Nature Camps, Classes & Programs

For ages 1-adult

Environmental Education combats “Nature Deficit Disorder” and it’s FUN! By exposing children to nature and allowing them to learn and play outside, environmental education fosters sensitivity, appreciation, and respect for the environment.

Peck Farm Park, the Geneva Park District’s environmental education facility, offers nature classes and programs for all ages. Come explore with us, and cultivate a life-long connection to the amazing world around you.


Does your family love animals, being outside, and learning new things? Join us for animal encounters, nature story times, nature explorations, and more. 

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Scout Badge Programs

Peck Farm Park offers Girl Scout and Boy Scout Badge programs, including Between Earth and Sky, Amazing World of Bugs, Wonders of Water, Geocaching, Animal Habitats, Gardener, Sky is the Limit Adventure, Backyard Jungle Adventure, Grow Something Adventure, A Super Science Adventure, Into the Wild Adventure, and more! Staff can also customize programs for your specific needs. Most programs are held outdoors.

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Day Off Camp Coyote

Get outside and experience the incredible natural world! Camp includes nature lessons and crafts or other activities, plus a hike. Each day will be exciting and different. Please bring a peanut-free snack and a drink. Make sure kids are dressed for the weather and wearing clothes that can get dirty. Many activities take place outdoors!

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Volunteer at Peck Farm Park

Opportunities for nature-lovers include assisting with special events, nature programs, environmental projects, the Butterfly House, and more. Call 630-262-8244 for more information.

Click here for a Volunteer Application

Become a Certified Naturalist

Be a part of Kane County’s fastest-growing nature-education program for adults. Promote awareness and citizen stewardship of natural resources through science-based education and community service. Free information sessions and classes are held seasonally. The Kane County Naturalist Program is a cooperative venture of the Forest Preserve District of Kane County, the St. Charles Park District, and the Geneva Park District. For more information, call 630-262-8244.