Point Lobos Summer Adventures Program
The Point Lobos Summer Adventures program is an outdoor day camp for kids ages 8 to 12. The goal of the program is to expose children to the joys of exploring and recreating in our parks. The program is based at Point Lobos but includes visits to numerous local parks.
In 2015, the cost to register for the program was $350 for each 2-week session. Registration fees cover the costs of the required uniform and all trips and experiences associated with the program including items such as kayak rental, whale watching and honorariums to various, non-profit presenters.
Do nature projects while having fun and staying fit in the outdoors
Go hiking to places you’ve never been
Learn to use a compass and a GPS
Explore the world of undersea life, birds and mammals at Point Lobos and elsewhere around Monterey Bay
Visit the Coast Guard Rescue Boats
Visit Elkhorn Slough
Visit Point Pinos Light House
Participate in resource projects
Go whale watching and kayaking
Be outside, make a difference and learn about sustainability
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration for the summer 2015 sessions will be held in the spring. If you have any questions about the program or would like to be notified when registration opens, please e-mail Program Coordinator Derek Terrones at PointLobos.SummerAdventures@parks.ca.gov.