Ski Week Camps in Marin and Beyond

February 9, 2017

studio 4 artLooking for something fun for the kids to do over the upcoming winter break? Check out some of the great winter day camps here in Marin and the Bay Area. All the camps listed below offer day camp or drop-in camps.

  • Andrew's Day Camp
    400 Tamal Plaza, Corte Madera
    Ages: kindergarten and up
    Andrew's Camp offers games, crafts, sports and more. Camps take place from 9 am–5 pm with extended care from 8–9 am and 5–6 pm. Bring lunch and snack. For more info,call (415) 446-8946 or  visit their website.
  • Bay Area Discovery Museum
    557 McReynolds Road, Sausalito

    Ages: 4–8
    The BADM is offering a Winter Discovery Camp that focuses on learning through project-based, hands-on activities designed to intentionally boost creativity, STEM skills, and critical thinking. Camps hours:  9 am–2 pm; extended care from 2–4 pm (extended care $50/per day). For more info, call (415) 339-3900 or visit
  • N.Y. Broadway Training Programs
    625 Arthur St., Novato High School
    Ages: 7–15

    Broadway Camp includes classes in ballet, jazz, tap, theatre dance, hip hop, acting, voice, musical theatre, arts & crafts, fun & games, special events and workshops. Mini performance on the last hour on Friday. Pizza party. Daily snack. Register here. For more info, visit
  • Camp Funderblast
    Mill Valley & San Anselmo

    Ages: 4–11

    Camp Funderblast is a fun, local day camp that helps kids thrive! Games, arts and crafts, gingerbread houses, gort making, story telling by the fire, and hot cocoa. Hours: 9am–4 pm. Extended care available from 8 am–6 pm. There is 2 locations: Scotts Valley and Homestead Valley. Register here. For more info, call (415) 843-1730 or visit their website.
  • Charity and the JAMband Jamcamp
    San Francisco, Outer Sunset

    Ages: 5–9

    This camp invovles singing, dancing, practicing mindfulness and merry-making and learning about opening our hearts to the big world and all its inhabitants and create something special to share with others in our community that may be less fortunate. Hours: 9 am–4 pm. For more info, call (415) 425-0372or visit their website.
  • GymWorld
    3040 Kerner Blvd.,San Rafael
    Ages: 4 and up
    Kids will learn gymnastics on floor, beam, bars, trampoline, and ault. We also have a tumble-trak, foam pit, climbing wall, ropes and rings. Will learn in groups of 8 students or less per coach, according to age and skill level.  Hours: 9:30 am–1 pm. For more info, call (415) 482-8580visit
  • I Made it! Glass Creations
    1938 4th Street, San Rafael
    Ages: 6–12

    A super fun camp where your camper will have a blast and come home with gorgeous art! Boys and girls alike love it! Just be prepared to hear with a smile…"I Made It!" Camp runs from Feb. 20–24, from 2–3:15 pm daily. Cost: $150 includes all materials. Register:  Call 628-234-1005 or, and select the ski week button on the home page
  • Marin JCC
    200 North San Pedro Road, San Rafael

    Ages: kindergarten–6th grade

    The Osher Marin JCC offers Winter Camp offers arts and crafts, swimming, sports, science, cooking, music, and more. Hours: 9 am–4 pm. Extended care is available for $10 per day in the morning and after care $20 for afternoons.  For more info, call (415) 444-8000 or visit
  • Marin Treks
    Location: 1559 S. Novato
    Boulevard, Novato
    Grades: TK–4th grade

    Marin Treks half day camps take place from 10 am–1 pm. Actitivies include animal excitement, safe kitchen chemistry, microscope study, water activies, and more. For more info call (415) 250-0988 or visit their website.
  • Marinwood Community Center
    775 Miller Creek Road, San Rafael

    Ages: 3–12
    Campers will spend their school break exploring the forest of Marinwood, playing lots of sports and games, and monkeying around on the playground. Mid-Winter Break Camp features three separate age groups; Camp Bunny Slope ages 3-4, Camp Snowshoe ages 5-7, and Camp Bobsled ages 8-12. Campers will participate in games and sports, arts and crafts, cone ball and playground time! Drop-in welcome. For more info, call (415) 479-0775 or vist
  • Mill Valley Community Center
    180 Camino Alto
    , Mill Valley
    Ages: 4 and up

    Join an enthusiastic staff of trained recreation leaders for a lively and entertaining mix of activities, crafts, sports and winter surprises. Hours: 9:30 am–4 pm  Extended care is available before and after scheduled camp hours: 8–9:30 am and 4–6 pm. For more info, call (415) 383-1370 or visit their website.
  • Morning Star Farm
    885 Sutro Avenue, Novato

    Ages: 6–14

    Camps offer riding lessons, horse care, grooming & saddling each day and other horsey activities. Hours: 9 am–12:30 pm. For more info, call (415) 897-1633 or visit their website.
  • MV Code Club
    Greenbrae & Mill Valley

    Ages: 1st–8th grade

    MV Code Club teaches kids how to code, game development, web development and more. Hours: 9 am–3 pm. See their schedule of camps here. For more info, call
  • Novato Gymnastics
    950 Seventh Street, Novato

    Ages: 3–12

    Kids will learn gymnastics skills, develop strenghth and flexibility, winter-themed crafts and more. Hours: 10 am–12:30 pm. For more info, call  (415) 899-8279 or
  • Pine Point Cooking School

    Ages: 5–12

    This winter camp is dedicated to Greek, Middle Eastern, and North African cuisine. We work with fillo, boreks, tagines, flatbreads, and other ethnic dishes that we don't cook/eat everyday. Thursday will include a trip to the farmer's market and a Winter Pizza Challenge. Hours: 9:30 am–3:30 pm. For more info, call (415) 332-4352 or visit
  • Play-Well Marin
    216 Greenfield Avenue, San Anselmo
    Ages: 5 and up

    Play-Well Marin is offering some hands-on LEGO camps: Jedi Adventure Game, JediCraft Survival Game, Jedi Engineering, Intro to STEM with LEGO and many more. Hours:9:30 am–12:30 pm and 1:30–4:30 pm. For more info, call (415) 460-5210 or visit their website.
  • Point Bonita YMCA
    Marin Headlands, 981 Fort Barry, Sausalito
    Ages: grades K–8

    Camper will explore the outdoors, build self-esteem, develop interpersonal skills and make lasting friendships and memories. Hours: 9 am–4 pm; extended care: 8–9 am and 4– 5:30 pm. For more info, call (415) 447-9692 or visit their website.
  • Rolling Hills Club
    351 San Andreas Drive, Novato

    Ages: 5–12
    The Rolling Hills Club Holiday Camp will feature STEAM activities using common items, surprising materials, and imagination, as well as games, arts and crafts, sports, and swimming. Hours: 9 am–4 pm. Extended care available. For more info, call (415) 897-2185 or visit visit their website.
  • Spalding Marine Center-Woodworking Program
    Foot of Gate 5 Road, Sausalito
    Ages: 8 and up

    Our group of fun, safe and educational projects are a great way of encouraging kids to work with their hands and develop skills with basic woodworking tools. Students have the freedom to choose from an array of projects including a paddle, cutting board, toolbox, mallet, skateboard, toboggan sled and more. Hours: 9:30–3:30 pm. For more info, visit their webiste.
  • Studio 4 Art
    1133 Grant Avenue, Novato
    254 Shoreline Highway, Mill Valley

    Ages: 4 and up

    Campers will have the choice of many different projects each day at December Fine Arts Camp. Popular events such as clay, sewing, cartooning, and painting will be highlighted, all tought by Studio 4 Art's professional artist teachers. The camps are  and take place in Novato (ages 4–14) and Mill Valley (ages 4–8). A sibling discount is offered. For more info, call (415) 596-5546 or visit
  • Vilda Nature Camp
    Fairfax & Sausalito

    Ages: 4–12

    Vilda outdoor nature camp includes wilderness survival, archery, shelter making, crafts, storytelling, and much more. Hours: 9 am–3 pm. For more info, call (415) 747-4840 or visit their website.
  • YMCA Camp Point Bonita
    981 Fort Barry GGNRA, Sausalito
    Ages: K-5th, 6th-8th

    Ideal for working parents, out Mid-Winter Camp provides children with great experiences, led by trained, nurturing members of our team. It's all about discovery, as kids explore nature, find new talents, try new activities, gain independence and make lasting friendships and memories. We ask that each camper brings a bag lunch, and we will provide an afternoon snack. Register here. For more info, call (415) 447-9692 or visit their website.

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