Sonoma State University's Super Kids Camp was founded in 1992 and is an annual camp that hosts over a hundred campers per day during a ten-week program. There is an eight-to-one camper to counselor ratio. We welcome campers age five-eleven and group them into littles (age 5-6), middles (age 7-9), and bigs (age 10-11) to allow campers to make friends with other peers their age.
Our campers never get bored of the same old routine at camp! Weekly themes make it possible for our super kids to expect fun and exciting activities every time they come to camp.
As Sonoma State University students, we understand that children often forget much of what they've learned during the school year, which is why we emphasize learning at Super Kids Camp. Our counselors work hard to create and teach a forty-five minute lesson in art, science, drama, or sports that is age appropriate for each group. With our schedule, we can ensure your child will get to experience each of these subjects.
Every Monday, campers experience the adrenaline rush of rock climbing on the fabulous SSU rock climbing wall. All counselors are belay certified. There are other activities such as bracelet making, coloring, and reading for those campers who don't want to climb.
Every Wednesday, campers go on a field trip, which usually coincides with our weekly theme. Field trips depart around eleven in the morning and include a bus ride to the trips location. Campers need to bring their lunch on the bus as well as wear their Super Kids Camp shirt, which is given to them that morning. Campers usually return by three that day, depending on traffic.
Super kids campers are treated to special surprises put on by our four directors. These events usually go with the week's theme. Past events included visits from the Big Cat Show, service dogs, dance parties, and much more!
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, campers can swim in the Gymnasium pool located near the Wolves Den at Sonoma State University. Our counselors and directors are CPR and AED certified and are in the pool with the campers to maximize safety, as well as two lifeguards on duty. If you don't feel that your child is a strong swimmer, they can bring a life jacket from home, which they will then have to wear in the pool. Our lifeguards also offer a swim test for those campers who would like to swim in the deep end. Campers need to be able to swim from one side of the pool to the other, with no help to pass the test. Retakes are offered on the next pool day.
Parents, do you need a night out? Have your children join us for games, rock climbing wall, and a movie on June 21, July 12 and August 2 from 6:00-9:30PM. Our Late Night fee is $20 per camper.
July 29-August 2
Out of this World
Party in the USA
Under the Sea
SKC’s Got Talent
Field Trip (Wed.)
Rebounderz (June 5)
Double Decker Bowling (June 12)
Jelly Belly Factory (June 19)
Pump It Up (June 26)
Cal Skate (July 3)
Movie Theater- Toy Story 4 (July 10)
Scandia (July 17)
Spring Lake (July 24)
Adventure Recreation (July 31)
Howarth Park (August 7)