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April 14, 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 College

Ohlone For Kids
Students (grades 4-10)
Biology Blast, Lego-Robotics, Digital Animation, News Broadcasting, SAT prep and more
(510) 742-2304


City of Hayward

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
9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Children (grades 2-5)
Teach children to help save the local wildlife.
(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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

India Community Center (ICC)

Cultural Immersion Camp, Movie Magic Camp, Bollywood Dance Camp, Bollyhop Camp, Chess Camp, Community Service & Leadership Camp, sports and Table Tennis summer camps
(408) 934-1130


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

Jr. Cougar Basketball Camp
Children (ages 8-12; 12-15)
Learn the game of basketball or hone your skills
(510) 578-4620

Cougars Girls Summer Basketball Camp
July 19 - 23
Monday - Friday: 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Children (ages 8 - 15)
Improve offensive and defensive game for players of all skill levels and abilities
(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
(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
(510) 578-4620

Mad Science Camp
Hands-on lessons, experiments, and interactive demonstrations
(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
(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
(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
(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
(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
(510) 675-5329

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

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
(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
(510) 675-5329

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