Coastal Classroom

Teens can “get their feet wet” in some of New York’s coastal hot spots while studying New York City’s dynamic aquatic ecosystem.

Situated within the Long Island Sound watershed at Kaiser Park in Coney Island and Hallet’s Cove in Long Island City, participants delve into New York City’s waterfront and explore the world beneath the waves through hands-on programming. See the present state of our water resources and get a glimpse into the challenges of future preservation efforts.

Coastal Classroom for Summer Camps
July 7 - August 1, 2014

Each week during July, up to eight lucky summer camp groups from local community organizations join CPF scientists at the shore to study coastal ecology. Don waders, grab a net and receive up to 10 low-cost hours of fun-filled, water-based science instruction.

Based at Kaiser Park, Coney Island, Brooklyn and Hallet’s Cove, Long Island City, Queens

Interested in bringing your summer campers? Contact 

Coastal Classroom Free Summer Institute
This three-week summer intensive offers a wide-range of exciting, hands-on opportunities and field experiences designed to explore diverse aquatic habitats throughout New York City.  Learn the science and stewardship behind caring for New York’s coast, free of charge.

August 4 – August 21, 2014
Monday - Thursday, 9am-3pm
Based at Kaiser Park, Coney Island, Brooklyn and Hallet's Cove, Long Island City, Queens

Interested in being part of Coastal Classroom Summer Institute this summer? Click here to download the application.