks, Recreation & Sports Tourism; Alabama Mountains, Rivers & Valleys Resource Conservation & Development Council; Echota Cherokee Tribe; and Cullman County Soil & Water Conservation District are hosting Nature Day Camp this summer, July 18-19.

Nature Day Camp will focus on native tribes of Alabama especially the Echota Cherokee Tribe, who will host the camp at its Falkville tribal lands.  Messages of conservation will tie the camp together through stories, hiking, native crafts, canoeing and more.  

Targeting ages 10-14, the camp will drop off and pick up at the Cullman Civic Center.  The campers will travel to the WaterWorks Center for Environmental Education in Hartselle, Hurricane Creek Park and the Echota Cherokee Lands.  

The cost of camp is $35 and includes lunch, snacks, T-shirt and all supplies. 

To register, visit:  

For more information, call 256-297-1044.  There is limited space.