Who: Ages 6 to 13; 11 to 13 year-olds welcome to join apprentice program
What: Nature-based camp
When: June through August, 9am to 3pm, M – F
Where: Preston Farm in Healdsburg; Rancho Mark West in Santa Rosa
Cost: $320, scholarships available
Online registration and scholarship applications for Owl Camp at Rancho Mark West opens on Monday, May 17 2021 at 5pm
Rancho Mark West (Waitlisted)
Please click on the highlighted titles by week for each program below to read the full camp description and locate the registration link for that week. Each week has to be registered for separately, and all attendee information entered by week as well. Apologies for the limitations of our registration system.
· July 12-16, 2021 Creative Arts and Movement featuring the Imaginists
· July 19-23, 2021 Ecology: The (Super) Strengths of Nature
· July 26-30, 2021 Ecology: Wonders of Water!
· August 2-6, 2021 Ecology: Boundless Biodiversity
LandPaths’ Summer Youth Programs Scholarship Application (Bilingual) Apply online here
Owl Camp North at Preston Farm (Waitlisted)
Ages: 6-13, with 11–13-year old’s welcome to join our Apprentice Program
Time: 9am to 3pm
Days: Monday – Friday
- Session 1: Click here to register for June 21-25, 2021
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, swim, canoe, make arts and crafts, act in plays, and learn to cook organic food straight from the garden! The results are happy, aware, curious kids who feel like they belong in nature and can’t wait to get back outside.
A Typical Day at Owl Camp
In the morning, we hike the trails, play games, explore and harvest from the garden, cook, make crafts, and canoe. After lunch, we explore the creek and the surrounding forest. Each week’s theme shapes what we explore and create, but the framework of each camp day stays consistent.
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 Owl Camp! 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.
*Please note that filling out the scholarship application is the first step in the process. It does not actually guarantee a scholarship. Scroll down to download scholarship applications or fill out online here.