This five-day program offers youth ages 6-11 in our local community the opportunity to take advantage of our beautiful 217 acre Occidental property and gives campers a chance to try new things, make life-long friends, trust in their peers, and build relationships with amazing counselors. We are able to provide all of this through a diverse set of program activities, special theme days, and daily group reflections called “soul foods”. Your child can have a chance to grow emotionally and physically in a supportive community of peers and adult leaders. CYO Camp is the only resident and day camp program in West Sonoma County that is accredited by the American Camp Association.
Our Camp Philosophy
At CYO Camp, we focus more on the growth and learning than just doing activities. We teach social intelligence, self-control, gratitude, grit, curiosity, optimism and zest. Being a part of a camp group with lots of new faces builds social intelligence, gives campers a greater ability to find solutions in conflicts with others. Trying new activities grows curiosity, teaches kids how to ask questions and helps them be even more eager to explore new things.
CYO Camp offers an unequaled variety of opportunities to develop well-rounded youth. At camp, we encourage “dabbling” rather than expertise. Throughout the day, our campers learn about, explore, and participate in the widest variety of activities, expanding their horizons and cultivating a desire to try new things.
We focus on preparing children for future success. Companies like Google, Apple, and Disney have identified the skills they’re looking for in the 21st century: creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication. At CYO Camp, our staff teaches these things at every activity. While your child is having fun, they’ll be gaining an advantage for life!
Camp leads the way in using the best methods to help children learn and grow. Kids learn best by doing, and CYO Camp helps our campers grow by involving them in high-interest activities, practicing new skills through hands-on discovery in small groups.
Huckleberry Day Camp offers six, week long programs. Our affordable tuition includes all activities, a weekly field trip, two daily snacks, and lunch.
Weekly Activities: Swimming, Canoeing, Hiking, Archery, Arts & Crafts, Environmental Education, Gaga Ball, Basketball, Sports, Weekly Field Trip and Tie-Dye
Other themed activities that vary from week to week include: Team Building Course, Garden, Zumba, Talent Show, Campfires, Capture the Flag, Cooking, and Dance.
2018 Huckleberry Day Camp Weeks and Rates
Week 1: Monday, June 25 – Friday, June 29
Week 2: Monday, July 9 – Friday, July 13
Week 3: Monday, July 16 – Friday, July 20
Week 4: Monday, July 23 – Friday, July 27
Week 5: Monday, July 30 – Friday, August 3
Week 6: Monday, August 6 – Friday, August 10
Daily Drop Off: 8:30AM-9:00AM
Daily Pick Up: 4:30PM-5:00PM
Weekly Tuition: $ 240
Financial assistance is available for qualifying families.
Take advantage of our special discounts!
Early Bird – Register before March 31st and save $40
Family and Friends –Save $35 when you bring an additional family member or friend to camp
Need additional Information? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 707-874-0240.