Choose from Eight Options
- $61 for the Diggin’ in the Dirt morning session July 6–10 ($100 value)
Students learn about rocks, minerals, and fossils while panning for gold and excavating a dinosaur-dig site.
- $61 for the Swimmin’ in the Stream morning session July 13–17 ($100 value)
Students learn about water conservation and reptiles.
- $61 for the Chillin’ at Home morning session July 20–24 ($100 value)
Students learn about different cultures across the globe, animals, and native plants.
- $61 for the Flyin’ in the Sky morning session July 27–31 ($100 value)
Students learn about creatures that fly, the weather, and how to dissect owl pellets.
- $91 for the Intro to Photography/Moviemaking afternoon session July 6–10 ($150 value)
Students learn the basics of photography and filmmaking using their cell phones.
- $91 for the All About Energy afternoon session July 13–17 ($150 value)
Students learn about nuclear energy, electricity, and alternative energy sources and cook snacks using a solar oven.
- $91 for the Environmental Science afternoon session July 20–24 ($150 value)
Students learn about humans’ impact on the earth, compositing, and how to minimize their carbon footprints.
- $91 for the Zombie Apocalypse Survival afternoon session July 27–31 ($150 value)
Students learn how to prepare for zombie attack through surviving in the wilderness, knowing first aid, and scavenging food.
Jurupa Mountain Discovery Center
The silhouette of a Columbian Mammoth, lumbering down the mountain, is outlined by pure blue sky at Jurupa Mountain Discovery Center. If you tilt your head upward, you might catch a glimpse of a Pteranodon, or the massive skeleton of a Brachiosaurus.
These sculptures of dinosaurs, as well as gardens, rocks, and minerals, all await the curious at Jurupa Mountain Discovery Center, a hidden gem where hands-on learning and education are second only to the magnificence of nature. An earth museum onsite invites kids to learn more about the planet, develop an appreciation for nature, and even pan for gold or find fossils to take home.