Family Camp FAQs
All families are welcome to family camp, including babies and grandparents!
$250 per person. Children 3 and under are free.
Registration will be similar to how we enroll campers into our regular Camp Woodcraft week-long summer sessions:
- Create a family account through CampSite by selecting the Register button above, and enroll each person (adult and children) as a camper.
- Register each adult and child in your family as a camper.
- Check-out for each camper, and select your payment plan.
- Pause and resume your application at any time, but a registration deposit is required to guarantee your spot!
If you’ve already started your family camp registration, remember to register each adult and child that will be attending!
Yes. During checkout you can choose an installment plan with a portion of enrollment fees due in October before camp starts. Families can log-in to the parent portal at any time and make a payment to their balance.
A total of 20-30 families can attend family camp depending on family sizes. This allows for each family to have a private or semi-private sleeping space.
Cabins are all rustic sleeping quarters with bunk beds. There is no electricity in the cabins. Private cabins sleep a family of up to 8 and semi-private cabins sleep a family of up to 6 on each side. There is a wall separating the two families with separate entrances on each side.
Transportation is not provided. Families are asked to drive to camp (about 2 hours from Los Angeles County) on their own. Parking is available on campgrounds. Families are also welcome to carpool with each other!
On Friday, dinner will be provided.
On Saturday, breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner is provided.
On Sunday, breakfast is provided.
Campers with dietary restrictions will be accommodated as necessary (meat free, dairy free, gluten free). We are also a nut-free camp and our meals are prepared with nut-free oils.
If your or your child has specific food allergies, please indicate this on the medical forms along with detailed instructions for remediation (epi pen, etc.). Our on-site health care supervisor and kitchen staff will arrange for alternative meals accordingly.
Yes. For family camp, you can bring your own snacks to camp. There will be a refrigerated area and a dedicated space near your cabin to store any and all food and snacks that you bring to camp. No snacks or food are allowed in the cabins.
We offer a variety of activities at camp including:
- Archery Tag
- Arts & Crafts
- Low Ropes
- Parent Workshops
- Rock Climbing
- Teambuilding activities
- ….and so much more!
In addition to our experienced camp team, camp activities will be supported by our team of inclusion specialists, committed to fostering an integrated environment and promoting socialization between all campers.