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Camp Ladera Summer 2020 (pandemic mode)

Camp Ladera Begins Monday June 15th.register here

Due to the Covid19 pandemic, we have been diligently working to develop a Camp Ladera that will meet the ever-changing county health orders as well as provide a safe and fun place for kids to be kids this summer.  This pandemic has been difficult on everyone , and we can only imagine how hard it has been for families with school aged children at home.  Although it won’t be our typical Camp Ladera that you are accustomed to, we are excited to be able to offer you a modified camp this year.

Our camp directors this year are Cameron Plume and Piper Mueller.  Both have worked at Camp Ladera for a number of years.  Our entire camp staff will be made up of familiar faces from last year’s camp.

We will have 2 sessions of Camp Ladera.  Each session will last 3 weeks. There will be no proration for a child who attends less than 3 weeks.

Session 1  June 15th-July 3rd

Session 2  July 6th-July 24th

Monday-Friday 10am-1pm

Kids ages 5-12. The child must turn 5 on or before June 15th for session 1 and July 6th for Session 2.


Members will have priority over non-members.  If space allows, we will take non-member registrations.


Cost: $885 per session (members), $1050 (non-members if space allows)

There will be NO REFUNDS.  Camp is beginning in 10 days and we have to adequately staff the camps per registrations.


In accordance with County regulations, the campers will be divided in to stable groups of 12 or fewer and they will have the same counselors for each 3-week camp.  There will be a minimum of 2 counselors assigned to each group.

Siblings will be placed be in the same group, thus please note that groups will be age varied.  We will have a maximum of 4 groups during each session.


Camp protocols will be different, including modified drop-off and pick-up processes, no intermingling of groups, and a daily structure that includes social distancing protocols with regards to other groups.  Social distancing within groups is completely unenforceable and social contact is inevitable. Our intention is to keep groups from interacting with other groups.


Parents MUST wear masks when dropping off and picking up their children. Each child will have their hands sanitized with hand sanitizer as they enter the LRD.


Children must arrive and leave in swimsuits and bring their own towel.  Bathrooms will only be available for use in urgent cases. (No child will be denied the use of the restroom if they have to “go”.)


Every child must bring their own clearly labelled water bottle.  Water fountains will not be available but the bottle filler is operational and sanitized regularly.


Children must bring their own lunch in a clearly labelled lunch bag every day.


Pool time will be divided in to 2 half-hour slots. During each slot, two groups will be sharing the pool, but will be kept in different sections of the pool using lane lines.  The diving board will be available during designated times during pool time.


Children must be picked up by parents or designated caregivers.


All equipment will be sterilized at the end of the day.


Staff will be required to socially distance from other counselors and lifeguards while at the LRD. This will be strictly enforced and failure to abide by the rules will result in serious consequences.


There will be NO LOST AND FOUND.  At the end of each day, all items left behind will be disposed of.