Summer-like conditions perfect for summer camp planning!

February’s beautiful, sunny weather has us already thinking about summer. Unfortunately, we are several months away from having these balmy conditions every day. But we’ll take the sunshine and let it serve a means of preparing us for a very enjoyable and well-planned summer ahead. February is actually the perfect month to sign up your children for summer camp before your preferred weeks book up. And you might even save a few bucks by registering early. So sit down with that calendar and begin mapping out your vacations and day trips and see what weeks you have open for your children to enjoy a camp or two.

Here is a list of some of our area’s more popular multi-activity summer camps. But be sure to check with each city’s recreation department for additional day camps. Stay tuned for next week’s post where we will preview our list of sports summer camps!

Peninsula Jewish Community Center Day Camps, Foster City (

Camp Galileo, Belmont; Palo Alto; Hillsborough, Burlingame


Steve and Kate’s Camp, San Carlos, San Mateo (

Camp Edmo, Belmont, Los Altos, Burlingame, San Mateo (

Bay Club Summer Camp, Redwood Shores (

Marine Science Institute, Redwood City (!marinecamp/cs8u)

Young Rembrandts, Burlingame, San Mateo, San Carlos (

Champion Summer Camp, Hillsborough (

College for Kids, San Bruno, San Mateo (

Kidsventure by Newton Kids, San Mateo (

IncrediFlix, (Lego Movie Making) Belmont, San Carlos (

Let’s Make a Music Video with Joe Murphy, San Carlos (

Arguello Adventure Camp, San Carlos (

Rainbow Chefs Academy, San Carlos (

888 Monkeys, San Carlos (

Wee Woods Adventure Camp, Burton Adventure Camp, San Carlos


c=ftf]Menlo-Palooza, Menlo Park (

Munchkin Madness/ Mini Madness, Menlo Park (

Jefunira Camp, Stanford (