Day Camps

Links

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Browse classes and activities online, or register online

Camp Arroyo
An environmental education center and youth camp for children

The East Bay Regional Park District offers many fun outdoor day camps for children.

Camp Arroyo

Camp Arroyo is a state of the art environmental education center and youth camp for schoolchildren during the school year and children with life-threatening illnesses or who are "at-risk" during the summer. Visit Camp Arroyo page for details.

Park'n It Day Camp

Park’n It Day Camp is a traditional summer day camp program that takes place Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm in various East Bay Regional Parks. Camps feature hands-on experiences under the care of our highly-trained staff of recreation leaders, lifeguards, and naturalists. (Ages 5-12) More information, and register your 5 to 12 year old.

Camps at Tilden Nature Area

Tilden Nature Area 
Camp of the Wild
(Ages 9 - 12) 
10am-4pm 
Get in touch with your wild side! Practice and learn ancient and useful survival skills. We’ll build shelters, make cordage and containers, cook over an open fire, and discover edible and useful plants. Make things! Explore! Have fun!
  > Register Online

Tilden Little Farm Camp
*Limit one week of registration per child*
(Ages 8 – 11)
10am-4pm
Experience the old-time country farm lifestyle during a week of farm camp fun! We'll learn about caring for farm animals, harvesting, cooking, getting dirty, and having fun! Register early for this popular camp.
  > Register Online

Open Water Junior Lifeguards

(Ages 8 - 12)
A fun, challenging program with a variety of beach and water activities.
Crown Beach, Contra Loma, Lake Anza, Temescal, Cull Canyon, Shadow Cliffs. 
Registration will begin: March 1, 2018
More information: Junior Lifeguards website
NOTE: NO on-site registration! Register online or phone!

Swimming Lesson Brochures [PDF]

Financial Assistance / Becas

Free Week of Day Camp for Local Schools & Non-Profits

The Outdoor Recreation Department offers a 2-year partnership to qualifying Alameda and Contra Costa County schools and non-profits, where 50 elementary-school aged children can enjoy a free week of Day Camp in the Regional Parks. More information about these free opportunities.

Regional Park Foundation

The Regional Parks Foundation provides financial aid ("Camperships") to qualifying families of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
NOTE: that eligible programs and co-pay amounts are tentative and subject to change without notice.
Financial aid NOT available for online registrations.

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