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Kids learn about nature, archery, kayaking at Camp Carver

Madison Vick, Charlie Fleischhacker and Jack Hair are excited to search for their fellow campers during "Sardines." (Staff photo by Tyler Springer)1 / 5
Campers participate in a round of the game "Sardines," counting to 100 as other campers go to hide. (Staff photo by Tyler Springer)2 / 5
A group of campers follow their counselor along a trail. (Staff photo by Tyler Springer)3 / 5
Campers help carry the archery equipment back to the main pavillion. (Staff photo by Tyler Springer)4 / 5
Dylan Hughes, 13, and Alex Zamarripa, 14, who are leaders in training, practice their archery skills after the campers have finished. (Staff photo by Tyler Springer)5 / 5

Kids learned to kayak and tried their hands at archery at the first week of Camp Carver.

And Woodbury Parks and Recreation is just getting started at Carver Lake Park and Beach. All summer long, kids head to the woods for nature explorations, dunk under the water at the lake and beach, and play games in the grass and courts in one of Woodbury's favorite parks. There are team challenges to be won, fish to be caught, and food cooked over the fire.

Camp Carver activities occur, rain or shine.

Space is available at remaining camps, which run through mid-August.

For more information, go to or call (651) 714-3583.