Youth Camp at Camp Concord
in South Lake Tahoe

Ages 8-13

June 20 – June 24, 2022

Youth Camp is SOLD OUT, the waitlist is open.

Registration fee of $825 per week.
A sibling discount of $50 is available.

Space is limited to 146 campers.

Inclusion Statement & Policy
Before registering, Please read our statement on how we are creating a fully inclusive culture and environment that values equality, diversity, equity, and inclusion, fostering respect for all people.

Counselor in Training (CIT) Program:
Our CIT program is open to teens 14-17 years old for a 50% camp discount.

Thank you for choosing Camp Concord for your child’s summer adventure. We are excited to have camp return for 2022. Our goals of Adventure, Acceptance, Achievement, Safety, Growth, and Friendship for every child are showcased each year.

Campers will experience a break from the digital world with time-worn traditions of camping in the Sierra Nevada as kids canoe, kayak, go crawdad fishing, hiking, swim, play volleyball, do arts & crafts including creating their own tie-dyed t-shirt, practicing archery, and having fun at the beach around majestic Lake Tahoe, not to mention enjoying the magic of story-time around the campfire under the starry night sky. Boundless days of activity and exploration await your youth 8-13 years at Camp Concord where memories are made to last a lifetime.

Camp will be held following the recommendations of the American Camp AssociationEl Dorado County Health and Human Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

View our COVID-19 Policy information and camper expectations.

What:
5 days and 4 nights for youth ages 8-13 at Youth Camp at Camp Concord in South Lake Tahoe. Fee includes round-trip transportation between Concord and Camp Concord, all meals, including a snack on the bus, all activities, and a Camp Concord t-shirt for tie-dying.

When:
June 20 – June 24, 2022

Where:
Camp Concord, 1000 Mt. Tallac Trailhead Road, South Lake Tahoe.

Who:
Camp is open to a maximum of 146 campers aged 8-13 years old. In addition, there will be 21 counselors/staff and a full-time Camp Nurse.

Inclusion Statement & Policies:
Read our statement on how we are creating a fully inclusive culture and environment that values equality, diversity, equity, and inclusion, fostering respect for all people.

Cabins Groups:
Each camper will be assigned a cabin group with a maximum of 10 campers and one counselor. Cabins with younger children may include a Jr. Counselor. All activities, meals, and bunking will be arranged by the cabin group. Refer to our COVID-19 Policy  for detailed information.

Camper Behavior Code of Conduct:
Ensuring each camper has an enjoyable experience that is safe and welcoming, free of bullying either physically or mentally, and maintaining a positive attitude while meeting new people and trying new activities is critical to an enjoyable week. Campers will be asked to sign our Camper Code of Conduct at the time of registration.

Transportation:
Round-trip transportation from Concord, CA to Camp Concord is provided in an air-conditioned bus equipped with a restroom. The bus typically makes one stop for a restroom break as well.

Check-In Day:
Check in will be staggered and will be administered mostly from your car. Only one parent/guardian is allowed to be with the camper.

Once the in-car registration is complete, campers will proceed to the lice check station then be introduced to their cabin mates to load the bus in assigned seats. Refer to our COVID-19 Policy for detailed information.

Activities Include:
Canoeing, kayaking, crawdad fishing, hiking, swimming, playing volleyball, doing arts & crafts including creating their own tie-dyed t-shirt, practicing archery, and having fun at the beach around majestic Lake Tahoe, not to mention enjoying the magic of story-time around the campfire under the starry night sky. Refer to our COVID-19 Policy for detailed information.

FAQ’s:
Have questions? Our FAQ Sheet offers answers to the most popular questions.
Or, email us at youthcamp@friendsofcampconcord.org with any questions you have.

Registration Process

Step 1 - Register for Camp

  • Register your child/children for this one-week adventure.
    Links will be available in early March.

Step 2 - Prepare for Camp

  • Take the mandatory COVID-19 test no sooner than 72-hours prior to check-in day.
  • What to Pack?– Download this Packing List  to make sure your child is well-equipped for the week!
  • The Health Check Status form will be emailed to you in advance of the departure day. Please complete the form and bring it with you on departure day.
    Click here for an advance copy of the Health Check Status Form
  • Full payment is due April 11, 2022, and all forms must be uploaded to the registration system by May 15, 2022.

Step 3 - Check In Day

  • Complete information for check-in on departure day will be emailed, along with your assigned time to arrive at Willow Pass Park, ballfields 2 & 3 at 1950 Parkside Drive, Concord between 8:00 am – 9:00 am.
  • A lice check will be administered to your camper prior to loading the bus. Review our Lice Policy
  • Bring the completed 24-hour Health Status form <insert Link>

Step 4 – Pick Up Day

Campers will arrive at the Willow Pass Park, ballfields 2 & 3 at 1950 Parkside Drive, Concord at approximately 1:00 pm. An email and text message will be sent when the bus departs Camp Concord. Please note, 1:00 pm is an estimated time. We cannot control conditions on the road which may cause travel delays.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:
Amy Riddle, Youth Camp Director at 559-676-9872 or youthcamp@friendsofcampconcord.org

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