The Belmont Horsemanship Camps at Montevista School offer a tremendous opportunity to learn about horses and ride for hours every day! Our facility is beautiful with comfortable cabins for our resident campers. We also offer limited spots for full-day and half-day camps for local campers.
Resident Campers arrive Sunday afternoon and spend the week learning about horse care, developing riding skills, and making new friends. Saturday morning our campers have an opportunity to show off their skills at our Horse Show
Black Oak Wilderness School
Classes for teens, adults, and families wanting to explore new ways to engage in nature and outdoor adventures.
Black Oak Wilderness School has expert instructors teaching survival skills, leadership, natural sciences, blacksmithing, bow making, archery, animal tracking, bird language, backpacking, bike shop and more!
heck out our Fox Walkers Teen Rites of Passage program for students grades 9-12. Fox Walkers meet once per month to go camping and learn what it means to become independent and confident adults who care for the environment.
Camp Hammer is a Christian camping facility located on one hundred acres of Redwood forest in the beautiful Santa Cruz Mountains. Camp Hammer exists to build biblical relationships rooted in love and grown in truth. The heart of our ministry is to share the message of Jesus Christ with each guest who stays at camp through genuine service and biblical truth.
CAMP HAMMER FIRE UPDATE
We’ve heard from many of you who would like to volunteer with cleanup efforts at Camp Hammer! Thank you for your love of camp and desire to serve! At the moment we are finalizing a work plan that is focused on erosion control and containing debris from the burned structures. This will involve installing straw waddles, silt fences and sand bags. However, before we can perform the work we need to make sure it can be done safely–especially when it comes to our volunteers.
We will be providing updates and additional details once we have finalized the work plan. To receive these updates directly please email email@example.com.
Thanks again and God Bless!
Welcome to Camp Unalayee, place of friends, where adventures and friendships last a lifetime at the best wilderness summer camp for kids.
Unalayee has been taking kids on outdoor adventures since 1949. Located in Northern California’s Trinity Alps, we are a non-profit, co-ed wilderness summer camp that provides meaningful outdoor experiences for children ages 10-17. Whether boating, backpacking, making crafts or learning leadership skills, campers learn how to safely enjoy a remarkably beautiful wilderness setting.
As a non-profit, Unalayee takes great pride in welcoming children from all walks of life. Unalayee provides assistance to many of its campers, allowing kids from all income levels to have a wilderness summer camp experience. Our program actively teaches campers confidence, compassion, community and conservation.
As a wilderness summer camp, Unalayee is proud to have introduced thousands of kids to backcountry living while maintaining an impeccable safety record. Kids in our summer camp programs learn about themselves as they learn to live in the wilderness. The rugged terrain of the Trinity Alps provides a challenging and dramatic backdrop for wilderness adventure.
Welcome to Daybreak Camp
Daybreak is a Christian camp located in the beautiful, coastal redwoods of Felton, CA, just 6 miles from Santa Cruz and the Pacific Ocean.
Our focus is to create opportunities to build foundations for spiritual refreshment, encouragement and memorable experiences. Bonds are formed and lessons learned as guests are encouraged to deepen their relationships as they grow closer to Jesus Christ and God through their camping adventure.
Campers who have completed grades 2 through 5 experience opportunities to build relationships with each other, adults and God. Learn More »
For students who have completed grades 6 through 8, WildSide provides opportunities to discover who God is and what He does in their lives. Learn More »
Join us this summer in the beautiful Trinity Alps Wilderness in Northern California!
Enjoy, learn about, and care for the outdoors. FIELDGUIDES is a small, non-profit, outdoor education organization focused on providing personalized camping and backpacking programs for schools and individuals.
Fieldguides Outdoor Education Summer Programs include:
Summer Backpacking (Ages 12-17)
15-day backpacking trips in the beautiful Trinity Alps, Russian, and Marble Wildernesses! Participants will spend 15-days hiking to gorgeous alpine lakes & exploring rich conifer forests. Sleeping out under the stars, cooking over fires, and making memories that will last a lifetime.
Wilderness Leadership Training (Ages 16-17)
Backcountry navigation, trail cooking, shelter building, wilderness first aid & emergency safety procedures. These are just some of topics explored during our Wilderness Leadership Training program! Participants will also discuss group dynamics, practice communication techniques and begin to understand the obligations of leadership.
Family Days (All ages!)
Bring your family for an incredible camping experience at a remote wilderness lake in the Camp Unalayee Basin! Fieldguides staff will take care of all your food and cooking needs as well as offer activities from hiking and swimming to boating and crafts!
Can’t make it this summer? We also offer a variety of trips during the school year! Check out our “Individual Programs” page to learn more about our trips for families & individuals or our “School Programs” page to learn about our unique approach to environmental education for schools & youth groups.
Mountain Meadow Ranch Camp
Mountain Meadow Ranch is a co-ed, sleep away summer camp for kids ages 7 to 16. We have enjoyed 61 summers of family owned and operated summer camp life, our current directors are our third generation! Uniquely located on a spacious 900-acre ranch north of Lake Tahoe, in the northeastern slopes of the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains. We are nestled between the preserved natural beauty of the Lassen and Plumas National Forests, and the wild desert of the Great Basin. We offer a traditional camp program during the best weeks of summer. Our unique summer camp philosophy allows campers to bond and become like family through the many activities we provide.
Our enrollment is limited to approximately 100 campers per session. Keeping our camp family small makes it easy for everyone to feel included and make genuine connections. With the help of our returning campers (+70% return since 1993), a strong sense of family develops quickly. As a part of the family, each camper is invited to contribute to the positive environment of encouragement, caring, and connection that mark a family. Making friends is easy when you are in a culture that celebrates uniqueness and authenticity. Come to connect!