Winter Break Full Day Adventure Camps 2020
February 18, 19, 20, and 21


High School students can join as an assistant and get 8 hours of volunteer time! 

Space was limited to 12 campers and 2 assistants per day.

We travel to each destination in our 15 passenger adventure van and we cover all admission charges. There are 1 to 2 high school assistants along with Mr. C each day. 
6th thru 8th graders can be junior assistants and pay $15 less per day than the K thru 5th graders.

Drop-off and pick-up at:
Marin Treks Natural History Museum
1559 South Novato Blvd. Suite H 
Novato, CA 94947

Camp Cost:
Grades 1 - 5       $90 per day plus activity costs for the day
Grades 6 - 8       $75 per day plus activity costs
Grades 9 - 11     free except activity cost

Enroll for 2 or 3 days and save $5 per day  
All 4 days and save $10 per day  

Siblings and friends save an additional $5 per day when enrolling together!

Children need to bring/wear:

  • Sturdy backpack with lunch, 2 or 3 snacks, and a water bottle
  • Jacket and sturdy shoes (no open toes shoes or flip flops allowed at camp)
  • Sunscreen and hand sanitizer
  • Hat for outdoor adventures

Complete "What to Bring & Wear" list will be emailed to all parents before camp starts. 

Tuesday February 18  
We visit the awesome Lawrence Hall of Science in Berkeley for the virtual reality exhibit that just captivated the camp children during Christmas vacation.  

Add $15 per child

Wednesday February 19
The amazing Rock City on Mount Diablo to climb on and explore the giant boulders and wind caves at this Bay Area state park.  We'll likely see plenty of frogs, salamanders, and other winter loving creatures.

No extra charge for this camp day.

Thursday February 20
Point Reyes Bear Valley Visitor Center and Kule Loklo Miwok Village to look for winter loving creatures including frogs, salamanders, banana slugs, millipedes, and much more! 

No extra charge for this camp day.

Friday February 21
​Rebounderz Trampoline Park (Rohnert Park)

Marin Treks full day camp reg. form:  

Marin Treks 
Natural History Museum