Organizations & Facilities

5 organizations or facilities in Lethbridge for Nature & Outdoor Programs.

Coulee Critters Forest & Nature School

Coulee Critters is an entirely outdoor, nature-based program for children ages 3-10 where the premise for the day-to-day activities is play and exploration. The program is play-based, child-led, and experiential. This 3 hour program is designed to provide children with opportunities to build an on-going relationship with the land, to a dedicated educator, to one another, and to themselves through regular and repeated access to the same natural space. We meet, play, and explore in Indian Battle Park.
  • Program / Class

Lethbridge Plays

The Lethbridge Play Charter was adopted to educate and move towards a community that embraces play, including riskier and child-led play. The benefits of play are life-long and play is encouraged throughout everyone's life! Play can be indoor and outdoor, physical and creative, and solitary or with others. Check out our website for activities, events, programs and ideas! Email us to be added to our email list!

  • Non-Profit Organization

University of Lethbridge Summer Camps

Horns Recreation is proud to provide a wide variety of week long summer camps for youth ages 6 - 18 yrs old. Camps include; Aquatic, Art, Badminton, Basketball, Climbing, Drama, Fencing, Mountain Bike, outdoor Adventure Youth, Multi-Activity, Ringette, Soccer and Track & Field. There is sure to be something for everyone in the family.

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Helen Schuler Nature Centre

Join us for a variety of public programs for children and adults, including Junior Naturalists, Extreme by Nature, Ask a Naturalist and Sunday Nature Walks.

The Nature Centre hosts 3 nature-based exhibits each year, has a extensive resource library and delivers environmental education programs. A place that keeps you coming back for more!

Mission: To have a community engaged in Nature Appreciation.

  • Public Facility

Chinook Outdoor Club

Based in Lethbridge, Alberta, the Chinook Outdoor Club or COC organizes full day trips for its members to hike, scramble, cycle, back-country ski, telemark and snowshoe in the Southern Alberta Rockies. Our destinations include Waterton National Park, Glacier National Park (Montana), the Castle River drainage, the Crowsnest Pass and the Upper Oldman River area. We ask that participants in our COC outings be well-equipped for the mountains, and fit and able to hike or ski for up to eight hours. Since 1971, Chinook Outdoor Club members have been exploring the hills and mountains to the west of Lethbridge. Our active, hardcore COC members are generally over forty – with a few younger exceptions – and we go to the mountains every Saturday or Sunday. The Chinook Outdoor Club would love to share its knowledge of the local mountains with new members. COC invites newcomers to participate in one or two outings as guests, to see if you like what we are doing.

  • Association / Club

Parks & Open Spaces

19 parks or open spaces in Lethbridge may have amenities suitable for Nature & Outdoor Programs.

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