Kids for the Bay: Register now for nature and science summer camp!
Join us outside this summer for exciting creek bay and ocean adventures! We offer one-week day camp sessions with a variety of themes for Adventurers ages 5-7, Explorers ages 8-10, and Leaders-in-Training ages 11-14.
Hands-on science investigations, environmental action projects, nature games and art projects are integrated into each special camp theme. Team building activities and games help to build a fun-loving, connected and caring Summer Camp community of friends, scientists and environmentalists for every week of camp!
Adventurers (ages 5-7) will:
*Explore bay shorelines
*Investigate aquatic invertebrates
*Delve into dinosaurs
*Meet local wildlife
*Help restore Strawberry Creek
Explorers (ages 8-10) will:
*Kayak on the bay
*Enjoy an overnight camping trip
*Take a ferryboat ride to Angel Island
*Visit Aquarium of the Bay
*Study bay plankton with field microscopes
Leaders-in-Training (ages 11-14) will:
*Enjoy the outdoor science adventures described above
*Learn leadership skills by helping and teaching younger campers
Camp sessions run Monday – Friday, 9 AM - 3:30 PM, with flexible drop-off between 8:30 – 9 AM and flexible pick-up between 3:30 – 4 PM.
All camp drop-off and pick-up locations are in the Berkeley area.
Nature Club After-Care is available from 4 – 5:30 PM.
Discount and scholarships available.
Visit http://kidsforthebay.org/summer-camp/ to register today! Register before March 15th for an Early Bird discount!
**Quotes from 2018 camp**
"I love KIDS for the BAY. It's one of our favorite camps. I love that kids are outdoors and that they learn to observe their surroundings and care for nature. I also love how much fun kids have, and how easygoing the vibe of the camp is." Martina's family, Bay Ocean Adventures
"Fantastic! This is my daughter’s favorite camp! The counselors were so kind, informative and helpful. She loves nature and loved learning about how we interact with the environment." Ellie's family, Girl Science Explorers
"I learned that swell sharks swell up with water when predators try to eat them!" Roan, age 9