The ultimate summer camp experience is back and better than ever. Summer Camps have been transformed to offer participants ages 1 to 15 more programming options that are fun, safe, and exciting for all. From optional field trip and swim days to the all-new and affordable Specialty Camps featuring a wide range of week-long themed activities, Camp Cucamonga truly offers something for every family looking to give their campers a unique experience this summer. Hurry, though! Spots fill quickly!
Here’s what your campers will look forward to.
Camp Junior – ages 1 to 5: Features hands-on exploration and social interaction through art, activities, songs, games and more in a setting where campers work and play together. Parents, guardians, and counselors team up to offer camp activities that foster growth and development while instilling self-confidence and respect for others. Four programs are featured based on child’s age. The 4½ to 5 age group will have all of the fun of summer camp with an academic review component for those campers entering kindergarten.
Camp Kahuna – ages 6 to 11: Enjoy an airshow at Cable Airport, watch Tremor, Aftershock and the rest of the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Baseball team duke it out in an attempt at a seismic victory over the Lancaster JetHawks, participate in a swashbuckling Pirate Dinner and Show in Buena Park, venture off to Guasti Regional Park for a day at the lake, and so much more. Field trips and swim days are optional and offered “al a carte” for an additional fee. Also new this year are select special events that all campers are invited to participate in.
Specialty Camps – ages 7 to 11: Specialty Camps feature week-long themed camps jam-packed with activities suitable for all interests. Campers will explore ocean life, go LARPing, advocate for wildlife and learn how to preserve the planet’s ecosystems, hike, fish and gain valuable survival skills, participate in outdoor games, create art projects and make scientific discoveries.
T.R.A.C. Teen Camp – ages 12 to 15: This supervised camp allows teens to stay productive during the summer break, make new friends, and get active in the community. Each week will focus on one quality or characteristic of community service and leadership implemented into that week’s activities. Registration fee includes access to field trips and special events.
For Camp details, participant handbooks, contact information, and to register, visit www.RCpark.com.
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