SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Camp Dreamtree, commissioned by Scottsdale Public Art, is a free community art activity for children of all ages to explore, learn, and wonder.
The installation is open and free to the public during regular library hours until July 31.
3TV's Heidi Goitia checked it out.
Artists Roy Wasson and Koryn Woodward talked about the inspiration behind creating the camp and developing the achievement trails for kids to explore.
Kids of all ages are invited to become a part of Camp Dreamtree's history by becoming Dreamscouts who pledge their love of books, nature, and the utmost respect for wonder.
The camp is an ever-changing, creative ground that has four Dream Houses -- the Fire House in the north, the Water House in the south, the Scroll House in the east, and the Wonder House in the west.
Each house has activities for kids to complete and collect achievements.
Scottsdale Public Art - Camp Dreamtree at Scottsdale Civic Center Library
3839 N. Drinkwater Blvd.; Scottsdale, AZ 85251