Day Campers (4 & 8-Week Sessions)
Fee: $100 **$75 if registered by June 20
Ages: PreK - 10th Grades
Sample a day of Roughing It Day Camp at the Lafayette Reservoir! Campers will participate in a Swim &/or Horseback Riding lesson, fish, row, hike, make crafts, play camp games and sports, and do nature activities. Campers are grouped by grade and will spend the day with their counselor. Skill based instruction in small groups designed for all ages and abilities. Try lots of activities, meet new friends, get comfortable at camp and have fun in the great outdoors. All campers should bring swim suit and towel, and wear closed toe shoes for horseback riding.
Fee: $100 **$75 if registered by June 20
Ages: PreK - 2nd Grade
An introductory camp day for campers interested or enrolled in our Little Raccoons program. Campers will spend the day at the Lafayette Reservoir fishing, hiking, making crafts, playing camp games, and may participate in a swim lesson. Our nurturing all-adult staff create a safe environment where young campers can gain self-confidence and have a positive first time camp experience. All campers should bring a swim suit and towel. Campers must be potty trained.
Fee: $80 **$60 if registered by June 20
Ages: 1st - 6th Grades
Try a day of Roughing It's Outdoor Explorers Program at the Lafayette Reservoir! Campers will fish, row, hike, make nature crafts, play camp games and sports, and explore the natural world. Group activities and daily choice periods allow campers to have an exciting day of outdoor adventure with their counselor and other Outdoor Explorers.
Fee: $150 **$110 if registered by June 20
Ages: 4th - 10th Grades
Register Online (registration limited to campers currently enrolled in Horse Day Camp for the Summer)
Horse campers will spend a day at our Moraga horse site, see all the horses, and participate in 2 riding lessons, horsemanship, and animal care. Skill based instruction in English Riding for beginner - advanced riders.
How To Register
Registration for Sample Camp must be received by the Monday before Sample Camp.
Transportation and Pick Up/Drop Off of Your Child
We do not provide transportation on Sample Camp Day. Campers for all programs should be dropped off at the Lafayette Reservoir at 8:55am and picked up by 3:00pm. Parents are more than welcome to arrive at the reservoir at 2:30pm to see "Closing Circle" and the day's announcements, skits and camp songs. Extended care is not available on Sample Camp Day.
A check-in table will be set up for morning drop off at the far left end of the Lafayette Reservoir main parking lot. Please check-in at this table with your child at 8:55am.
The check-out table for afternoon pick up will be near "closing circle," 100 yards up the hill from the parking lot (far left side). Please sign out at the table before you pick up your child. Only authorized persons listed in the camper application are allowed to pick up campers.
What to Wear to Camp
- Shorts, long pants or sweatpants
- Tennis Shoes. No Sandals, Crocs, Teevas or other open-toe shoes!
- Campers can wear sweats over a T-shirt and shorts on cool mornings
- Clothing needs to be modest and appropriate for Roughing It. The fit should be neither too loose nor too tight for normal participation in camp activities. Clothing that exposes cleavage, midriff or buttocks when bending, running, etc., is unacceptable.
- Makeup is not needed nor acceptable at camp.
- No personal items, including watches or jewelry, other than the above. We do have a Lost and Found every day at Closing Circle. Help us to return your camper's belongings by clearly marking all personal items, especially towels and Roughing It clothing.
- For Day Campers (4 & 8 Weeks): Closed-toe shoes are required for horseback riding. We provide helmets for campers who ride. Bring swimsuit and towel for swimming.
- For Horse Campers: Wear long pants, riding boots or boots (not hiking boots) with a 1/4 inch heel to ride in saddles.
What to Bring to Camp
- Lunch and beverage in a paper sack or a soft reusable lunch bag. No hard-sided lunch boxes, please!
- Small plastic water bottle is a must.
- Sweatshirt for cool mornings.
- A hat for protection from the sun plus sunscreen if your camper sunburns easily.
- Day pack to carry the above items and any other essential items.
What NOT to Bring to Camp
- Anything Electronic: iPods, Cell Phones, Video Games, CD Players
- Jewelry or Makeup
- Sports Equipment
- Fishing Gear
- Toys or Stuffed Animals
- Trading Cards
- Pets or any other living animal
- Anything else not mentioned in "What to Bring to Camp"
See Parent Information for our Camp Policies, Lunch Guidelines and more tips on getting ready for Sample Camp.