Affordable Family Vacations in Lake Tahoe
2016 Family Camp Dates
Friday, June 24 - Sunday, July 17
Monday, August 1 - Sunday, August 14
You choose the length of your stay. You choose your arrival and departure days.
February 8, 2016 with exclusive early registration for Friends of Camp Concord members starting on January 11, 2016.
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Family Camp at Camp Concord is a great opportunity for parents and kids to unplug and experience nature together. Truly a vacation for everyone - families can participate in our organized camp activities, or strike out on their own. With age appropriate kids hours, parents get time to relax knowing their children are experiencing new adventures under the guidance of a highly-trained counseling staff. Our nightly social hours are great times to mingle with other adults and meet new friends. Whether you have been to Camp Concord before or are coming for the first time, you will find continuing improvements to our facilities and programs. Forget about the usual camping chores! Each family receives:
- A charmingly rustic private cabin with comfortable beds and ceiling fans.
- Delicious all-you-can-eat meals.
- A variety of activities of interest family members of all ages, crafts, canoeing, campfires and more.
- A quality opportunity to reconnect and explore together at a world class vacation destination.
Labor Day Escape
There is no better way to end your summer than spending it at the Happiest Place on Dirt with your family! Labor Day Escape at Camp Concord offers all the Family Favorites in one weekend. From our luau night and breakfast on the beach to canoeing, tie dye, and archery you will be able to enjoy quality time with your family away from busy schedules and technology. Meals, accommodations, programming and activities will be provided. Labor Day Escape will give you and your family a long weekend of relaxation, fun, memories and so much more.
Labor Day Camp: September 2-5. Course ID: #99882. $195/person (R). $210/person (NR).
Register online at www.concordreg.org
Imagine a weekend where you can slow down and enjoy one-on-one time with your son; a time where no one else is competing for your attention, a weekend away from household chores, a weekend for both of you to meet new friends and create shared adventures. Complete with s'mores, crafts, the beach - it is a weekend for memories that will last a lifetime. Course registration fee is inclusive of mother and son.
Mother/Son Weekend: August 19 -21. $260(R), $270 (NR). Course ID: 99881.
Registration begins November 25, 2015. www.concordreg.org
50 and Better Camp
For Ages 50 and over
Camp Concord is the perfect setting for a relaxing and/or adventurous vacation - your choice! Highlights of this camp experience can include activities from hiking, canoeing, campfires, volleyball, crafts, bingo, happy hours and more. Optional no-host activates may include a hot air balloon ride, visit to hot spring, horseback riding, and casino outings.
Meals and Accommodations
Three meals a day are included in the registration fee and will be served in the dining hall (unless otherwise noted) featuring hearty entrees, fresh fruit and salads. Entrees may include tri-tip steak, pasta, BBQ ribs, baked chicken or a fabulous beach luau.
Our rustic cabins have electricity and convenient access to restrooms, hot showers and the main lodge. You provide your own bed linens or sleeping bag. Please include the names of friends you want to bunk with at time of registration. Single cabins are not available. If you choose not to designate bunk mates, you will be assigned bunk mates by gender. Join our Yahoo Groups.
For Group Reservations: contact the Camp Director at (925) 671-3006 or email Camp.Concord@cityofconcord.org.
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It took at least 40 civic groups, private businesses, schools and individuals to establish our Camp. Camp Concord is nestled high in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, between the majestic shores of Lake Tahoe and the calming beauty of Fallen Leaf Lake. Camp Concord is dedicated to the philosophy that its buildings, programs and participants will be compatible with the surrounding environment. Camp will ensure that all elements of Camp Concord remain in harmony with the environment by maintaining a minimal impact and working toward a waste free environment.
Friends of Camp Concord
The Friends of Camp Concord (FOCC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting Camp Concord through sponsoring camperships for underprivileged children and families, to promote greater awareness and use of Camp Concord, to establish and carry out projects for better camp facilities. Members have the opportunity to participate in social events, golf tournament fundraising, work weekends at camp, and of course, priority registration for Family Camp.
Friends of Camp Concord Kids Camp!!
Youth Camp. Friends of Camp Concord Kids Camp.
Registration opens February 22 at www.concordreg.org
Contact: Matthew Fragoso. firstname.lastname@example.org. 925-671-2267
Youth Camp (Info and Registration)
Membership and Benefits:
More information on Friends of Camp Concord website.
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To register by Mail: Send all registration forms to: Friends of Camp Concord. Camp Registrar
1950 Parkside Drive MS/11
Concord, CA 94519
To Register by Drop Off In Person, M-F 10am-3pm:
Friends of Camp Concord
2748 E. Olivera Rd.
Concord, CA 94519
Camp Concord strives to provide a high quality, affordable vacation for families by providing the highest level of hospitality and programming through a shared vision of team work, customer service and dedication to its natural environment. In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.