Camp Sequoia will remain at this same venue—making it our ninth year at this location. The mountain location provides an environment away from the city and allows for a very private and close camp atmosphere.
Last year we added Lake Day to the activities and will continue that again this year. It was the favorite activity for many. Other activities will include archery, riflery, rock climbing, dance, field and challenge games, and much more. At night campfire will provide the opportunity for camp entertainment, karaoke, skits and more. Bring a light jacket, as nights are cool. Friday night will be our traditional stargazing. And, of course, there’s the banquet and dance at the end of camp.
We are looking for staff members who hold current certifications or have special experience in nursing, lifeguarding, rock climbing, archery and riflery, and boating/waterfront.
We look forward to seeing you at Camp Sequoia in 2019!
Campers should arrive at camp for check-in on Sunday, July 21, between 1 and 5 p.m. Campers who are arriving early with parents or other staff will be accommodated with food and lodging. Please add an additional $50 per camper for early arrival.
Staff should arrive for training on Friday, July 19, between 2 and 5 p.m. at the Fairfield Inn by Marriott in Bakersfield, California. Staff check-in and training will begin Friday after dinner, which will be provided. You will be on your own for lunch and dinner on the Sabbath. There are a variety of restaurants within walking distance.
Staff members who will be flying, please contact the camp director to arrange transportation and pick up to and from ONT, LAX, BUR or BFL (Bakersfield) airports.
If flying, please note that LAX is a 3.5-hour drive to camp. Those flying into LAX should plan to arrive no later than 1 p.m. Transportation will be arranged for Los Angeles airport (LAX) pickup. The Bakersfield (BFL) airport is the closest airport, and on occasion will be competitive. Burbank (BUR) is another option for those who are flying. Please allow 3.5 hours for return time to LAX.
This year we will be back to Catalina Island for Extended Session. We have been in the mountains for two years and try to add variety to the challenges. Catalina Island will be a challenging yet rewarding experience. We will be hiking the long end of the island again, but will also enjoy kayaking, fishing, swimming and snorkeling on the last day. If you are an older camper and are up to the challenge, it will be a trip you won’t forget. If you are interested in participating in Extended Session, please contact the camp director as soon as possible. Last year it filled up fast and even had a waiting list. Because of the location and boat transportation, the cost of this years Extended Session will be $275.
Paul Carter, Camp Sequoia
14559 Vancouver Ave.
Fontana, CA 92336
12 to 18
Staff: no charge
July 21 - 28, 2019
Staff Arrives July 19
June 30, 2019 (staff deadline is June 14)Pay Now