The Randall Museum has a full season of fantastic summer camps for your
child. Click here for complete details about 2014 Randall Museum summer camps.
Camps include a wide range of hands-on science, art, technology, nature
study, and physical play. We provide an excellent 1:9 staff to camper ratio.
This summer we have four, 2-week day camps for ages 6-12. A one-week
sleep-away camp at Camp Mather near Yosemite National Park is offered for ages
10-12. Also look for three, 5-day Field Trip Camp, Marine Explorers, for ages
Day camps meet Monday-Friday for two weeks. Partial attendance is not
permitted. Camp starts at
and ends at Extended care is available from
to 6:0 for an additional fee.
Each camp day includes two structured classes, supervised play time, and a
lunch break. Structured activities vary from session to session; this summer’s
offerings include classes in ceramics, woodworking, robotics, marine science,
theater arts, and more.
Extended care activities include group games, movies, hikes, and more.
Camp registration opens to all on Saturday, March
15th at .
Registration will be first-come, first-served. There will be no priority/early registration.
Camp dates and prices are:
Mon-Fri June 2 - 6 & June 9 - 13
Day camp Session II: Mon-Thu June 16 - 20 & Mon-Fri June 23 - 27
Day camp Session III: Mon-Fri July 7 - 11 & July 14 - 18
Day camp Session IV: Mon-Fri July 21 - 25 & July 28 - August 1
Overnight ernight camp
Session at Camp
Mon-Fri July 14 - 18
Day Marine Explorers Fieldtrip Day Camp: Mon - Fri, June 16 - 20 or
Mon - Fri, June 23 - 27 or Mon - Fri, July 14 - 18.9
Day camp fees include all materials; you must send a bag lunch.
Overnight camp fees include all materials, meals, transportation, and lodging. odging.
Partial scholarships are available to low-income
Visit sfreconline.org or call 415-831-6800 during regular business hours
to learn whether you qualify and how to apply.