Campers take part in water activities at The WaterFront Center in Oyster Bay

From starfish to horseshoe crabs, campers at the

From starfish to horseshoe crabs, campers at the WaterFront Center learn about sea creatures.

OYESTER BAY - News 12 Long Island's series 12 Weeks of Summer is highlighting many of the summer camps across Long Island this week. Erin Colton enjoyed some fun in the water at The WaterFront Center in Oyster Bay.

The WaterFront Center was created in 2000. Today, it's home to an environmental education and recreation nonprofit community center. 

The center offers a summer program that aims to engage youth through habitat exploration, beach activities, marine arts and sciences. 

They have on-the-water activities including rowing, kayaking and sailing on Christeen, a National Historic Landmark and the oldest surviving Oyster Sloop in North America.

The WaterFront Center also offers a variety of programs suited to sailors of all abilities and ages.

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