Camps

Camps in Napa

Our camps will empower kids to nurture their uniqueness through a variety of fun and stimulating activities including swimming, cooking, music, science, sports and art projects and much more! Options include early morning and afternoon care, half day enrichment programs and full day camp. At Great Outdoors Camp, located in the Napa foothills at the beautiful Skyline Park, campers will experience hiking, fishing, archery, crafts and many other outdoor activities. A wide variety of sports and enrichment camps are available. Register online or in person at one of our registration sites.

Camp Napa at Blue Oak Middle School

A group of kids standing on top of a hill.

  • Summer Weekly Camps
  • Ages 6-12
  • Camp runs for 7 weeks. Individual weeks available from June 18th through August 3rd , 2018.



Great Outdoors at Skyline Park

  • Summer Weekly Camps 
  • Ages 7-12
  • Camp runs for 6 weeks. Individual weeks available from July 2nd through August 10th, 2018.

Enrichment CampsKids doing crafts with the help of adults.

Parks and Recreation partners with community providers to offer programs in art, music, science, engineering, drama, and other creative camp opportunities.

Sport Camps

Parks and Recreation partners with community providers to offer:

  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Fencing
  • Flag Football
  • Skateboarding
  • Volleyball
  • Rugby
  • Karate
  • Horseback Riding
  • Tennis
  • And More Sport Camps

Spend your summer learning new skills, perfecting your technique, and playing in some fun competitions. Half and full day options are available.

Leader in Training (LIT)

  • Summer 2-Week Sessions (Ages 13-15)

This hands-on leadership training program is perfect for teens interested in learning more about working with youth, recreation, and camp programs. LITs will build self-esteem, independence, and leadership skills while they assist summer camp staff as they provide recreation programs for campers. During your summer as an LIT, you will learn how to lead activities, help make campers feel welcome, and assist summer camp staff with special projects. Applicants for the LIT program must be at least 13 or entering the 7th grade by the start date of the session to which they apply. Space is limited in this program and an interview is required.