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Activity Category: Sports
“A traditional summer camp with the comforts of home.”
Resident Camp serves 7 -15 years old campers.
Traditional Camp Activities: We feature traditional camp activities such as archery, arts & crafts, horseback riding, swimming, outdoor survival, music, mountain biking and more. With our “free choice” format, campers are able to create their own program and pick the activities that they would like to try.
Each Wednesday during the afternoon activity sessions, we offer a variety of new activities to mix things up and allow our campers to try something new such as rock wall climbing, giant slip n’ slide, “spa” day or water rockets.
Camp Fire – Evening Activities: Resident Campers participate each night in a special evening program. Programs may include: Camp Fires, Dances, Karaoke Night, Skit Night, Bingo, Casino Night, Color Wars, Night Hikes, Sleep Outs, Moonlight Pool Parties and much more!
Cabin / Lodging: Campers stay in comfortable, college style dorm rooms with approximately 2-5 other campers. Both the boys’ and girls’ dormitories feature a common room, game room with ping pong and pool tables and an outdoor patio area. Large, modern bathrooms with privates showers are in each hall as well as washers and dryers. Counselors are also available to help out campers doing laundry for the first time!
Meals / Food Service: All of our nutrious meals are prepared by the Woodside Prioy School’s year around chef and professional food service team. Breakfast, lunch and dinner consists of hot meal options such as: Breakfast – omelets, French toast, pancakes and waffles. Lunch – ravioli with cream sauce, chicken ciabatta, roast beef, lasagna and fajitas. Dinner – grilled salmon, spare ribs, chicken marasla, grilled steak, stir fry and roasted turkey.
In additional, each meal is served along side a cereal, fresh fruit, salad, sandwich, pasta and baked potato bars.
Location: Mountain Camp Woodside is centrally located 45 minutes south of San Francisco near Silicon Valley and Stanford University. Nestled in a quiet valley near the Windy Hill Preserve, our camp has the feel of remoteness while being convenient to the entire Bay Area.
Staff: Our Resident Camp staff ratio is typically 4 to 1 and many of our counselors come from all over the world.