Registration opens February 11th at 10am!
Every weekly session begins with an all-camp welcome and ends with an all-camp show. Our campers build lasting friendships with their peers as they create, explore, investigate and, most importantly, enjoy the great outdoors. Audubon Adventure Summer Camp is a proud Partner of the National Inclusion Program. We welcome campers of ALL abilities. Have a slightly older camp? Check out Expedition Camp or Audubon Youth Leaders!
To start your registration, review the schedule below and click on the week you'd like to select.
|Animal Architects||June 17-21||**New** Campers take on the role of animals! We’ll build dens, dig burrows, and create our own nests all using materials we find along our hikes!|
|Young Nats||June 24-28||
**New** A special camp just for three year olds! You're never too young to be a naturalist! Campers explore the hidden secrets within the bay, forest, and shorelines!
|Messy Mud!||June 24-28||Bay mud is deep, it’s rich, it’s messy, and it’s super fun to explore! Over it, on it, or under it, we’ll discover a world of fascinating creatures from crabs to anemones to crazy-looking worms that live in our bay mudflats.|
|Bug Blitz||July 1-3 and 5||
**New** They aren't creepy, but they are crawly and so important! Campers learn all about the role insects play in our ecosystem! We’ll explore water, mud, and fields to see what we can find with our magnifying glasses!
|Crafty Critters||July 8-12||
**New** Nature is our inspiration! We will adventure along trails and beaches to bring out the artist in us! Using natural materials we will get the chance to explore our imagination and make our own crafts!
|Shark Week||July 15-19||Why do hundreds of leopard sharks visit Richardson Bay every summer? Who are the Bay’s important predators and prey? From five-foot sharks to the tiniest plankton, we’ll discover the players in our Bay’s diverse food web.|
|Messy Mud!||July 22-26||Bay mud is deep, it’s rich, it’s messy, and it’s super fun to explore! Over it, on it, or under it, we’ll discover a world of fascinating creatures from crabs to anemones to crazy-looking worms that live in our bay mudflats.|
|Survivor||July 29 - Aug 2||Campers awaken their survival instincts as they forage for edible plants, build shelters, and get to know the plants, wildlife, and birds with whom we share the sanctuary. Together we'll honor and explore what it's like to be one with nature..|
|Shark Week||Aug 5-9||Why do hundreds of leopard sharks visit Richardson Bay every summer? Who are the Bay’s important predators and prey? From five-foot sharks to the tiniest plankton, we’ll discover the players in our Bay’s diverse food web.
|Avian Adventures||Aug 12-16||**New** Campers learn all about birds through exploration and adventure! From songbirds to egrets to hawks, there are so many incredible birds to discover.|
Audubon Adventure Summer Camp is for children ages 4 to 8 years old. Please do not ask us to make exceptions for younger campers.
New this year is Young Nats, a half-day session for three-year-olds!
For campers between the ages of 9 and 11, check out Expedition Camp. Campers over the age of 11, can register for our summer Audubon Youth Leaders program.
The camp registration system is completely online. Click on the links above to begin. For individuals requesting a scholarship position, please use the form below and mail it to:
Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary
376 Greenwood Beach Road
Tiburon, CA 94920
Cost and Time
One week of Audubon Adventure Summer Camp is $450, excluding the week of July 3rd, which is $350. Camp runs Monday through Friday from 9am until 3pm. Drop-off begins at 8:40am.
If a program is full or your desired option is not available, you may add your name to the wait list. There are always cancellations for programs, so we strongly encourage the use of the wait list. Register as you normally would and you'll automatically be placed on this list.
Questions: For questions regarding programs, registration, contact the Center Director. Check out a sample daily schedule below.
Center Director Information:
(415) 388-2524 x111