Best Summer Camps in San Francisco for 2022

Which summer camps are available for your kids in the San Francisco area?

We've narrowed your search down to a list of great local programs. Whether your kids are into sports, tech, arts, or simply, a having good time with friends, you're sure to find the perfect camp for your child from this list of San Francisco camp programs. Take a look at some of our 2022 summer camp picks for children in San Francisco:

  • Photo Sprouts

    Photosprouts is the top rated digital photography workshop in San Francisco.

    Description: We offer photography classes for beginners and advanced level photographers. Equipment is provided in the Beginners' Photography Workshops so that you don't need to buy a camera to come to a photography class. You'll get plenty of hands-on practices during the class, not just the theories. We keep the class size small so that you'll get sufficient amount of individual attention from the instructor.

  • Gator Camp

    Description: Gator Start (our morning camp) will focus on teaching children life skills and how to become balanced, well-rounded healthy individuals.

    Through a variety of engaging games and activities, our campers will learn to develop critical skills that can help them throughout their lives. Our curriculum is designed around science, art and movement to engage campers to explore and enjoy the world around them. We want everyone to have fun while participating in activities that encourage academic skills, such as critical thinking, problem solving and effective communication, in addition to learning movement skills, such as gymnastics, fitness and nutrition.

    Outcomes: This program will be a fantastic way to have fun in a positive environment and make new friends, develop self-confidence, perseverance and leadership skills, and strengthen the body and mind.

  • Camp Doodles

    Marin Ranch Camp is Marin County's premier overnight summer camp.

    Desription: Just 1 hour north of the Golden Gate Bridge, our fun and engaging overnight camp program is where kids ages 7 - 17 (Leadership-In-Training for 9th - 12th graders) can hike, swim, boat, explore and play. A place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in an intentional community of caring people. Our camp is the perfect choice for Bay Area children wanting to attend a classic overnight summer camp, either for the first time or as seasoned campers!

    Philosophy: We believe children need a place where they can be free from the pressures of everyday life and over-scheduling and engage directly with nature. Marin Ranch Camp has limitless opportunities to do so thanks to our beautiful location in West Marin at the Walker Creek Ranch Outdoor Education Center.

  • Camp EDMO

    We’re not new here! In fact, we’ve been in the business of creating incredible camp experiences since 2004.

    Description: At Camp EDMO, Pre-K through 8th graders experience the spirit of summer camp while engaging in hands-on activities that unleash their inner maker, scientist, artist, and coder.

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  • JCCSF Camp

    Ages: 2 – 14

    Description: Summer Camp at the JCCSF is where kids shine bright! We offer a wide variety of unique camp options that will appeal to kids of all ages, abilities and aspirations.

  • French Summer Camps

    Overview: EFBA's French ACA and WASC accredited summer camps allow children to acquire language and above all to discover cultures and create intrinsic motivation for the pursuit of French learning! No French experience required.

    Desription: Summer camps are organized into exciting weekly themes designed to stimulate children’s curiosity and their motivation to play in French. Travel the world, make discoveries, or even join the circus with EFBA!

    Ages & Locations: Camps are offered for children ages 5 to 11 in 3 Bay Area locations: San Francisco, Emeryville, and Mountain View.

    Schedule: A day at our summer camp starts at 8:30am and ends at 3:00pm, with the option of enrolling your child in additional aftercare. Camps run for 6 weeks from June 27th to August 5th. Choose the weeks and dates that work best for your family!

    Outcomes: Our supervision rate of 1 adult to 7 children gives children a choice of activities while keeping them safe. After a week with EFBA, children will have a deeper sense of individuality, creativity, and respect for other cultures and languages.

    Camp Director: Julia Peillon

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