Ages 6 and Under
Guppies (3–4 years old) and Crawdads (5–6 years old) can read stories, ride the pontoon boat, visit the firehouse, and go on make-believe adventures to learn about the environment. Kids must be potty-trained to participate.
Ages 7 to 10
Mergansers (7–8 years old) and Chickarees (9–10 years old) learn about the environment and local history as they hike, canoe, play games, make crafts, and participate in activities designed to enhance their self-esteem and sense of wonder.
Ages 11 and Up
Marmots (11–12 years old), Ospreys (13–14 years old) and Teens (15 years old and up) can hone their teamwork skills as they explore the woods, spend time on the water, and try their hands at improv. The Osprey and Teen groups go backpacking overnight.
Adults can take their pick of outdoor adventure, water sports, art workshops, staff-led book discussions, and more; there are plenty of opportunities to experience once-in-a-lifetime adventures alongside fellow Stanford alumni campers.