Camp Bohemia

Who: Ages 7 to 13. Youth 14+ can join our youth mentor training program
What: Nature-based camp in Occidental
When: Three sessions in July 2021
Where: Bohemia Ecological Preserve
Why: Connect with nature and other campers in a fun, enriching environment
Cost: $350 with scholarships available

Held at Bohemia Ecological Preserve our protected preserve outside of Occidental, Camp Bohemia gives your child the chance to spend summer days surrounded by awe-inspiring prairie meadows, old-growth fir trees, riparian forest, and oak woodlands.  Campers hike, nature journal, study bird language, swim in the pond, explore creeks and meadows, play music, learn wilderness skills, and do nature crafts. 

Online registration for Camp Bohemia opens on Thursday, April 8 at 5pm.

2021 Dates and Times

Ages: 7-13 with youth 14+ invited to join our Youth Mentor Training Program  

Time: 10am- 4pm  

Days: Monday – Friday  

Session I: Wilderness Skills for Surviving and Thriving – Click here to register for July 12- 16, 2021 

Session II: Herbal Medicine Making, Wildcrafting, and Stewardship – Click here to register for July 19-23, 2021 

Session III: Art and Nature – Click here to register for July 26 – 30, 2021

Bilingual scholarship application for Camp Bohemia

Youth Mentor Program (Teens aged 14+)

Teens are invited to join Camp Bohemia as junior mentors. Junior mentors apprentice with our field specialists, assist with younger children, and have time to adventure and explore in nature. 


Our hands-on camp curriculum, taught by engaging field specialists, cultivates confidence, a sense of belonging, a connection with the land, a stewardship ethic, and nature knowledge.

Staff Safety Training

Our staff of CPR and first aid-certified, college-educated, skilled, and trained field specialists have years of experience working with youth in outdoor settings. Staff to camper ratio is generally one staff to 10 campers. Skilled and trained volunteers assist throughout the day, making the adult to camper ratio closer to 1 adult to 5 campers. All staff and volunteers have been fingerprinted.


Thank you for your interest in Camp Bohemia! LandPaths stands by the goal of offering magical, nature-based camp experiences to all children. All families are asked to contribute $50 to hold a space for your child. We offer full and half scholarships based on need and available spots. Transportation is not guaranteed, but your needs will be considered.  Click here to apply online or scroll down to download a paper application.


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