About the Program
Hosted in the Naval Aviation Museum, (FAD Area), and taught by certified teachers, campers will learn the fundamentals of flight, and expand their knowledge of Naval Aviation history through tours of exhibits, aircraft and hands-on fun and instruction in math and science. This unique aviation-themed STEM day camp is open to children entering 5th and 6th grade.
Campers get to build and launch their own rocket, build gliders, watch a Blue Angels practice, and experience movies in our Giant Screen Theater! In addition, another highlight is our pairing with NASP Volunteer Officers who lead campers daily in-flight instruction, flying F-35s’ in our Sims Bay! All these cool activities are packed into week-long sessions, each summer we offer 8 weekly sessions to choose from! Sessions fill quickly, follow the link below to register.
Camp fees are $175 per camper, per session (Sessions: M-F, 9:00 – 3:00) and Military Families receive a 20% discount, ($140.00 per camper), redeemable at checkout. Parents will need to arrange daily transportation for their child to and from camp and pack a lunch and snack for their child daily.
Campers will receive a “Flight Adventure Deck” t-shirt, lanyard, name badge, log book, rocket, various crafts, and an amazing summer camp experience! Weekly capacity is 35 campers per session.
Note: Backpacks and similar items are not allowed in the Museum (exceptions are small diaper bags, purses, camera bags, fanny packs, and medicine bags); all bags are subject to search by the NAS Base Security and or a visible inspection by Museum staff or qualified volunteers.