Welcome to a summer of exploration and fun in the outdoors!
Become an "explorer" this summer and join us on San Domenico School's stunning 500-plus acre campus for an unforgettable camp experience! Together we will explore the trails and our magical one-acre garden through nature arts & crafts, cooking from the garden, camp songs & skits, team building, field games, swimming and more! Wednesdays are special field trip days to explore some of our local natural treasures in Marin.
"In the misty Hills of San Anselmo
We gathered under the waving trees
Anxious of the days to follow
Spent with new friends and the garden bees" - Explorers Camp Musings, a poem by Elspeth Mathau.
We believe that by immersing children in a rich outdoor environment with dynamic and highly trained staff, your child will build self- confidence and develop an appreciation and love of nature. Explorers’ camp fosters a fun, friendly and nurturing environment for kids to explore their interests, challenge themselves and make lasting friendships.
Explorers Camp is offered to first through fifth grade students. Campers are grouped by age and rotate through activities throughout the day finishing with a refreshing dip in the swimming pool. Camp T-shirts and snacks provided.
Monday - Friday | July 9-13, 2018 | 9:00 am - 3:30 pm | Grades 1-5
SESSION 1 IS SOLD OUT
Monday - Friday | July 16-20, 2018 | 9:00 am - 3:30 pm | Grades 1-5
Full Day - 9:00 am - 3:30 pm (swimming included)
AM - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
PM - 12:30 - 3:30 pm (swimming included)
***Please note: Wednesdays are field trip days and will be a full day - no half day camp offered on this day. Parents may pick up children from field trip site if only half day or they are welcome to join us for the full day.
Cost per week is $375 for full days and $185 for half days.
Lunch is optional and is $50 per week.
Shelley is the Director of Sustainability and has over 16 years of experience developing environmental education programs for youth She worked in the State Parks for three years as a Park Naturalist and coordinated AmeriCorps programs at the Marin Conservation Corps serving over 15 schools in Marin County and various parks within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. She provided AmeriCorps members with training to teach school children environmental education and support schools in building gardens, setting up recycling systems, performing energy and waste audits, and restoring creeks. Shelley is certified in Permaculture and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Developmental Psychology from Longwood University in Virginia.