These camps cover the life skills they won’t learn in school.
Corte Madera summer camp creates a fun and positive experience with a variety of activities from indoor/outdoor games, sports, arts and crafts, cooking, volunteer opportunities, and special guest visits.
Ages 5-12, 415.927.5072
Join us at Marin Horizon’s Summer Camp for a summer of friends, fun, and academics. We have a new and engaging theme each week including: Mighty Explorers (June 20-23), Rainbow Bonanza (June 26-30), Mad Scientists (July 5-7), Dots and Circles (July 10-14), Little Chefs (July 17-21), and Imagination Station (July 24-28). Regular hours are 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Extended care hours are 8:30-9:00 a.m. and 3:00-4:30 p.m.
Ages 3-7, 415.388.8408
At the Pine Point Kids Cooking Camp kids learn kitchen safety, cleanliness, how to use and care for kitchen equipment, planning balanced meals and nutrition, and basic culinary techniques.
Ages 9-12, 415.332.4352
The Point Bonita YMCA has full day programs that incorporate outdoor education, STEAM, art, and recreation activities.
Ages 5-12, 415.331.9622
From robotics, baking, storytelling, and basketball, the Sonoma Academy summer camp has activities for every kid.
Ages 10-14, 707.545.1770
Slide Ranch summer camps offer nature connection and safety with unique hands-dirty opportunities for experiential learning, growing and fun on a working ranch.
Ages 3-13, 415.381.6155
Corte Madera, Santa Rosa
At Steve and Kate’s Camp kids choose from a variety of activities including sewing, stop-motion animation, music, sports and recreation, makers crafts, bread making, and more.
Ages 4-13, 415.604.0078
Cascade Canyon School, Fairfax / HV Community Center, Scott Valley Club, Mill Valley
Camp Funderblast is a local day camp that focuses on fun and making sure each child feels loved, supported, and seen.
Ages 4-11, 415.843.1730