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

March 20, 2015

Rolling Hills Club Summer CampStill 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.

Nestled at the foot of Mt. Burdell, the club's seven-acre campus features two outdoor swimming pools, 12 tennis courts, two racquetball courts, an outdoor sports court, an outdoor playground, grassy fields for outdoor play, and more—making it the ideal place for the perfect summer experience. Summer camps at Rolling Hills Club for 2015 include:

  • Sports & Splash Camp for ages 5–12, features fun weekly themes like "Alice in Wonderland", "Fantastical Beasts", and "Night at the Museum". Campers will be divided by age into Rookies (5), All Stars (ages 6 and 7), and Pros (ages 8 and 9), and will play basketball, tennis, soccer, and wild and wacky games. Of course swimming, in the form of free swim or group lessons, is offered every day, too. Campers receive a T-shirt, as well as healthy snacks and lunch each day. Weekly sessions run from June 15–August 14, Monday–Friday, 9 am–4 pm. $320 members/$370 guests per week, or $70/$80 per day for drop-in.

Camps and Family Fun at Mill Valley Recreation

March 16, 2015

Mill Valley RecreationMarin Mommies presents a sponsored article from Mill Valley Recreation.

It might still be chilly in the morning but summer is right around the corner and registration has started! Did you know that there is fun for the whole family at the Mill Valley Recreation?

We have programs for people of all ages, from the smallest crawlers to the seasoned pros. Whether you want to be an Olympic athlete or the next big rock star, we have just the camp for you.

Camp Overview

Our most popular camp is the Splash Camp for incoming Kindergarten to 6th graders. It’s a special 2 weeks filled with fun and swim. Monday through Thursday you will start your day with a swim lesson taught by ARC Instructors, then camp continues with arts and crafts, sports and games, cooking, and more!

The 2015 Marin Summer Activities & Camp Fair takes Place Today

March 15, 2015

Marin Summer Activities & Camp FairIf you're trying to make a decision on the perfect summer camp for your kids, save the date for the upcoming Marin Summer Activities & Camp Fair, which takes place today Sunday, March 15 from 10 am to 1 pm at Conlan Center Gymnasium at the Dominican University of California in San Rafael.

As in years past the Marin Summer Activities & Camp Fair will offer plenty of fun for everyone, with free pizza, fun prizes for kids, and a bounce house, as well as representatives from dozens of summer camps. This year the fair is expanding to include other summer options like tutoring and activities, too! Older campers in middle school and high school are encouraged to attend as well.

Fine Art Summer Camps in Marin and San Francisco

March 11, 2015

fine art camp marinWhile many summer camps in Marin offer arts and crafts activities in their programs, you'll find a few that specialize specifically in art. Here's a list of specialized fine art camps in Marin and San Francisco for your budding Rembrandt or Georgia O'Keeffe. Some of the camps are actually held by museums! To find more fantastic camps, visit our 2015 Marin Summer Camp Guide. Popular camps can sell out early, so reserve your spot as soon as possible!

  • Studio 4 Art's Fine Art Camps take place at their studio in downtown Novato, where professional artists introduce campers to new and contemporary art techniques, procedures and processes. Some of the topics taught will be wheel throwing, cartooning, mosaics, sewing, fashion design, sculpture, pottery, acrylic painting, watercolor painting, oil painting, printmaking, photography, and pastels. Camps take place from 9:30 am until 12:30 or 3:30 pm, and cost from $255–$435 per week or $65–$105 daily drop-in (if space available). For more info visit www.studio4art.net or (415) 596-5546

This Summer, Learn STEM Skills and Have a Blast with iD Tech!

March 2, 2015

iD Tech CampsMarin Mommies presents a sponsored article from iD Tech summer camps.

One million STEM jobs are projected to go unfilled by the year 2020. We’re talking some of the highest-paid, most creative careers imaginable. Yet only one in ten high school students have access to computer science courses—and far fewer at the K-8 level—meaning they are missing important instruction.

But what about summer?

At iD Tech summer programs, students ages 6–18 code apps, design video games, mod with Minecraft, engineer robots, build websites, produce movies, create wearable electronics, and more. Courses are taught by tech-savvy, adult-only staff in small clusters of just 8 students per instructor—guaranteed. iD Tech offers five summer camp experiences in Northern California:

Get Back to Nature at Summer Camp 2015

February 19, 2015

NatureBridge Coastal Camp Marin HeadlandsLiving in Marin, you don't have to look far for a summer camp that takes advantage of some of the amazing natural resources we have right in our own backyard. Parents have several outstanding nature and outdoors oriented summer camps to choose from. Here is a selection of some of our favorite day camps in Marin that have an emphasis on the outdoors and the natural world around us for ages 4 to 18. To find more fantastic summer camps, visit our 2015 Marin Summer Camp Guide.

  • Audubon Summer Adventures Camp is located at the Richardson Bay Audubon Center and Sanctuary in Tiburon. Camp sessions start June 8 and run through August 14. Week-long sessions for kids 4–9 take place from 9 am–2 pm, include themes like Amazing Predators, The Mighty Bay, Survivor, Shark Week, and Mud Warriors. Fees for these sessions are $340 per week. They also offer Expedition Camp ($385 per week) and On the Fly Camp ($340 per week) for children in grades 4–6, where campers deliver a little deeper into the varied habitats of Marin County and visit environments like the bay, ocean, redwood forest, and more. Extended hours untiil 5 pm are available for an additional cost. Visit their website for more information and to register.
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