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Join the Marine Mammal Center for Seals & Slippers Camping Night

An evening of fun camping out and enjoying the after-hour scene with barking seals and sea lions.



Courtesy of the Marine Mammal Center

Camp with The Marine Mammal Center in the Marin Headlands!

Camp out under the stars, enjoy special after-hour activities and wake up to the sound of barking sea lions at the Marine Mammal Center’s Seals & Slippers, for kids ages 6-12 and their families. This unique overnight program begins with a delicious dinner, followed by the opportunity to observe the seals and sea lions as they enjoy their evening meal. Kids will get to explore the animal care and science that happens behind-the-scenes at the Center.  

As the stars come out, kids can roast s’mores and camp out with family in the outdoor courtyard, sleeping under “Indra's Net,” a special art exhibit. In the morning, families will awaken to a continental breakfast and a guided hike around Rodeo Lagoon and Rodeo Beach.

Sleepovers Include:

  • Overnight stay in the outdoor courtyard
  • Observe seals and sea lions at their evening feeding session
  • Dinner, dessert and continental breakfast
  • Guided Hike around Rodeo Lagoon
  • Special behind-the-scenes activities (no direct animal interaction)
  • 10% off in the gift store

About the Center

The Marine Mammal Center is dedicated to expanding knowledge about marine mammals, their health and that of their ocean environment. The core work is that of rescue and rehabilitation of sick and injured marine mammals.

If You Go:

November 21-22

$85/person, group discounts available. Reservations required.

The Marine Mammal Center

2000 Bunker Road, Sausalito.

415.289.7330

marinemammalcenter.org

*Attendees must bring their own tent and items for sleeping outside


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