Moundville Summer Day Camp is a weeklong program that teaches children, ages 9-13, Native American Arts and Lifeways. Located at Moundville Archaeological Park, the activities during the camp include museum and park tours, videos, storytelling, nature hikes, sampling Native American foods, learning to play Native American games, creating several art and craft projects, including pottery, jewelry, gourds crafts, and many more. Please do not allow your students to wear clothing that cannot be stained. We tend to get a little messy. Either send another change of clothing or a smock to cover clothing.
Moundville Archaeological Park is located at 634 Mound State Parkway, Moundville, Alabama 35474
Date and Time
Moundville Summer Day Camp is being held the week of June 13 through June 17 and programming will be from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm each day.
Cost for the Moundville Summer Day Camp is $275 for non-museum members and $250 for museum members. Museum members, please email Lisa Rasco at email@example.com to receive a coupon code to use for discount. To become a UA Museums’ Supporting Member, please visit our online form.
How to Register
The deadline to enroll is (2) two weeks before start date of each session. No walk-up enrollments. No exceptions.
Enrollees and their parents agree to abide by UA COVID mandates and Moundville Archaeological Park guidelines. There is a no refund policy for this camp.