The multisport camp is a combination of the rock climbing and kayaking camp, the first 3 days kids are dropped off at our larkspur location from 8:30–9 am:
The 2nd to last day we meet at Ring Mt in Tiburon for climbing, and then the very last day concludes with climbing at the top of Mt Tam. (throughout the week parents usually figure out a car pool for the last day, as drop off/ pick up is on the East Peak of Mt Tam)… Pick up is 3:00-3:30pm… Pleases find dates, cost, and more info bellow.
Multi Sport (3 days Kayaking, 2 days Rock climbing) North Bay
7th–9th Grade Camps: July 16–20, August 13–17
4th–6th Grade Camps: June 25–29, July 30–August 3
Cost: $425.00 Hours: 8:30 am–3:30 pm
Kayaking only North Bay (Corte Madera Creek)
7th–9th Grade Camps: July 16–18, August 13–15
4th-6th Grade Camp: June 25–27, July 30–August 1
Cost: $285. Hours: 8:30am–3:30pm
Rock Climbing only North Bay (Mt Tam, Ring Mt)
7th–9th Grade Camps: July 18–20, August 16–17
4th–6th Grade Camps: June 28–29, August 2–3
The adventure begins when you drop your child off at Sea Trek in Sausalito on Monday morning and ends when we return to Sausalito from our expedition in Tomales Bay on Friday afternoon. Campers will learn expedition kayaking skills while paddling in Tomales Bay along the Pt. Reyes National Seashore. By paddling, camping and playing together they will experience the kind of bonding that can last a lifetime. We camp on remote beaches watching the sun rise in the morning and sitting by the campfire gazing at the stars at night. We'll glide past Tule elk feeding by the shore and see the plethora of wildlife that make this bay their home. Check back soon for more info.
Sailing Education Adventures’ Sail Camp is one of the best ways for children to learn to sail in The Bay Area. It offers intensive instruction on 14’ sailboats, as well as lessons on boat safety and seamanship. And most importantly, Sail Camp fosters teamwork and self reliance.
There will be an open house on May 11, 2013 from 11 am-3 pm.
Sail Camp Basic/Intermediate:
Located at Marin Yacht Club, San Rafael
Session I: June 17-28
Session II: July 1-12
Session III: July 15-26
Session IV: July 29-August 9
Summer Sail Camp is Sailing Education Adventure's primary program for teaching youth sailing to youths during summer vacation. The US Sailing Certified program is based at the calm and protected harbor of the Marin Yacht Club in San Rafael. Click here for more Youth Sailing.
Ross Recreation Summer Camps
June 17- July 26
At Ross School
6 – one week sessions M-F
“Remember when Summer was just for FUN?” Join us this Summer for some good, old-fashion camp fun!
For the younger kids each week is built around a new theme explored through arts & crafts, singing, dancing, building, cooking, playing, yoga, physical activity and lots of fun and laughter. A weekly "Special Guest” will entertain with pirates, puppets, guitars, magic, or bubbles. Every Friday will be Splish-Splash Water Play day on the field. Camp Safari (3-4 years), Kinder Camp (Entering Kindergarten), and Camp Imagine (6-9 years) 9am- 1pm
The older kids can go to Top Gun Sports Camp (7-12 years) and Top Gun II (12-14 years) where they play every sport all day long. Once per week they take a field trip to a Giant’s or A’s game, Qzar, Driven Raceway etc. Walk to COM pool to swim Fri. 9am–3/5pm
Spend some time at sea this summer! Call of the Sea, an educational non-profit based in Sausalito, is offering a Voyage Camp designed for students ages 12–18 to take part in three- and five-day summer sea voyages to explore the waters of the San Francisco Bay and Beyond!These three-and five-day overnight seagoing adventures challenge and teach teenagers the ways of the ocean. Under the guidance of a professional captain and crew, students learn to sail a classic sailing vessel as a team. Dependent on weather, wind and tide instead of social pressures and electronic entertainment, they gain an appreciation and respect for the ocean environment. All participants will learn steering, navigating, standing watch, and helping in the galley as students become one with the rhythm of a ship at sea.