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Marin Summer Camp Update for 2020

Young kid on summer camp outing

Many parents are no doubt wondering what's happening with Marin summer camps in light of the current COVID-19 pandemic. The good news right now is that the County of Marin recently issued new guidelines for camps and youth activities that permits them to operate in-person for everyone, not just for children of essential workers, after June 1, 2020.

Guidelines stipulate that camps must operate with stable groups of 12 or fewer children in three-week sessions (“stable” means that the same children are in the same group each day), and children may not switch from one group to another. Camps with multiple groups must have each group in a separate room, and groups cannot mix with each other. Camp counselers or educators must remain solely with one group of children. Appropriate sanitation and social distancing measures must be observed, too. You can read more about the guidelines for camps and youth activities at marinrecovers.com/summer-camps-youth-activities.

For summer camps in Marin, this means that while some are unfortunately canceled, many others are modifying their plans to operate under these guidelines, will be offering virtual online camps, or both. Here's what our awesome 2020 summer camp partners are doing this season, both online and in-person.

Small Group Summer Camps

Art & Creativity Camps

Academic & STEM Camps

Cooking Camps

    Music & Performing Arts Camps

    Outdoor & Nature Camps

    Sports & Fitness Camps

    Online Summer Camps

    Academic & STEM Camps

    Art & Creativity Camps

    • CreativeCave
      In addition to its in-person camps, CreativeCave offers online sessions.

    Music & Performing Arts Camps

    Outdoor & Nature Camps

    Photo: Marin GreenPlay Camp