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May 11, 2010 > Summer Camps

Summer Camps

Many summer camp programs have started registration. Activities are available for almost any preference and the bonus of making new friends. TCV is listing Greater Tri-City area summer camps open for registration. Suggestions and additions are always welcome; contact us at or call (510) 494-1999.


City of Fremont

RegeRec offers a wide spectrum of activities ranging from art to cooking; horsemanship to hip-hop; and rock-climbing to volleyball or (510) 494-4300

Daring and Dangerous Camp
Children (ages 7-11)
Indoor and outdoor fun, games and skill building around the farm
(510) 791-4196

Parkside Day Camp
Children (ages 6-10)
Games, arts & crafts, songs, sports and science projects
(510) 494-4344

Lakeside Village Adventure
Children (ages 10-12)
Swimming, hiking, fishing, team building, cooking, wildlife exploration and a weekly (Thursday) field trip to Aqua Adventure Waterpark
(510) 494-4349

Young Apprentice Movie Magic Camp
Children (ages 6-12)
Create a story, characters, script, set, produce a short film and visit Niles Essanay Film Museum
(510) 494-4349

Wacky Robots & Widgets
Children (ages 7-12)
Build your own robot to take home with you.
(510) 494-4349

Basketball Camp
Children (ages 4-7; 8-10; 11-14)
Ball handling, shooting, passing, and lots of fun games
(510) 791-4334

Do It Yourself Camp
Children (ages 7-12)
Sewing, cooking, money management, ironing, gardening and etc
(510) 494-4322

Junior Rangers Summer Camps
Children (ages 6-10)
Environmental appreciation and safety during any outdoor experience
(510) 790-5541

Ohlone For Kids
Students (grades 4-11)
Learning activities in Biology Blast, Lego-Robotics or classes in digital animation, news broadcasting, SAT prep and etc.
(510) 742-2304, or


Wildlife Camps
Children (up to grade 5)
Games, crafts, hikes, getting close to animals and connect with nature
Register by April 30 and automatically be entered into a drawing to win one of three free school educational programs, up to $150 value or (510) 881-674

Kids and Critter Care
July 6 - July 9 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Children (grades 2-5)
Wildlife Basics 101 will teach children to help save the local wildlife by creating a safe environment that they will want to call home or (510) 881-6747


City of Milpitas

Camp Golden Arrow
Children (ages 5-7)
Daily arts and crafts, songs and special activities with weekly field trips

Camp Winnemucca
Children (ages 8-12)
Arts and crafts, sports, board games, swimming and weekly field trips

Counselor in Training (CIT)
Teens (ages 13-16)
Student volunteers to assist in the Summer Day Camp Program
Applications due Friday, May 14
Milpitas Community Center
457 E. Calaveras Blvd.
(408) 586-3222 or

India Community Center (ICC) summer camps registration has started. Camps include: Cultural Immersion Camp, Movie Magic Camp, Bollywood Dance Camp, Bollyhop Camp, Chess Camp, Community Service & Leadership Camp and many more. ICC Sports and Table Tennis summer camps starting ages 5 are designed according to age-levels and ability as beginner, intermediate and advanced. or (408) 934-1130

Jr. Life guarding
Children (ages 10-14; 13-14; 8-16)
Training in pool safety, rescue techniques and swim lessons aide or (408) 586-3210

Summer Horse Camp
Children (ages 6 and up)
Riding, grooming, learning horse psychology, nutrition, saddling, safety, tack and stall care or (408) 586-3210

Chess Wizards
Children (ages 5-13)
Chess, lessons, puzzles, Wizard Says, Bug House, Mirror, Fisher, Take Me, charades, basketball, soccer, dodge ball and more or (408) 586-3210

Young Rembrandts Camp
Children (ages 6-12)
Explore different artists, art periods and create art or (408) 586-3210

Junior Mad Science Engineers
Children (ages 7-12)
Discover how different machines, simple and complex, are used in our daily lives or (408) 586-3210

NASA: Journey Space
Children (ages 5-12)
Explore the atmosphere on Earth, watch star dust burn and journey through the galaxy or (408) 586-3210

Math Olympiad
Children (ages 9-14)
Strengthen math intuition, master major strategies in creative problem solving and prepare for the Math Olympiads competition or (408) 586-3210

Peace Jams
Children (ages 5-14)
Character education, conflict resolution, service learning, citizenship and multicultural education or (408) 586-3210 or (408) 586-3210

Kidz Love Soccer
Children (ages 4.5-6; 7-8; 9-12)
Dribbling, passing, receiving and shooting or (408) 586-3210

Junior Jazzercise Camp
Children (ages 6-9)
Easy-to-follow dance moves to popular music, fitness games and light strength training or (408) 586-3210

Sports Camps
Students (grades 3-10)
Improve your skills in track and field, volleyball, baseball, badminton or basketball or (408) 586-3210


City of Newark

Starts July 24
Children (ages 13 & up)
Kim Oden, two-time Olympian and former assistant volleyball coach at Stanford University, will offer an instructional and fun volleyball clinic
(510) 578.4400 or or

Jr. Cougar Basketball Camp
Children (ages 8-12; 12-15)
Lean the game of basketball or hone your skills with drills and practice proper ball handling (ages 8-12) or elevate your game with the Advanced Cougar Basketball Camp (ages 12-15) or (510) 578-4620

Cougars Girls Summer Basketball Camp
July19-23, (Monday - Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.)
Children (ages 8 - 15)
Improve offensive and defensive game for players of all skill levels and abilities or (510) 578-4620

Kidz Love Soccer Camp
Children (ages 4.5-8 years)
Learn soccer skills in a fun, recreational environment at Sports Field Park or (510) 578-4620

Lego FUNgineering Camp
Children (ages 5-9)
Planned projects designed to teach engineering and design basics and "free play" time geared towards development of your child's creativity or (510) 578-4620

Mad Science Camp
Hands-on lessons, experiments, and interactive demonstrations or (510) 578-4620

Spy Academy Camp
Children (ages 5-12)
From decoding messages to metal detectors and night vision, check out spy equipment and use forensics in a hands-on look at crime scenes or (510) 578-4620

Jet Cadets Camp
Children (ages 5-12)
Learn all about aerodynamics, mysteries of the galaxy, celestial navigation, build a rocket, explore the basic principles of flight, build airplanes, test them in wind tunnels, ride a hovercraft and construct balloon copters or (510) 578-4620

Fizz-ical Phenomena and Che-Mystery Camp
Children (ages 5-12)
Experiment with chemical reactions, grow crystals, make sidewalk chalk, and a chromatography t-shirt to keep or (510) 578-4620

Union City

Camp Hedgehog
Old Alvarado Cesar Chavez Park on Smith Street
Children (ages 5.5-8 years)
Traditional day camp experience with age appropriate activities and field in a nurturing environment or (510) 675-5329

Rec-n-Crew Teen Camp
Teen Center, located at 1200 "J" Street in Kennedy Park, behind Logan High School
Children (ages 11.5-16 years)
Daily field trips, swimming, games, crafts, cooking, sports and weekly community service projects or (510) 675-5329

Discover Summer Camp
Holly Community Center
Children (ages 7-12)
Science, performing arts, weekly themes and field trips or (510) 675-5329

Marsh Hawk Day Camp
William Cann Neighborhood Park on Marsh Hawk Road
Children (ages of 8-12)
Outdoor experience through traditional recreational activities, spirit days, special events, environmental education, day and overnight field trips or (510) 675-5329

Sports Camps
Kennedy Park
Field trips, special Sports events, recreational swimming, bowling, a variety of instruction in both traditional and non-traditional sports will be offered every week or (510) 675-5329

Kids Sports Camp
Registration begins Monday, April 19
Children (ages 5.5-8 years)
This outdoor camp will focus on developing coordination, exercise habits, athletic fundamentals while having fun or (510) 675-5329

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