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Find the perfect summer camp for your kids in our Marin Summer Camp Guide! Browse a wide range of summer camps throughout Marin County and the San Francisco Bay Area—you're bound to find a camp that's ideal for your child.

You can browse by camp activities, grade level, and location. If we've omitted your camp or you'd like to update your camp information please add a new listing here or contact us. (All listings require administrative approval.) You can also advertise your summer camp with us for even more exposure. Find out more about advertising your summer camp here.

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There's Still Time to Learn to Code with MV Code Club This Summer

July 23, 2017

MV Code Club Summer Camp

There's still time to learn to code this summer! MV Code Club has space available in many of its fun summer camps for the month of August. Kids in 1st through 10th grade can create video games, experiment with robotics, learn STEM and STEAM skills, improve math, science, and problem-solving abilities, and more! Campers don't just sit in front of a computer monitor for a week—they also participate in fun outdoor games and team-building activities. Check out their website for a full list of available camps.

There's Still Time to Sign Up for an Awesome Summer Camp in Marin!

July 11, 2017

Avid4 Adventure Bike CampPhoto: Avid4 Adventure

It's July, and that summer camp you didn't sign the kids up for is looking pretty good right now. Don't panic! Many awesome summer camps throughout Marin still have some spots left so you kids can have some summer fun and you can get a break.

Here are a few local summer camps that have still have space available in July and August. If one looks good to you, don't wait—camps can fill up fast!

  • TinkerTech offers Superhero Maker Camp from July 17–21 at Novato's Loma Verde Elementary School and Maker and Robot Camps at San Domenico School in San Anselmo from July 24–28.

Summertime Adventure for the Littlest Campers in Mill Valley

June 28, 2017

Marin Mommies presents a sponsored article from Avid4 Adventure which offers summer camps for kids from pre-K to 12th grade in Mill Valley, as well as Oakland, Palo Alto and Saratoga. Learn more at avid4.com.

This summer, even the youngest campers can have an adventurous fun time with the camps offered in Mill Valley for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and first graders by Avid4 Adventure. Choose from Discovery for pre-K, Explorer for kids in kindergarten and first grade, and Learn to Bike, for pre-K through first grade.

Create Art to Wear at the Rolling Hills Club in Novato

June 15, 2017

Art to Wear Rolling Hills Club

This month, the Rolling Hills Club in Novato debuts an all-new summer camp: Art to Wear! For kids ages 5 to 12, Art to Wear lets campers create unique and stylish works of art, including clothing and jewelry. Kids will experiment with different media to make three unique pieces of jewelry and work with fabric dyes and paints to create one-of-a-kind fashions. Art to Wear camp takes place Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, June 19, 21, and 23 from 9 am to 4 pm.

Splash, Play, and Learn at the Rolling Hills Club Summer Camps

April 18, 2017

Rolling Hills Club Summer Camps

Looking for a fun camp for your kids this summer? Novato's Rolling Hills Club has been a favorite spot for summer fun for many Marin families for decades, and this season the club offers a full program of exciting and active summer camps for kids ranging in age from 3 to 13. Campers will enjoy plenty of traditional camp activities as well as STEAM based programming. (They'll learn something new every day and not even know it!)

Explore Windrush Farm for Family Fun

April 3, 2017

Windrush Farm

This weekend we had the chance to take a tour of Windrush Farm outside Petaluma. This working farm, sited on 25 rolling acres of green fields, is home to a both variety of animals, including sheep, goats, alpacas, and chickens, and some fantastic family programs, like music classes, summer camps, and more. It's a beautiful place, especially on a sparkling clear and warm spring day. It's an amazing educational resource that feels like it's a world away but is only a 20-minute drive from Novato.

We met up with Arann Harris, who organizes the educational programs on the farm, which his mother, writer Mimi Luebbermann, founded over 20 years ago. Arann, a musician and former naturalist at Walker Creek Ranch, showed us around the farm and introduced us to the farm's animals, including some adorable lambs and baby goats.

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