Tara Redwood School offers a great summer camp!
Children explore, play, have adventures and discover something new everyday on 108 acres of creeks, woods and meadows!
Journey Into The Heart Of Nature
June 15th – August 14th*
*Call for weekly schedules.
We offer a wonderful outdoor program for
3–5 years olds. FULL.
& 5–10 years old. FULL
Friends of the Earth, Friends of the Ocean, Friends of the Forest, Friends of the World
Forest exploration and water play
Creative arts, cooking, sewing and clay work
Yoga and mindfulness practice
Science of plants and animals
*Camp Registration Note
*If your child is between 5 and 6 and you feel they would be better suited in the older class, please contact the Tara Redwood Office.
Camp for 5–10 years old
Journey Into the Heart of Nature
June 15th–August 14st. FULL
WIND, FIRE, WATER, EARTH
Explore Tara Redwood School's amazing wilderness studies. Each week, we’ll explore cooperative games, creek exploration, habitat studies, animal observations, playful skits, nature themed art, and explore the various elements that support all life.
Activities also include:
Hikes through the forest and creeks
Movement & Play
Nature Observation & Mindfulness
Work collaboratively as well as independently
Lear about our emotions and inner values as taught through the CCC method at Tara Redwood School.
Our Summer Camp Educator.
Our summer camp educators bring with them several years of art curriculum development ,a leading innovation education camp for kids, and a strong focus in the arts and wilderness studies.
Preparing Kids for Camp and What to Bring
- Eat a big healthy breakfast before camp
- Pack large healthy lunch (please no candy)
- Snack in a separate container from lunch, Labeled “SNACK”
- A warm layer (for morning hikes), and shorts and short sleeves for hot afternoons
- Water play clothes, swimsuit or shorts
- Towel (with name on it)
- A hat
- Please remember to label all personal items.
Please also remember to pack:
- Sunscreen – please apply sunscreen to your camper before you leave the house
- Shoes suitable for hiking (NO open toed shoes): Tennis shoes, hiking shoes, or closed toed (Tevas are options)
- Water bottle with your child's name on it
- A backpack to carry lunch and sweater while hiking
- An extra change of clothes including underwear, bottoms and shirt in case of a wet accident.
“In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.”
— John Muir