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This summer, LandPaths is offering a total of eight Owl Camp sessions in three different locations in Sonoma County! Each Owl Camp session is one week. You’ll need to register for each week separately. We ask that families register for a maximum of two weeks of camp per youth this summer. This allows more youth the opportunity to experience camp.
Days: Monday – Friday
Time: 9am – 3pm
Ages: 6 – 13 (youth will grouped by age)
Cost: $375 with partial and full scholarships available based on need
Locations, Dates and Theme
Owl Camp North at Preston Family Farm
June 12 – 16, 2023 – Creek, Critters, and Life on the Farm – REGISTER
June 19 – 23, 2023 – Creeks, Critters, and Life on the Farm – REGISTER
Owl Camp West at Bohemia Ecological Preserve
June 26 – 30, 2023 – Wonderful World of Water – REGISTER
July 31 – August 4, 2023 – Let’s Track Mammals – REGISTER
Owl Camp East at Rancho Mark West
July 10 – 14, 2023 – Radical Reptiles and Awesome Amphibians – REGISTER
July 17 – 21, 2023 – All About Birds – REGISTER
July 24 – 28, 2023 – Wonderful World of Water – REGISTER
July 31 – August 4, 2023 – Power of Plants – REGISTER
LandPaths is actively committed to making camp accessible for all youth, regardless of socioeconomic inequities. We offer scholarships to 40% of our participants, with the goal that the camp is a true reflection of our diverse Sonoma County community. Scholarships are limited and available based on need and availability.
*Filling out a scholarship application does not guarantee a scholarship. PLEASE wait for LandPaths’ staff to contact you with a scholarship approval before you register.
Special Note about Santa Rosa City Schools/Owl Camp Sessions
For students from the following schools: Abraham Lincoln, Albert F. Biella, Brook Hill, Helen Lehman, James Monroe, Luther Burbank, Steele Lane, Cesar Chavez Language Academy, Santa Rosa Middle, Herbert Slater, Hilliard Comstock. Please be aware that there are separate sessions of Santa Rosa City Schools Owl Camps that are paid for by your school district. Sign ups for SRCS Owl Camps are a completely separate process than the registration for the sessions on this page.
More details about this program will be available soon! Visit your school district website to find out more at Santa Rosa City Schools.
What is Owl Camp?
At Owl Camp, your child, aged 6 to 13, will spend their precious summer hours the old-fashioned way! Owl Campers return year after year to connect with the land, appreciate and care for nature, make new friends, sing songs, hike, play camp games, build forts, learn woodworking skills, make nature crafts, and participate in a stewardship project! Depending on the site, there will be options for swimming and canoeing (not available at all sites). At the heart of our camp is the opportunity for every camper to build memorable connections with the land, a foundation for a healthy community that deeply values caring for the land and each other.
A Typical Day at Owl Camp
In the morning, we hike the trails, play games, hike, and make nature crafts. After lunch, we explore the creek and the pond. Each week’s theme shapes what we explore and create, but the framework of each camp day stays consistent.
Our staff are CPR and First Aid-certified, skilled and trained outdoor educators bringing years of experience working with youth in outdoor settings. Staff to camper ratio is generally 1 staff to 12 campers. We also have a cadre of skilled and trained volunteers assisting throughout the day, making the adult to camper ratio closer to 1 adult to 5 campers. All Camp staff and volunteers have been fingerprinted for background checks.
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