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Summer Camps

Previously published in our May 2008 issue. This list was compiled based on the best information available. If you have a summer program you want to share, send the information to us and we will add it here.


Aquatic Outdoor Camps
for teens with disabilities 808-2340 www.accessleisuresac.org

CSUS Aquatic Camp
June 9-August 29, 8:30am-4pm
Basic and specialized camps. Sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, boating, safety.
Ages 7-17
278-2842
sacstateaquaticcenter.com

Gibson Ranch Horse Camp
June 16-August 15, 9am-1pm
Riding, Conformation, Safety, Care, Cost, Animal Health.
Ages 8-18
991-7592
dawn@gibson-ranch.com
gibson-ranch.com/camp.htm

Kids Camp
June 23-August 15, M-F 9am-3pm
Games, sports, arts and crafts, music and fieldtrips!
Kinderdarten thru 5th grade
South Natomas Community Center
2921 Truxel Rd.
808-1574
jiniguez@cityofsacramento.org

Tennis Camps
starts June 13, 9-12pm
Scholarships available. Also Camps for baseball, volleyball, Softball, rowing, men/women's soccer.
Ages 6-18
Sacramento State
859-5910 x3081
hornetsports.com

Youth/Adult Tennis Program
All classes at North Natomas Community Park
For all camps contact: cityofsacramento.org
click on to the Park and Recreation Guide for Summer 2008
automated registration 808-1234 or 808-6060 for more information.
Tiny Tots Tennis
Ages 4-7
May5-August 18
5-5:30pm
PreAcademy Tennis
Beginner/Intermediate class
Ages 8-17 years
May 5-August 18
5:30-6pm
Jr. Excellence Tennis
Intermediate/Advanced
Ages 8-17 years. Students accepted at instructor’s discretion.
May 5-August 18
6:30-8pm
Adult Tennis
Age 18+
A refresher course to the game or sharpening your strategy skills.
May 5-August 18
6:30-8pm

Teen Unity
June 19-August 11, 2:30-7pm
Sports, games, field trips, cooking projects, arts & crafts.
6th - 12th grade
South Natomas Community Center
2921 Truxel Rd.
808-1571

William Land Golf Course
June-Aug. 23
Various days & times
Programs for girls, boys, beginning to intermediate, Ages 5-17
William Land Park
1701 Sutterville Road
451-6240
thefirstteesacramento.org

Camp Sacramento
June 25-Aug. 29
19-acre property in the Sayles Flat area of the El Dorado National Forest. 61 cabins, restrooms, showers, dining hall, a lodge, various ball courts, and the scenic American River.
Reservations 808-6098 or cityofsacramento.org/ parksandrecreation/campsac/expect.htm

Girl Scout Camps
Girl Scouts Heart of Central California offers day and resident camps for all girls between 6 to 18 years of age. Girls do not have to currently be registered as a Girl Scout or be in a troop.
girlscoutshcc.org/program/camp/camp.html

Boy Scout Camps
Day and resident camps in northern California. Must be a registered Boy Scout.
Various Cub Scout Day Camps
Jan Carver Silva
carversilva@comcast.net
Ron Foronda
Council Program Director
916-257-9724 cell phone
rforonda@gec-bsa.orgm

YMCA Summer Programs
Call 452-9622 for all programs
http://www.Sacymca.org

YMCA Day Camp
Ages 1st - 6th grades
June 16-Aug. 29
Weekly themes and field trips
7:30am-6pm

YMCA Teen Community Camp
Ages 7th-9th grades
Weekly themes: responsibility, exploring heritage, discovering differences, strengthening your community, environment
7am - 5:30pm

YMCA Camp Dirt
Ages 11-15
July 17-Aug. 8
Learn to ride dirt bike motorcycles. Beginning and intermediate. No experience necessary. Height and weight restrictions.

California Musical Theatre
Ages 13-16
July 18-23
Backstage Pass: introduces musical theater with a "behind-the-scenes" look at a professional musical theater company, including seeing a production at the Music Circus.
www.CaliforniaMusicalTheatre.com