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Summer Camp Fair


Do you have the kids’ summer activities all planned?  There are lots of great summer camps, activities and workshops for children in the community, if you need any additional information or want to meet the camp counselors, the Nevada City Summer Camp Fair is great event. The 5th annual event is coming up next Saturday, May 7nd, 10am- 2pm at the Vet’s Hall in downtown Nevada City, hosted in partnership with the Parents Resource Guide.  Nevada City and Grass Valley summer camps provide kids the opportunity to act, create, explore nature, work on a farm, swimming and much, much more.  Really, the hardest choice is figuring out which program works for your child.

Summer Camp Vendors attending the Nevada City Summer Camp Fair include: ARTsCOOL, Bear River Recreation & Park DistrictBear Yuba Land TrustCamp Gold Hollow, Community Canvas, Dance with Laura Bishop, Earthcare Day Camp, First Baptist Church Grass Valley,  Gold Country Kuk Sool Won Martial Arts Adventure Day Camp, Gold Country Yacht ClubMud Hut @ ASiFStudiosNevada City Parks & Recreation, Nevada County Tommyknocker Cloggers and Placer Nature CenterSierra Theaters and The Center of the Arts.

Other summer programs to check out in our area include:  Camp Rockin ‘U, Camp Woolman4 Earth Elements Education,  Community Asian Theater’s Xiao Mao, Camp Augusta, Food Love Project, Gold Country GymnasticsNevada County FairNevada County Public Library, Northern Sierra Aquatics,  The Artist WorkshopThe Ridge Racquet Club and Yuba Immersion Camp to name a few.  Feel free to leave a comment and share if there’s a program you want to be included.  Another tip, if you read this in time, go check out the Bear Yuba Land Trust EcoKids event at the Burton Homestead, on Saturday, April 30th to participate in the Take It Outside California event, to learn more about other kid activities.  What’s your favorite local summer camp adventure?

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  1. Britta Tigan
    Britta Tigan says:

    Families have been visiting Feather River Family Camp near Quincy since 1924. It’s owned by the city of Oakland, but anyone can go. Some our family’s best memories have been made there. Stay in a tent-cabin with beds and electricity, enjoy three meals a day with other families, join in all the activities including free childcare, horseback riding, creek-swimming. Hot showers and a big bathtub for the kids included. No camping gear needed. Very affordable! See http://featherrivercamp.com/

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  2. Margie Rademaker
    Margie Rademaker says:

    How do you get info on being a camp vendor at this event? Nevada County Country Club has a golf camp every year open to the public for kids 8-14 and we would love to get the word out to more families

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  3. Eleni
    Eleni says:

    Thanks for this amazing list of opportunities for kids in Nevada County. What an amazing place for scheduled and unscheduled exploration. The river, the forests, the lakes, the mountains .. so fun.

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