What the Spring Break Eco-Adventure Means To Us
Austin Youth River Watch goes beyond traditional environmental education. River Watchers don’t just learn about water quality, they immerse themselves in nature, fostering a lifelong connection with the outdoors. The Spring Break Eco-Adventure is a pivotal moment where a year’s worth of lessons culminate in a transformative, 6-day camping trip.
For many students, this will be their first camping trip, their first road trip, and their first experience with activities like pitching a tent and building a fire. Your support will provide them with an opportunity to step outside their comfort zones, explore the world beyond Austin, and gaze at a sky filled with stars—a truly memorable experience.
Camping at Lake Ouachita State Park
Fishing barge excursion on Lake Ouachita
Visit Hot Springs National Park
Hiking the Ouachita Mountains
Explore the history of Little Rock
S’mores & Campfire Stories
What Your Support Means To Us
Your donations help us in our mission to provide free, accessible, and inclusive outdoor adventure opportunities. Adventure trips often involve costs such as transportation, accommodation, meals, and activity fees. Donations help cover these expenses.