The Eileen Collins Aerospace Camp
Annual Summer Camp 2012
This camp is a week long day camp with one overnight. The focus of the camp is to increase the students' understanding of and passion for flight in all forms. Held at the Soaring Capital of America, this camp includes a ride in a sailplane (motorless aircraft), a Cessna, a tethered hot-air balloon ride, rocketry, science experiments, and overnight stay in the museum, and trips to local area aviation and science museums.
Trips include the Glen Curtis Museum, the Museum of Science and Technology in Syracuse, and Cornell Space Craft Imaging Center. For more information, go to www.soaringmuseum.org. Camp tuition is $400 per camper, with partial scholarships available. Read more about our camp.
Camp Dates: 2012 Dates:
July 16 – 20 Boys Week
July 23- 27 Girls Week
Ages: Grades 3-5
Sponsor: National Soaring Museum
Location: Elmira, New York