Spring Break Camps & Activities

Top 5 Reasons to Join Trackers Kids Spring Break Camps...

1) Real and compelling adventures Trackers Earth Camps offer authentic experiences. We do not simply teach through games of tag or cue cards. We offer archery with expert instructors, go fishing by the oceanside, build fires training you in outdoor survival, live a story in Middle Earth, or harvest wild plants for homemade root-beer. Choose your camp theme and choose your adventure.

2) The best experience Trackers Earth is the original. Other camps offer themes similar to our School of Magic (grade 1-5), Stealth, Archery & Wilderness Survival (grade 1-5) or Archery Academy (grade 2-9). It is our years of experience that provides the highest caliber instruction and curriculum for both role-playing and traditional skill based summer camps.

3) Strong team and social skills Our groups are kept to a staff to student ratio that allows for personal instruction. Counselor and campers become a strong learning team, making Trackers the most competent and profound summer camp experience available anywhere.

4) Awesome Extended Camp Free and optional morning extended camp is from 7:30 AM - 8:20 AM. Camp runs from 8:30 AM - 4:000 PM with affordable After Camp options at our East Bay location that go until 6 PM.

5) Confidently the Best Staff. We enlist only the best for our camp team. Our instructors set a new standard for professional and personal experience. All Trackers camp staff go through a thorough background check and a lengthy interview process. They are expert instructors teaching authentic skills.

Bay Area Spring Break Camp Locations

East Bay Drop Off Location 3049 Adeline Street, Berkeley, in the Guild Hall at the historic South Berkeley Marmot Mountain Works building
Marin Drop Off Location New Location! - Selected Themes Available. Piper Park, 250 Doherty Dr., Larkspur, a beautiful park with views of Mt. Tam, just off Hwy 101

Spring Break Day Camp Weeks of Operation

Berkeley Drop-Off: Week 1, March 31 - April 4: Berkeley Unified, Alameda Unified

Berkeley and Marin Drop-Off: Week 2, April 14 - April 18: Oakland Unified, Albany Unified, Marin, Yu Ming, many local private schools

Spring Break Day Camp Age Groups

Grade 1 Mobile day camps that teach the beginnings of new and fun skills
Grade 2-3 Mobile day camps that truly immerse campers into the story of the camp
Grade 4-5 Mobile day camps developing skills in rich learning environments
Grade 6-9 Mobile day camps that teach in-depth craft and outdoor skills

Calendar for Spring Break Camps 2014

AfterCamp

Need After Camp? East Bay Only Purchase After Camp 4 PM - 6 PM

Week 2: Monday April 14

Grade 1 - 5 East Bay Secret Agent Academy April 14
Grade 1 - 5 East Bay Stealth, Archery, and Wilderness Survival April 14
Grade 6 - 9 East Bay Archery Academy April 14
Grade 6 - 9 East Bay Ye Ol' Blacksmith Shop April 14
Grade 1 - 3 Marin Forest Ninja April 14
Grade 4 - 5 Marin Shadow Ninja April 14

Week 2: Tuesday April 15

Grade 1 - 5 East Bay Fishing on the Dock of the Bay: Spring Season April 15
Grade 2- 5 East Bay Zombie Survival April 15
Grade 6 - 9 East Bay Archery Academy April 15
Grade 6 - 9 East Bay Ye Ol' Blacksmith Shop April 15
Grade 1 - 5 Marin Stealth, Archery, and Wilderness Survival April 15

Week 2: Wednesday April 16

Grade 1 - 5 East Bay Realms of Cascadia April 16
Grade 1 - 5 East Bay Wilderness Survival: Fire and Knives April 16
Grade 6 - 9 East Bay Archery Academy April 16
Grade 6 - 9 East Bay Ye Ol' Blacksmith Shop April 16
Grade 1 - 5 Marin School of Magic April 16

Week 2: Thursday April 17

Grade 1 - 5 East Bay Wilders Garden: The Little House April 17
Grade 1 - 3 East Bay Forest Ninja April 17
Grade 4 - 5 East Bay Shadow Ninja April 17
Grade 6 - 9 East Bay Archery Academy April 17
Grade 6 - 9 East Bay Ye Ol' Blacksmith Shop April 17
Grade 1 - 5 Marin Stealth, Archery, and Wilderness Survival April 17

Week 2: Friday April 18

Grade 1 - 5 East Bay School of Magic April 18
Grade 1 - 5 East Bay Stealth, Archery, and Wilderness Survival April 18
Grade 6 - 9 East Bay Archery Academy April 18
Grade 6 - 9 East Bay Ye Ol' Blacksmith Shop April 18
Grade 1 - 5 Marin Wilderness Survival: Fire and Knives April 18
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What Parents Say...

"This has been the best camp! And, we've gone to a few! I have been telling everyone about it. I don't think you could have developed a more perfect camp experience for my son. Seriously… Honestly, I cannot think of enough words to describe how great this week was for Ethan. He was engaged, enthusiastic and exhausted at the end of the day. The storyline that his group developed was amazing and kept him thinking and connecting every night. I love the enthusiasm of Stewart. The patience and guidance he has with kids is inspiring. He has the ability to command a group of excitable kids safely and in a way that gets them thinking, creating and using their imaginations-- which is an under utilized skill (in my opinion). I loved how he made the whole camp adaptable to what the kids were interested in, and had the flexibility to flow with it. Fantastic job you guys!!!" -Forest Ninja Parent, Age 6

"Excellent--My daughter is a Forest Ninja. And has promised to use her newfound powers for the good of the world." -Forest Ninja Parent, Age 8

"As a city dweller, I take pride that my son still has an opportunity to catch frogs, go fishing & be outdoors. By far one of the best camps he's attended." -Forest, Fishing, Fly and Reel Parent, Age 7

"They are the best I have seen! Smart, passionate, energetic, funky and caring." -Little House: Wilders Homestead Parent, Age 6

"A totally new experience. Like Junior Outward Bound." -Welcome to Middle Earth Parent, Age 5

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