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South Abaco Camp Information (Crossing Rocks and Sandy Point) 




We are proud to announce that FRIENDS will be traveling to the South Abaco communities of Crossing Rocks and Sandy Point this summer 2024! Please see below for details relating to each camp. If you have any questions, please contact us at

Crossing Rocks:

Location: TBD

Date/Time: Monday July 29th and Tuesday July 30th - 9:00am-3:00pm

Wednesday July 31st, 9:00am-12:00pm

Ages: 8-12

Sandy Point:

Location: TBD

Date/Time: Wednesday August 1st, 2:00pm-5:00pm

Thursday August 2nd and Friday August 3rd, 9:00am-3:00pm

Ages: 8-12

Please note for our North and South camps, we are limited to 22 campers per camp! This is due to space we have available in our vans for field trips, and for your children's safety. These camps are FREE of charge and lunch is provided daily. See you soon!

FRIENDS’ environmental summer camps are an exciting opportunity for Bahamian students to learn more about Abaco’s environment and spend time in the outdoors. The camps are structured so that half the time is spent doing constructive games, crafts and other activities, and the remainder of the time is spent outdoors exploring the very places they are learning about.

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FRIENDS encourages campers to take action in their communities by participating in at least one beach cleanup. During this time, data is recorded on how much trash they are picking up, what kind of trash it is and more. This awareness helps them be more mindful in their communities. 


Campers get the chance to explore their environment by going on field trips to the mangroves, coral reefs, sandy beaches, rocky shores, blue holes and more. During this time they learn about animals that live within the ecosystem they're visiting, adaptation to certain environmental conditions and importance of the ecosystem itself. 

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Campers are able to channel their inner creativity through a variety of activities associated with ecosystems they're learning about. Making reusable coral reef bags, outlining a mangrove ecosystem or creating their own blue hole are just some of these activities. Putting their own personal touch on what they learned helps it stick!

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