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Summer Camps: Sausalito and the San Francisco Bay

Today, summer camps are devoted to the traditional outdoor experiences

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In Marin County, many children, teens and adults enjoy spending time at summertime camps. Structured camp experiences are offered as weeklong daytime clinics that are devoted to general activities or a specific skill or as overnight adventures that allow the participants time to thoroughly enjoy their outings. As a rule-of-thumb, most sleepover camps are operated by local youth organizations, athletic clubs and area churches; it is often possible for non-members to attend overnight fun-filled camps in unique locations.

Today, summer camps are devoted to the traditional outdoor experiences; or, to interest areas that include engineering, sciences, performing arts, sports or academics. Cooking schools, sailing organizations and photography studios often offer day camp classes for both children and adults. Often, teens and young adults enjoy attending exciting camps scheduled for children as volunteer or paid camp counselors or helpers-on-staff. In the San Francisco Bay Area, there are summer camps for residents and visitors of all ages.

A sampling of the possible summertime camps in the San Francisco Bay area:

Art Exploration Camps:

Camp Krazy Daze: This fun-filled day camp is for school-age children who would like to explore mixed-medium art forms. In the past, camps have been scheduled to cover a four-day period, and multiple camps are available during the summer. For information about the 2012 day camp schedules, contact Camp Krazy Daze by phone.

Camp Krazy Daze
1133 Grant Avenue
Novato, California 94945
Phone: (415) 898-3100
Distance from Sausalito: About 17 miles.

Clay Camp: Clay Camp is for people who are over age-7. This half-day camp offers weeklong sessions that allow participants to work with clay. For more information about the 2012 dates and fees, contact Clay Camp by telephone for best results.

Clay Camp
1337 Fourth Street
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 482-7612
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.

Marin Doodlebug: Doodlebug camp is for children between the ages of 4 and grade 8. This creativity camp offers a variety of mediums for young artists to explore. There is access to pottery wheels, sewing or yarn arts, drawing, painting and freeform expressions. Parents can choose between morning and afternoon day camp schedules. The Marin Doodlebug program has been a part of the community for over 10-years.

Marin Doodlebug
641 San Anselmo Avenue
San Anselmo, California 94960
Phone: (415) 456-5989
Distance from Sausalito: About 9 miles.
Web: www.doodlebugmarin.com

Masterwork Kids Art Camps: This half-day camp program is open to children who are under age-14. One week camp sessions include access to a large variety of art forms, instructions and materials. Many of the children involved in this program enjoy going back year-after-year. To ensure placement, contact this camp early for details.

Masterwork Kids Art Camps
305 B Montecito Drive
Corte Madera, California 94925
Phone: (415) 945-7945
Distance from Sausalito: About 5 miles.
Web: www.masterworkskidsart.com

Studio 4 Art: Summertime camp sessions at this art camp happen throughout June, July, August and September. Children under the age of 14 can learn about mosaics, cartooning, sculpture, sewing, recycled art, relief painting, screen-printing and more. Age considerations are made and children are encouraged to participate in their chosen crafts at the level of their individual abilities. For a complete 2012 schedule, call the Studio.

Studio 4 Art
1133 Grant Avenue
Novato, California 94945
Phone: (415) 596-5546
Distance from Sausalito: About 17 miles.
Web: www.studio4art.net

Boy Scout Camps

The Boy Scouts of America offers weeklong summertime camping experiences for their members nearby to the San Francisco Bay Area. Permanent Boy Scout camps are often located in nature-filled locations. The Marin Sierra Boy Scout Resident Camp offers boys a weeklong camping experience that includes nature, crafts, sports and wilderness fun.

For more information about local Boy Scout Camps contact: www.boyscouts-marin.org

Camp Consultants

Camp & Teen Travel Consultants: This free service provides helpful information about where to find regular or specialty camps, enrollment processes and travel concerns. It is possible for parents to search for a camp based upon costs, activities offered or the geographic location through this free summertime and global camp consulting service.

Camp & Teen Travel Consultants
60 Margarita Drive
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 454-5441
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.
Web: www.campandteenconsultants.com

General Activity Camps

Angel Island Camp: Historic Angel Island offers summertime day camp sessions for children who are between 5 and 12 years-of-age. Each session offers a different type of emphasis so that children can register for day camps often. Young campers explore Angel Island through a variety of crafts and games, nature outings and history treks. The Angel Island camp programs have been running between June and August since 1977.

Angel Island Camp
1505 Tiburon Boulevard, Suite ‘A’
Tiburon, California 94920
Phone: (415) 435-4355
Distance from Sausalito: About 2 miles.
Web: www.btsummercamps.com

Camp Doodles: This full-day camp offers structured activities for all children entering grades K-6 in the fall. Doodles will accept visiting children for a single day, a full week of day camp or for the entire summer. The workers at Camp Doodles are fully trained; activities are varied and appropriate to age. This camp offers special activities, parent-approved outings and camp services during holidays. For more information about fees, exact locations, driving directions and day camp schedules, visit camp Web address.

Camp Doodles
In San Rafael, Mill Valley and Larkspur; opening in Novato for 2012.
Phone: (415) 388-4386
Web: www.campdoodles.com

Davidson Clubhouse Program: These full-day programs are offered by the week or for the full length of summer break. The Clubhouse Program that is offered through the ‘Boys and Girls Club of America’ allows children age 6-12 to explore sports, crafts and activities in a safe environment while working parents are taking care of business. The Davidson Clubhouse day camp program offers reasonable prices for their fun camps.

Davidson Clubhouse Program
150 Lovell Avenue
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 485-3790
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.
Web: www.petaluma-marinbgc.org

Homestead Valley Community Center: Camp Tam is held at the Homestead Valley Community Center where there is room for swimming, games, crafts, gardening and friendship hikes. Camp schedules offer one-week themed camps throughout the entire summer. Full-day, half-day and extended hours camps are offered to accommodate all types of parent schedules. Parents are welcome to call for more information. Age: 5-9.

Homestead Valley Community Center
315 Monford Avenue
Mill Valley, California 94941
Phone: (415) 388-0128
Distance from Sausalito: About 4 miles.
Web: www.homesteadvalley.org

Horizon Camp: The Marin Horizon Camp offers fun-filled learning experiences for children age 3-8. This 8-week daytime program offers full-day and half-day plans that can benefit parents with active schedules. Horizon summertime camps include lessons in nature topics, science, sports, green themes, arts & crafts, sportsmanship and teamwork.

Marin Horizon Camp
305 Montford Avenue
Mill Valley, California 94941
Phone: (415) 388-8408
Distance from Sausalito: About 4 miles.
Web: www.marinhorizon.org

Marin Christian Academy Summer Camp: This daytime program offers full-day activities for children age 6 – 11. The Christian Academy runs their day camp services during every week of the summer; special rates may apply for monthly registrations.

Marin Christian Academy Summer Camp
1370 South Novato Boulevard
Novato, California 94947
Phone: (415) 892-5713
Distance from Sausalito: About 17 miles.
Web: summercamp.visitmca.org

Novato Parks & Recreation Camps: The City of Novato offers many types of weeklong programs for children, adults and seniors. During the summertime months, this Parks Department attempts to provide a full range of exciting daily activities. For an up-to-date listing of Novato Parks & Recreation programs, call the City for a free brochure.

Novato Parks & Recreation Camps
75 Rowland Way #200
Novato, California
Phone: (415) 899-8200
Distance from Sausalito: About 17 miles.
Web: www.cityofnovato.org

Osher Marin JCC Camp Kehilah: Camp Kehilah is a traditional day camp for children under age-18. There are special out-of-town trips for teenagers, arts & crafts for younger children and an emphasis on Judaic traditions and culture. Young people can learn to cook, dabble in science experiments or take specialty lessons on how to make wonderful projects with Lego bricks. Call for 2012 camp session lists, fees and details.

Osher Marin JCC Camp Kehilah
200 North San Pedro Road
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 444-8000
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.
Web: : www.marinjcc.org

Steve & Kate’s Camp: This day camp experience runs throughout the summer. Parents can deliver their children daily, or during the times when other activities are stalled. At Steve & Kate’s, children can explore performing arts, wild activities, and thrilling types of crafts, a variety of sports or special interest clubs. Parents give Steve & Kate’s day camps high ratings and the children enjoy the unusual surprises on these outings.

Steve & Kate’s Camp
In Mill Valley, San Anselmo and Kentfield
Phone: (415) 389-5437
Web: www.steveandkatescamp.com

Tiburon Adventure Camp: This fun-tastic camp is for children age 2 through 8. Age-appropriate activities include arts & crafts, field trips, swimming, go-karts, sports, waterslide fun, contests with prizes and more. Each summer there is an annual food fight that all children enjoy very much. For more information about this 8-week program, contact the Tiburon Adventure Camp; 2012 camp activities might vary from this list.

Tiburon Adventure Camp
1185 Tiburon Boulevard
Tiburon, California 94920
Phone: (415) 435-4366
Distance from Sausalito: About 2 miles.
Web: www.btccc.org

YMCA Day Camp: The Marin County YMCA offers daytime camp programs for school-age children during the summertime months. Children are exposed to a variety of sports options, arts & crafts, teamwork projects and science-oriented activities. For an up-to-date listing of WMCA summertime offerings, contact the telephone number below.

YMCA Day Camp
1500 Los Gamos Drive
San Rafael, California 94903
Phone: (415) 492-9622
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.
Web: www.ymcasf.org

Girl Scout Camps

It is not necessary to be a Girl Scout before enjoying time away from home at sleepover camps. The Girl Scouts of America offer a variety of general or specialized camping experiences near the San Francisco Bay Area for costs that are comparable to day camp fees. For more information about organization sponsored overnight camps for girls, day camps for girls, girl-oriented horse camps and family group camps, visit the Northern California Girl Scout Website: www.girlscoutsnorcal.org Registration starts in February.

Examples of weeklong Girl Scout camps for children and teens:

Fantasia: General Camping
Animal Lovers: Behind-the-scenes trip to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom to meet animals.
Designing Divas: Loosely based on a Project Runway show; sewing fun.
Monkey Business: Zip-line and treetop fun.
Incredible Race: Loosely based on the television show game.
Artisans: Exposure to many types of arts and crafts skills.
Mischief Managed: A puzzle-solving adventure.
Flying High: This is a fun-filled aerial arts and trapeze experience.

NOTE: Financial aide might be available for low-income families.

Horseback Riding

Miwok Livery Summer Camps: The Miwok Livery summertime riding camps are held weekly from June through the end of August. Children under 18 are grouped by age and riding skills into weeklong equestrian camps. This facility has 20 horses and it does allow the camp attendees to bring their own horse. Camp sign-ups start happening early in the year; contact the Miwok Livery for their up-to-date day camp information.

Miwok Livery Summer Camps
701 Tennessee Valley Road
Mill Valley, California 94941
Phone: (415) 383-8048
Distance from Sausalito: About 4 miles.
Web: www.miwokstables.com

Morning Star Farm Horse Camps: The Morning Star summertime day camps for children between the ages of 4 and 14 are fun-filled events. Children are given full-day or half-day weeklong opportunities to learn more about riding horses. In the Bay Area, the horseback riding camps fill quickly. Contact Morning Star Farm to determine vacancies.

Morning Star Farm Horse Camps
885 Sutro Avenue
Novato, California 94947
Phone: (415) 897-1633
Distance from Sausalito: About 17 miles.
Web: www.morningstarfarm.com

Willow Tree Stables: This equestrian camp is located at the base of the Marin County ‘Indian Trees’ open space areas that include many trails to explore. The county open space areas include over 3,000 acres. Willow Tree offers specialized day camps for all ages, boarding facilities, lessons and friendly staff members. The summertime day camps for horseback riding fill very quickly; call early to reserve day camp spaces.

Willow Tree Stables
3777 Vineyard Road
Novato, California 94947
Phone: (415) 897-8212
Distance from Sausalito: About 17 miles.
Web: www.willowtreestables.com

Performing Arts

AMP Rock Band Camp: This camp is for all rockers; beginning musicians and experienced professionals. The AMP Rock Band Camp offers new skills, information on how to write original songs and a chance to record a CD with modern state-of-the-art equipment. There are multiple instructors involved in this program and each musician is treated as an individual to accommodate personal talents and rock-style interests.

AMP Rock Band Camp
70 'R' Woodland Ave.
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 462-5557
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.
Web: www.detrickmusicinstruction.com

Arts in Action: The Arts in Action camps are sponsored by the Saint Marks School. These two-week performing arts camps offer half-day or full-day activity schedules and skills-appropriate trainings. Arts in Action programs are designed for children who are between the ages of 6-years and 9-years; offering varied activities.

Arts in Action
38 Trellis Drive
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 472-8000
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.
Web: www.saintmarksschool.org

Blue Bear School of Music: At the Blue Bear School of Music, half-day camps are available by the week for children aged 9 to 16. This co-ed camp provides a talented staff that works on unique music skills with each individual camp participant. Children may register for one week of camp services, or for services throughout the summer break.

Blue Bear School of Music
1115 Third Street
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 673-3600
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.
Web: www.bluebearmusic.org

Blue Star Music Camps: The Blue Star Music Camp is for teenagers who are interested in furthering their music skills. Blue Star offers a one-week daytime music camp that features a variety of fun activities and music coaching for campers. For more information about this small music camp, contact Blue Star Music by telephone.

Blue Star Music Camps
27 Kensington Road
San Anselmo, California 94960
Phone: (415) 897-1937
Distance from Sausalito: About 9 miles.

Dance Camp: The Dance Camp at the Sherry Studio offers weeklong workshops in tap dancing, jazz, hip-hop, break-dancing, theater dance and more. For an up-to-date 2012 summertime schedule of camp dates and fees, visit the Dance Camp online address.

Dance Camp
4140 Redwood Highway #8
San Rafael, California 94903
Phone: (415) 499-1986
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.
Web: www.dancewithsherrystudio.com

Dance Palace Camp: Dance Palace offers two-week summertime day camps for dancers over age 6. This facility offers classes throughout the year for pre-schoolers, school-age children, teens, adults and seniors. Camp sessions cover a variety of dancing agendas and help people to work on specific dancing skills. With the Dance Palace, it is possible to register for the summertime camps online at the provided Web address.

Dance Palace Camp
503 B Street
Point Reyes Station, California 94956
Phone: (415) 663-1075
Distance from Sausalito: About 22 miles.
Web: www.dancepalace.org

Future Filmmaker Workshop: This film-oriented full-day camp is for children age 4-16. The camp session lasts for one week and concentrates on games and activities that future filmmakers will enjoy. Traditionally, California film camps fill quickly; call the Future Filmmaker Workshop before summer begins to ensure a place at this camp.

Future Filmmaker Workshop
10 Old Mill Street
Mill Valley, California 94941
Phone: (415) 336-8823
Distance from Sausalito: About 4 miles.
Web: www.futurefilmmaker.com

Little Gym: The Little Gym in Sausalito offers summertime programs for children under age-8. Children can choose to participate in gymnastics, sports skills, karate or dance classes. For a complete up-to-date listing of all summer season fun at The Little Gym, visit the colorful Website listed below. Sign-up early; classes fill quickly.

Little Gym
170 Donahue Street
Sausalito, California 94965
Phone: (415) 289-0600

Marin Ballet: Children explore ballet, folk dances, jazz dancing and a variety of dance styles that can direct future interests. The children with advanced skills can explore ballet basics, hip-hop styles and modern dance interests. At the end of each camp session, all campers participate in an exciting studio performance for their families to attend. For 2012 camp schedules, rates and details, contact Marin Ballet now for current information.

Marin Ballet
100 Elm Street
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 453-6705
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.
Web: www.marinballet.org

Marin Shakespeare Company: This performing theatre company offers 2-3 week summertime day camp sessions for children and teens who have not yet celebrated their 19th birthday. Call for up-to-date 2012 information for the acting workshop in Sausalito.

Marin Shakespeare Company
In San Rafael, Ross, Novato and Sausalito
Phone: (415) 499-4487
Web: www.marinshakespeare.org

Marin Theatre: This musical theater camp is split into session for elementary school children and the older children who are in middle school. The three-week camp works on the skills and techniques needed for a camp-end musical show. To learn more about the skill-set requirements, performance choices and fees, contact Marin Theatre.

Marin Theatre
397 Miller Avenue
Mill Valley, California 94941
Phone: (415) 388-5200
Distance from Sausalito: About 4 miles.
Web: www.marintheatre.org

Mega Gymnastics: Mega Gymnastics offers summertime weeklong day camps for children over age 5. These half-day gymnastics learning and practice sessions are designed to give each child individual attention and skill-appropriate fun challenges.

Mega Gymnastics
72 Woodland Avenue
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 257-6342
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.
Web: www.megagymnastics.com

Musical Theatre Camp: This camp for musical theatre performers is designed for children age 8-18. Instructions and activities are structured by ability and age level so that all camp members are accommodated. Musical Theatre Camp is an established two-week summertime program that most children sincerely enjoy. Register early for best results.

Musical Theatre Camp
100 Shaw Drive
San Anselmo, California 94960
Phone: (415) 453-0199
Distance from Sausalito: About 9 miles.
Web: www.marilynizdebskiproductions.com

Pyramid Gymnastics: This gymnastics studio offers hour-long lessons for children, each day of the week during the summertime months. While not a full-day or half-day camp program, many parents find these daily short classes suited to their work schedules or vacation plans. Children all love the Pyramid Gymnastics programs.

Pyramid Gymnastics Camp
415 Tamal Plaza
Corte Madera, California 94925
Phone: (415) 927-1240
Distance from Sausalito: About 5 miles.
Web: www.thepyramidgym.com

Singing Camp: Rock the Mic: This singing camp offers two sessions during the summertime months. Juniors entering grades 3-6 and Seniors entering grade 7-12 attend separate sessions. Young singers explore singing in a group, solos, backup techniques, recording possibilities and more. Camp session sizes are limited; register early online.

Singing Camp: Rock the Mic
737 E. Blithedale Avenue
Mill Valley, California 94941
Phone: (415) 218-7688
Distance from Sausalito: About 4 miles.
Web: www.ownthemic.org

Stage Dor: This performing arts dancing day camp can last up to four weeks, depending upon individual preferences. Teens age 12 and up can practice a wide variety of dance skills to improve their form and techniques. It is possible to register for jazz dance, ballet, teen-oriented ballroom dancing, hip-hop style and more. Contact the friendly people at the Stage Dor in Sausalito for a complete summertime dance schedule.

Stage Dor
10 Liberty Ship Way #340
Sausalito, California 94965
Phone: (415) 339-1390
Web: www.stagedor.com

Tutu School: Children without ballet experience are invited to join children with previous dancing skills at the Tutu School camp. This camp is structured for children age 4-8, and it includes are aspects of dancing. The children will be exposed to costume art and decorating tips, famous ballet stories and structured ballet skills classes. At the end of the camp session, there will be a ballet dance production that the children have created.

Tutu School
2201 Larkspur Landing Circle
Larkspur, CA 94930
Phone: (415) 734-8840
Distance from Sausalito: About 6 miles.
Web: www.tutuschool.com

Young Performers Theatre: This 2-day camp allows children between the ages of 6 and 16 to work on specialty theatrical skills. Age-appropriate materials are used to help young actors and actresses to achieve their ultimate goals. Contact the prestigious Young Performers Theatre for up-to-date listings of all summertime workshops.

Young Performers Theatre
618 ‘B’ Street
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 485-3333
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.

Science and Nature Camps

Audubon Adventure Camp: The Tiburon Audubon Society offers a one-week day camp for children age 4-11. This co-ed program explores nature through a variety of activities that are pleasing to children. For a current 2012 list of day camp activities and prices, contact the Tiburon Audubon Society at the telephone number listed below.

Audubon Adventure Camp
376 Greenwood Beach Road
Tiburon, California 94920
Phone: (415) 388-2524
Distance from Sausalito: About 2 miles.
Web: tiburonaudubon.org

Coastal Camp: The Sausalito Coastal Camp is designed for school-age children who have not yet reached their fourteenth birthday. This adventurous program offers a variety of explorations into the natural world; marine and coastal ecology topics are mixed with games to provide the ultimate hands-on learning environment. Activities include topic-appropriate arts & crafts, nature-filled group games and special interests.

Coastal Camp
1033 Fort Cronkhite
Sausalito, California 94965
Phone: (415) 331-1548
Web: www.costalcamp.org

Engineering & Robotics Camp: This specialty camp is for children who are 10-14 years old at the start of the camp session. The Engineering & Robotics CampEngineering & Robotics Camp is offered through Play-Well TEKnologies; children are offered exciting engineering and science skills through the use of LEGO and games. TEK science and engineering camps are offered in many places throughout the United States.

Engineering & Robotics Camp
216 Green Field
San Anselmo, California 94960
Phone: (415) 460-5210
Distance from Sausalito: About 9 miles.
Web: www.play-well.org

GreenPlay Sustainable Summer Camp: This exciting half-day or full-day camp experience is designed for children between the ages of 5 and 10 years-of-age. The camp schedule focuses on ecology themes through storytelling, excursions and crafts. Children are exposed to non-competitive games, restoration projects, light hiking, tide pools, basic gardening and other Earth-friendly topics. Discounts often apply for early registrations.

GreenPlay Sustainable Summer Camp
40 Matilda Avenue
Mill Valley, California 94941
Phone: (415) 264-2828
Distance from Sausalito: About 4 miles.
Web: www.maringreenplay.com

Planet Energy Camp: Southwest Energy Innovations sponsors an Earth-friendly science camp for children during the summertime months. The camp session is set-up as a day camp program that allows children to explore green-living themes, energy topics and recycling theories. The games, crafts and hands-on activities are age-appropriate.

Planet Energy Camp
775 Miller Creek Road
Novato, California 94903
Phone: (415) 507-2187
Distance from Sausalito: About 17 miles.
Web: www.seiinc.org

Science Adventures: The Science Adventure Camps by Champions offer science oriented one-week sessions for children between 5 and 12-years of age. There are full-day and half-day camp sessions offered in various locations around Marin County. Call the toll-free number below for details about all Marin Science Adventures programs.

Science Adventures
In Mill Valley, San Rafael and Greenbrae
Phone: (888) 458-1812
Web: www.discoverchampions.com

Slide Ranch Day Camps: The Slide Ranch Day Camps are designed for children and teens. Throughout the summer, there are many different types of week-long camps that offer nature experiences, ranching techniques, farming skills and a love for wildlife. These day camps are outdoor-oriented adventures that include hiking, crafts and more. Due to the nature of these camps, the programs fill very quickly. Visit the Web address.

Slide Ranch Day Camps
2025 Shoreline Highway
Muir Beach, California 94965
Phone: (415) 381-6155
Web: www.slideranch.org

Treks Science Camp: Marin Treks Natural History Museum offers a one-week summertime day camp for children and teens under grade 8. This very popular program is designed to allow camp participants a glimpse into a variety of natural world wonders. The reasonably-priced Treks Camp fills quickly; contact Treks early for reservations.

Treks Science Camp
1559 South Novato Boulevard
Novato, California 94947
Phone: (415) 892-3001
Distance from Sausalito: About 17 miles.
Web: www.marintreks.com

Wildcare Camps: Wildcare day camps provide the ultimate nature experience for children age-3 and up. Young children attend half-day camps in small groups that allow for proper supervision. Older children attend full-day nature experiences in small groups so that each child receives individual attention. Teens attend Wildcare camps as helpers in the younger age programs. These upper-quality nature day camps offer scholarships to help low income participants; however, the weeklong day camps fill fast; act quickly.

Wildcare Camps
76 Albert Park Lane
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 453-1000
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.
Web: www.wildcarebayarea.org

Specialty Camps

Adventure Reporter Camp: This weeklong full-day specialty camp is devoted to the art of writing. For up-to-date information about this fun-filled event for children, contact the Adventure Reporter Camp by telephone for complete 2012 details.

Adventure Reporter Camp
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 272-3569
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.
Web: http: www.fastforwardweb.com

Pine Point Cooking School: The Sausalito Pine Point Cooking School offers classes that are suitable for children, teens, adults and professionals. During the summertime months, there are weeklong cooking day camps that specialize in a variety of areas. For more information about upcoming cooking classes, contact the facility.

Pine Point Cooking School
254 Woodwind Avenue
Sausalito, California 94965
Phone: (415) 332-4352
Web: www.pinepointcooking.com

Teen Photography Camp The Robin Fryday summertime photography camp is open to children over age 11. These weeklong programs teach basic photography skills, B/W film developing, studio lighting techniques and how to hand tint photographs. This school also offers classes for adults. The teen photography camps are held to small class sizes; daily classes fill quickly. Call during any month to register for summer camp.

Robin Fryday Photography School
57 Trish Drive
Novato, California 94947
Phone: (415) 225-6911
Distance from Sausalito: About 17 miles.

Sports Camps

Azzi Basketball Camp: This skill-building basketball camp is open to boys and girls who are under 14-years of age. The Azzi Camp is a week-long day camp that offers basketball skills, hoop games and team-oriented sportsmanship activities. Many children from the Bay Area choose to attend this basketball-oriented camp year-after-year.

Azzi Basketball Camp
700 Miller Avenue
Mill Valley, California 94941
Phone: (415) 948-1263
Distance from Sausalito: About 4 miles.
Web: www.azzicamp.com

Belvedere Tennis Camp: The Belvedere Tennis Camp is designed for all children under age 18. This weeklong camp is reasonably priced and designed to be enjoyable for children from all skill levels. It is not necessary to have previous experience with tennis before enrolling into these weeklong day camp sessions at the popular Belvedere Tennis Club. Contact the Belvedere Tennis Club for 2012 camp information.

Belvedere Tennis Camp
700 Tiburon Boulevard
Tiburon, California 94920
Phone: (415) 435-4792
Distance from Sausalito: About 2 miles.
Web: www.belvederetennisclub.com

Bolinas Surf Camp: The Bolinas Surf Camp is a 4-day training session that is open to all ages. Surfers from the Bay Area congregate at this camp to meet new friends, learn about industry trends and to improve their surfing skills. Enrollment is limited each summer; contact the Bolinas Surf Camp early for 2012 registration information.

Bolinas Surf Camp
22 Brighton Avenue
Bolinas, California 94924
Phone: (415) 868-0264
Distance from Sausalito: About 12 miles.
Web: www.surfbolinas.com

Champions Soccer Camp: This soccer camp has been operating annually in Mill Valley for almost 20-years. School-age children under 14-years-of-age attend soccer day camp sessions that are planned between June and the end of August each year. This camp allows the children time for swimming and making new friends while practicing soccer.

Champions Soccer Camp
118 East Strawberry Drive
Mill Valley, California 94941
Phone: (415) 482-8813
Distance from Sausalito: About 4 miles.
Web: championsoccercamp.com

Dominican University Sports Camps: This one-week camp is offered to boys and girls age 7-12. The Dominican University of California Penguins work with the camp attendees to help each individual improve skills in their chosen sport, learn more about team-work and cooperation, and to have an exciting summertime athletic experience. It is possible for parents to sign their children up for full-day or half-day sports camp sessions.

Dominican University Sports Camps
40 Acacia Avenue
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 482-3543
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.
Web: www.dominicanathletics.com

Dynamite Baseball Camp: The Dynamite Baseball Camp is a full-day weeklong camp experience that is devoted to baseball. Children between the ages of 6 and 12.5 are welcome to enroll to learn more about the history of the sport, current trends and ways to improve their current skills on the baseball field. Contact the camp for 2012 event details.

Dynamite Baseball Camp
Larkspur, California 94939
Phone: (415) 435-3947
Distance from Sausalito: About 6 miles.
Web: www.dynamitebaseballcamps.sportslink.ws

Fiona Soccer Camp: This soccer camp is held at White Hill Middle School in Fairfax; however, the children attending this day camp can be from any community. Bay Area visitors can have their children attend this day camp while they are in town on vacation. The Fiona Soccer Camp offers a place for all young soccer players, under age-12, to meet new friends, perfect soccer techniques and have a fun-filled week of sports.

Fiona Soccer Camp
101 Glen Drive
Fairfax, California 94930
Phone: (415) 497-8164
Distance from Sausalito: About 10 miles.
Web: www.fionasoccercamps.com

Girls Basketball Camp by Caren Horstmeyer: This all-girl basketball camp is led by a previous California Bears coach, with current Cal Bears players on staff. The 2012 camp week is scheduled for June 18-22, in Larkspur. The basketball camp will help each girl to work on their unique skills and their overall team maneuvers. This summertime camp is expected to fill quickly. Contact the camp phone number early for best results.

Girls Basketball Camp by Caren Horstmeyer
395 Doherty Drive
Larkspur, California 94939
Phone: (415) 794-4311
Distance from Sausalito: About 6 miles.
Web: www.horstmeyerhoops.com

Golf & Tennis Camps: Three-day golf or tennis camps are offered for children and teens, age 4 and up at the Marin Yacht Club. For a current summertime schedule of golf or tennis workshop camps, contact the Yacht Club during regular business hours.

Golf & Tennis Camps
24 Summit Drive
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 456-2700
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.
Web: www.marinyachtclub.com

Higgins Summer Tennis Camp:The Higgins summertime tennis camps are for structured for tots, children and teens. These week-long camps are offered in local towns as full-day or half-day programs. The tennis lessons are designed to provide children with fun while offering a chance for children to build their tennis skills. Beginners welcome.

Higgins Summer Tennis Camp
In San Anselmo, Mill Valley and Tiburon
Phone: (415) 963-2549
Distance from Sausalito: About 9 miles.
Web: www.higginstennis.com

Marin Soccer Camps by Dave Fromer: These excellent soccer camps are run on full-day or half-day schedules in many locations around Marin County. Children over the age of 5 can have fun during these weeklong sessions while polishing their soccer skills.

Marin Soccer Camps by Dave Fromer
For: Corte Madera, San Anselmo, Mill Valley, San Rafael, Tahoe and more.
Phone: (415) 383-0320
Web: www.davefromersoccer.com

Mt. Tam Bikes Camp: This bicycle camp is for mountain bike enthusiasts who are under age-14. Children are exposed to maintenance skills, handling techniques, bike-oriented ecology lessons and mountain trail etiquette. This custom-tailored camp offers week-long sessions during the summertime months; children can register for more than one week of mountain bike riding activities. Call for current schedule and fees list.

Mt. Tam Bikes Camp
104 Lovell Ave
Mill Valley, California 94941
Phone: (415) 377-9075
Distance from Sausalito: About 4 miles.
Web: www.mttambikescamp.com

Multi-Sport Kids Camp: The Mount Tam Racquet Club offers a one-week multi-sports camp program for children age 6-12. The Club facilities include a swimming pool, tennis courts and room for group games. For more information about this yearly camp week for children, contact the friendly information desk at the Mt. Tam Racquet Club.

Multi-Sport Kids Camp
1 Larkspur Plaza Drive
Larkspur, California 94939
Phone: (415) 924-6226
Distance from Sausalito: About 6 miles.
Web: www.mttamrc.com

Ninja Camps: Children who are interested in martial arts will enjoy the Ninja Camp. This camp teaches Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai and other popular martial art formats. Ninja training includes padded swords, obstacle courses, padded nunchuks, fitness training and agility games. It is not necessary to have experience in martial arts before attending this camp. Children in first grade on up are welcome at the camps.

Ninja Camps
5768 Paradise Drive, Suite F
Corte Madera, CA 94925
Phone: (415) 927-0899
Distance from Sausalito: About 5 miles.
Web: www.ninjacamps.com

No Limits Sports Camp: The summertime sports camps at the Neil Cummins Gym are fun for children of all ages. Weeklong camp sessions offer children full-day or half-day supervised activities in a wide range of sporting events. Visitors to Marin County are welcome to bring their children for a single day of play, if the weeklong sessions do not fit into travel plans. For more information, contact Neil Cummins Gym.

No Limits Sports Camp
58 Mohawk Avenue
Corte Madera, California 94925
Phone: (415) 717-6925
Distance from Sausalito: About 5 miles.

Sail Camps: Sailing Education Adventures offers weeklong sailing classes for children, teens and adults during the summertime months. Beginning and intermediate sailing classes are limited in size to provide a quality experience. For more information about the 2012 Sail Camp schedules, visit the Sailing Education Adventures Website.

Sail Camp
24 Summit Drive
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 775-8779
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.
Web: www.sailsea.org

Sausalito Summer Sailing Program: Two-week summertime sailing programs are available for children over age-9 and teens in Sausalito. The historic Sausalito Yacht Club has been providing sailing lessons that are designed for young people for decades. Children learn about sailing, maintenance or upkeeps, water safety and the exciting locations that can be visited from the Bay Area. With the 2013 America’s Cup Races to be held in the San Francisco Bay Area, now is the time to treat children to sailing skills.

Sausalito Summer Sailing Program
101 Bridgeway
Sausalito, California 94965
Phone: (415) 332-7400
Web: www.sausalitoyachtclub.org

Scuba Camp: Beginner and intermediate scuba lessons are given to children between the ages of 8 and 16-years of age, in weeklong summertime day camps. These half-day certification camps teach children the history of the sport, water safety rules, equipment maintenance skills and helpful diving techniques. The Scuba Camp for children is a popular activity; sign-up for the summertime week-long sessions early.

Scuba Camp
875 Grant Avenue
Novato, California 94954
Phone: (415) 897-9962
Distance from Sausalito: About 17 miles.
Web: www.pinnaclesdive.com

Sea Trek Kayak Camp: The Sea Trek Kayak Camp divides their sessions by age. Pre-teen ages 9-11 and ages 12-15 attend separate camp sessions. Younger children attend daytime camps that include traditional camp activities mixed with kayaking skills and one overnight campout. Older children are away from home for week-long kayaking trips that visit remote beaches, have camping experiences and enjoy age-appropriate fun.

Sea Trek Kayak Camp
85 Libertyship Way
Sausalito, California 94965
Phone: (415) 488-1000
Web: www.seatrek.com

Summer Swim Lessons & Camp: The San Rafael Racquet Club offers summertime week-long programs in swimming and tennis skills for children. Young children over age-3, and older children, can experience a fun-filled day camp experience that includes tennis, swimming, crafts, sports and more. Many of the San Rafael Racquet Club week-long camps fill quickly; register for prime sessions early for best results.

Summer Swim Lessons & Camp
95 Racquet Club Drive
San Rafael, California 94901
Phone: (415) 456-1153
Distance from Sausalito: About 14 miles.

Total Golf Adventures: North Bay Premiere Junior Golf offers summertime camp programs for children over age-5. These day camp programs concentrate of golfing skills; however, there is always room for fun. Call for current youth-camp schedules.

Total Golf Adventures
936-B Seventh Street #306
Novato, California 94945
Phone: (415) 599-9478
Distance from Sausalito: About 17 miles.
Web: www.northbay.golftga.com

 

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