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COVID-19 Status

Calvert County Government is taking all necessary measures to protect public health and welfare. It is important to follow public health recommendations, advisories and protective actions to slow the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and limit the number of people infected.  Most current information is on the Calvert County COVID-19 VIrtual Resource Center.

Programs have been canceled through May 17, 2020 and we will re-evaluate as new information is available. 

Most County parks are closed. Those that are open with adjusted hours are open to Calvert County residents only.
Please check the Calvert County Natural Resources Park Hours page for updates on park operations.

Registration for July-September programs opens May 4 for Members, May 18 for Nonmembers.
Join today to take advantage of the early registration period.

The schedule of events is subject to changed based on the status of the coronavirus response, weather, staffing, and other situations that may arise. If Calvert Nature Society or Calvert County Natural Resources Division cancels a program, a full refund will be issued.

Summer Camp: Nature Photography Camp (4th-6th grades)

  • 07/22/2013
  • 9:00 AM
  • 07/26/2013
  • 3:00 PM
  • Flag Ponds, Cypress Swamp, and Kings Landing Parks
  • 0


Members Only Registration Until March 15.

To be eligible for Member's Rates, you must be a current member AND your email must match that found in our on-line membership database.
If you are a member and can't register as a member, please email Anne Sundermann ( call the office 410-535-5327 to verify your email and contact information.
Registration is closed

Nature Photography Camp
For Children entering grades 4-6

Location (varies by day)

Mon: Flag Ponds Nature Park  9am-3pm
Tues: Kings Landing Park  9am-3pm
Wed: Battle Creek Cypress Swamp 9am-3pm
Thurs: Flag Ponds Nature Park 9am-3pm
Fri: Flag Ponds Nature Park 9am-3pm followed by a potluck feast and photography exhibit.

Immerse yourself in nature as you capture the wonders of Calvert County Parks on camera.  In addition to the typical fun camp activities, you will learn camera basics and picture-taking tips, and will have a blast exploring the bay, the river, the cypress trees, and much, much more.  There will be endless opportunities to photograph wildflowers and animals, including special appearances by the nature center's live animal collection. 

After camp on Friday families are invited to a potluck feast to celebrate and admire campers' work. 

Campers are required to provide their own digital camera.

Camp Information Letter, Supply List and Schedule (pdf)

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