Through our partnership with Friends of Warner Parks, in cooperation with Metro Parks, we have connected children to Nature. Children grow a true love and affinity for Percy Warner Park and Edwin Warner Parks through exploring the parks and learning about the plants and animals. Camp Warner Park believes in supporting education, conservation and volunteerism to the parks, $10 of every camp registration goes to support Friends of Warner Parks. Check out the many organizations, full of outdoor enthusiasts, that support the camp program.
We would like to thank our partners and encourage you to go to their websites to learn more about these great programs.
Friends of Warner Parks is dedicated to the preservation, protection, and stewardship of Percy and Edwin Warner Parks. They work to protect the natural and historical integrity of the area by supporting appropriate recreational activities, maintaining and enhancing the Parks’ features, and promoting programs that inspire appreciation and conservation of the Parks. They love helping our Campers fall in love with the outdoors through nature education.
The Warner Park Nature Center is a great place for our Campers to learn about the importance of respecting the environment, caring for wildlife habitats, and conserving our precious natural resources. Their variety of nature education programs and interactive exhibits keep young minds active, engaged, and always ready to learn more.
The Harpeth River Watershed Association (HRWA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and restoring the ecological health of the Harpeth River and its Watershed. Their work brings together the expertise of the scientific community, the experience of their staff, and the dedication of volunteers to make sure the Harpeth River remains a beautiful place for people and wildlife to enjoy! They visit Camp to talk about water conservation, and tell our Campers all about the animals and plants that call the Harpeth Home.
Walden’s Puddle provides care and treatment to sick, injured and orphaned Native Tennessee Wildlife. They are the only professionally-staffed wildlife rehabilitation and education facility in Middle Tennessee. They do not charge for services, and they receive no federal or state funding. Walden’s Puddle staff love visiting Warner Park Campers and introducing them to local wildlife
The Mission of the Metropolitan Nashville Park Police is to ensure that the city’s parks and greenways remain safe for all persons to enjoy. Our Campers love meeting these brave men and women who serve our community (not to mention their beautiful horses)!
Urban Green Lab is a local nonprofit that strives to improve community well-being through sustainable living. Urban Green Lab staff loves engaging our Campers and teaching them how to be good stewards of the natural environment and live sustainably.
The Mission of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) is to preserve, conserve, manage, protect, and enhance the fish and wildlife of the state and their habitats for the use, benefit, and enjoyment of the citizens of Tennessee and its visitors. They foster the safe use of our state’s waters through a program of law enforcement, education, and access.TWRA staff teach our campers all about outdoor safety, and the importance of conservation.
Professor Miller loves studying the relationship between animals and their natural environment. She helps our Campers understand the important connection between preserving a natural habitat and caring for the wildlife who live there.
Owls, vultures, and hawks, oh my! Raptor’s Roost Nature Education brings the excitement of Tennessee’s local raptors and carrion birds right to our Campers. They help us learn that every animal is important to their ecosystem!
The Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of facilities and programs throughout Davidson County. Currently, Metro Park oversees 15,114 acres of open space, including 184 parks and 85 miles of greenway. There’s something for everyone in Metro Nashville Parks. We offer after school programs for kids, senior programs, special population programs, cultural arts classes, fitness classes, dog parks, a variety of trails, nature programs, sports leagues, ice hockey, art galleries, and much more.