Winter Break Camp

  • Marinwood Community Services District

Winter Break Camp

Do you work through the holidays but have a child out of school? Holiday Camp runs the two weeks of the school holiday break! All activities will be themed around winter and the holidays.Your child will have a blast participating in camp games, themed crafts, park time, cookie decorating, and sports. Each week will also feature a special event. Camp will be held at the Marinwood Community Center. 

Only need a day or two? We take drop-ins!

Drop-ins are dependent on space availability and is $50 per day. You may not register for drop-in days online. There are no sibling discounts for drop-ins. Please register for drop-in days through the Community Center office. Drop-ins for Before Care is $8 per day and After Care is $15 per day. 


Week 1: December 23, 2019-December 27, 2019 *No camp Wednesday 12/25

Week 2: December 30, 2019-January 3, 2020 *No camp Wednesday 1/1


Camp Snowflake, Ages 3-4

Camp Polar Bear, Ages 5-7 (K-2nd grade)

Camp Blizzard, Ages 8-12 (3rd-7th grade)




$169/week for residents

$192/week for non-residents

($20 sibling discount)

Before Care 8:00-9:00am $25/week or drop-in $8/day

After Care 3:00-5:00pm $45/week or drop-in $15/day

Register Here


Marinwood is looking for energetic and helpful "Counselors in Training" for Winter Break Camp!

Each C.I.T. is tasked with helping the campers learn new skills, make new friends, and have a safe, enjoyable time at camp. CITs will work alongside the camp staff to help prepare and then participate in all camp activities.  

The Counselor in Training program is for ages 13-14. 

Questions? Email Robyn Bruton at




How do I register my child for camp?

There are 3 easy ways to register:

Register in-person at Marinwood Community Center
Mail, email or fax in a registration form (complete with full payment). Marinwood Fax (415) 479-7759. Email

What if the camp I want to register for is already full?

If a camp is full, you will be placed on a waiting list. You will not be charged if placed on the waiting list. Our staff will contact you if a spot opens up and you will have 24 hours to get back to us. 

Can I drop-in for a day of camp?

Yes, we recommend pre-registering for drop-in days as camp will fill up. Drop-ins are space dependent. You may only register for drop-in days through the Community Center office (not online). The daily camp fee is $50 (not including Before or After Care).  

What is your refund policy? How do I make camp changes?

All refund and changes must be made in writing and can be emailed to We will not process refunds or changes over the phone. Cancellations made more than 2 business days prior to camp will result in a $10 per session, per camper processing fee. Cancellations made less than 2 business days prior to the first day of camp will result in a forfeiture of half the amount. No refunds will be granted once a session has begun.

What should my camper bring with him/her every day?  

Campers should come wearing appropriate camp attire. Closed-toed shoes and a jacket are mandatory. Campers should bring a labeled backpack containing a snack and lunch, water bottle. Please try and limit camper’s belongings to one backpack/bag.

How does check-in and check-out work?

Please remember to obey all traffic laws and drive carefully around the Community Center.


Check-in takes place from 8:55-9:15am. Campers must be checked in with the camp director. If you need to drop off your camper before 8:55am, please sign up for Before Care. Marinwood offers Before Care beginning at 8:00am for Winter Camp.


Campers must be checked out by camp staff and will take place from 2:45-3:00pm. If you camper is not picked up by 3:05pm, they will be taken to After Care and you will be charged the drop-in fee. Marinwood offers After Care from 3:00 to 5:00pm. 

What if my child has a food allergy?

Our number one priority is the safety of your child. Camp staff take precautions and preventative measures to ensure the safety of all campers. We practice a no share snack and lunch policy, where we talk with our campers about keeping our food to ourselves, educate our staff about monitoring during snack and lunch time and campers will wash hands after meals. Please indicate any allergies or medical conditions on your camper's ePACT online form so we can be aware of how to best support and provide for your child.