Family Camp

Enjoy Camp Natoma with fun for the whole family.

A special session with all the traditional activities & more!
Family camp is for everyone - moms, dads, grandparents, aunts, uncles, kids of all ages.
Spend two nights under the stars or in your own tent.
Be as active or relaxed as you wish. Spend your time hiking, swimming, practicing archery, making crafts, learning songs, and more! Enjoy two entertaining campfire presentations and 5 delicious buffet-style meals.

2017 June Camp - June 23 -25

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW!

 

Family Camp Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost?
Adults: $125            Child (under 10): $75

 

How are campsite assignments made?
Campsites will be selected upon arrival. Beds and mattresses will be provided. Hilltop & Acorn campsites will be family-camp style (all ages, males & females). Franklin camps will be female-only. Starkie’s campsite will be male-only. Stockton camp will host staff.

 

What activities are provided?
Campers will get to choose from different options during each activity period. Options include: swimming, hiking, arts & crafts, archery, geocaching, tomahawks, nature activities, games, songs and more.

 

What are the expectation for attendees?
Family Camp attendees are expected to participate in the schedule of activities. All attendees must complete a health history form, a signed liability waiver,  and abide by Camp Fire and Camp Natoma policies. Attendees will be considered “campers” at Camp Natoma and the staff will provide programming, cooking, and more! This policy is in effect to meet safety and accreditation standards.

 

What are the camp rules?
Campers must follow the designated camp schedule and must remain in central camp unless participating in an authorized activity. Abide by camp curfew.
Rules for campers are: Respect yourself, each other and the camp. Follow safety rules and instruction from staff. Have a desire to participate in camp programming in a positive way.
Camp Natoma has a zero tolerance policy for drugs, alcohol and violence.

 

What should I bring to Family Camp?
Sleeping bag, Pillow, 2 changes of clothing, Flashlight, Sturdy walking shoes, Warm sweatshirt, Hat with brim, Warm pajamas, Swimsuit, Towel, Water Bottle, Personal toiletries, Sunscreen, Mattress cover (old sheet), Non-aerosol & non-DEET insect repellant

 

How do I get to camp?
Family Camp attendees will ride the Camp Bus. Offsite parking location in Templeton.
Meeting time is 1:00pm on session start day at Templeton location. Departure is 11:00am on last day.

 

EXCLUSIVE UPGRADES AVAILABLE!

Do you want to sleep on a platform?
On a first come, first serve basis, you may indicate your upgrade on the registration form. Each platform has 2 beds.
$100 for a whole weekend upgrade!

  • CIT Camp Platform 1: The highest platform, open air, perched above Franklin pond.
  • CIT Camp Platform 2: Middle platform, nestled in the trees.
  • CIT Camp Platform 3: Closest to the flat, Dining Hall, and all the action.