Bay Area Winter Break Camps & Activities

Trackers Bay winter break camps gets you outdoors during the holiday season. Winter camp themes include wilderness survival, training ninja skills and even exploring a school of magic.

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

If your kid is imaginative, adventurous and loves the outdoors, there simply isn't a better camp experience. -Welcome to Middle Earth Parent

Top 4 reasons to join Trackers Kids summer camps...

1) Convenient drop-off locations 3049 Adeline St, Berkeley, CA The Guild Hall is at the historic former Marmot Mountain Works, conveniently located across the street from the Ashby BART station. With a history rich in Berkeley lore this site serves as an accessible and character-filled headquarters for our epic camps, community events, and much more.

2) We do more and have real adventures! We do more in one day than most camps do in a summer. Campers get outside PLUS train in archery, learn traditional skills, travel through time and much more.

3) Smaller group sizes We have an average of 25% smaller group sizes than standard outdoor camps.

4) A child's competency is respected We believe children are capable of so much more than our modern world asks of them. We raise the bar of accomplishment and team leadership while gently guiding them to connect to the natural world.

New Camp Hours!

Free & Flexible Check-In from 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Free & Flexible Check-Out from 3:30 PM - 4 PM

Beginning September 2013 Trackers break camps have new hours. This change accomplishes two goals: more time outside for kids with extended drop-off and pick-up options for working parents. The actual camp session hours remain the same while we offer earlier drop-off and later pick-up times. During this extended camp, specialized Flux-Camp Coordinators now engage kids with activities relevant to their camp theme. For Homesteading camps it could be working on a wildcrafted basket and for Wilderness Survival it could be fire-by-friction. Once camp officially begins at 8:30am campers meet their Camp Session Instructors to board the bus towards the great outdoors.

Winter Break Camp Age Groups

Winter Break age groups are now seperated by grade you child currently attends.

Grade 1: Adventurers Mobile day camps that teach the beginnings of new and fun skills
Grade 2-3: Voyagers Mobile day camps that truly immerse campers into the story of the camp
Grade 4-5: Striders Mobile day camps that develop team skills and rich learning environments
Grade 6-8: Pathfinders Mobile day or overnight camps that teach in-depth craft and outdoor skills
Grade 11-14: Guardians Overnight or day camps with intensive training in outdoor lore and skills

Calendar for Winter Break Camps

Winter Break 2014 - 2015 TBD

Grade 1-9 Themes and Dates TBD
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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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