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About Our Camps:

Our camps are dedicated to providing children with fun and magical experiences outside. Please see ourFounding Principlespage to learn more about our teaching style and philosophy. We keep our group sizes small (max 6 students per teacher)  and our curriculum tailored to the children's interests, speed of learning, and passion. The Outdoors is such a wonderful playground for children to connect with their local environment, develop kinesthetic awareness and skills, interact with real, living materials, learn group communication and collaboration, and experiment with their creativity! Not to mention the healthy movement of our bodies. We love it!

*Truly inclement weather will lead to other enriching indoor activities, as the safety and wellbeing of the children is our first priority.

Camp Runs Daily :

9:30 – 3:00, Monday – Friday 

Payment // Registration:

<< Our Camps Are Completely Full. Please Fill Out Registration Form Below to Be On Waitlist >>

{ * it is a value of ours to be accessible, please ask us about our accessibility scholarships }

Student is considered Registered and placement is secured only after Santa Cruz Kids in Nature has received completed registration and payment.

To begin this process, please fill out our simple form below.

Camp Cancellation Policy:

Cancellations 30 days or more in advance of your session will be refunded minus $50 deposit. Cancellations less than 30 days in advance will be refunded minus $50 deposit, only if your space is filled by a wait-listed camper; otherwise no refund can be given.  For questions about our camps, please contact Kate Jaffe, our Director, by phone 949-742-0894 or by email at scforestkids@gmail.com.

We expect to sell out, and enrollment is limited, so be sure to sign up early to guarantee your spot.

Daily drop-ins are possible based on availability.

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"A touch of Nature makes the

whole world kin."

- William Shakespeare