Angel Island Day Camp is focused on building outdoor skills, everyday consists of two outdoor experiences, traditional camp games, art projects, team-building exercises, and more! Open to Bay Area youth ages 9 - 13, campers get to experience new activities in a safe and fun environment. Pick-up and drop-off occur at either the Tiburon Ferry Station or the San Francisco Ferry Building.
Galileo combines traditional summer camp fun with lasting, innovation-igniting learning for all ages (Pre-K through 10th grade). Supported by great staff the campers will emerge as confident creators ready to turn their dreams into reality. Camp Galileo offers three locations in San Francisco: Rooftop Middle School (Mayeda Campus), Francis Scott Key Elementary, and San Francisco School of Girls.
The Children’s Creativity Museum offers hands-on, multimedia arts and technology experiences designed to build creative confidence in children ages 2-12. They include different camps for children of all interests, check out their website for more information! Located at: 221 4th Street San Francisco.
Learning and fun come together in each two-week session of Discovery Camp. Each session is packed with robust programming that provides the perfect blend of Bay Area Discovery Museum's exhibits and the surrounding National Park, Fort Baker. Discovery Camp caters to ages 4-14 and is located at 557 McReynolds Rd in Sausalito.