DatesConcluded for Summer 2021
DaysMon - Fri
Ages5-7 and 8-13
Time9am-3pm

Kids Adventure Camp is now concluded for Summer 2021
Visit our ski and snowboard lessons page to learn about our Kids winter season lessons!

Unplug, Explore, & Discover in the Mountains


This summer, let your child explore the mountains and discover adventure through outdoor activities and art exploration alongside our experienced counselors and other kids. The Kids Adventure Camp is offered Monday through Friday, June 21 - August 20, from 9am-3pm.


Why put your child in this program

  • Our specially trained staff teaches to the ‘whole’ child including their cognitive, affective/emotional, & physical needs.
  • You can enjoy a kid-free day with the peace of mind that your child is safe in our care.
  • Kids will gain appreciation of nature creating lasting memories.
  • We provide the structure necessary for your child to enjoy the outdoors, be a responsible team member and, most importantly, have FUN!!!

NEW this year: Kids Adventure Camp 5-Pack
Commit to 5 days of camp at a time and save up to $200. All 5 sessions can be taken by the same child or split between siblings. 5 Packs cost $550, are non-refundable, and all sessions must be used during summer 2021. (last day August 20, 2021)

Kids Adventure Camp Pricing
AgeAdvanced Rate Per Day
(booking 48 hours or more in advance)
Regular Rate Per Day
(booking within 48 hours)
5-7$130$150
8-13$130$150

5-Pack Pricing
AgeRate for 5 DaysSavings
All$550$200


Price includes:

  • Aerial Tram ticket
  • Access to all Olympic Valley Base Area & High Camp activities
  • Lunch & a healthy snack

Book Your Child's Spot
To reserve, please call 1-800-403-0206. We strongly recommend booking in advance as space can fill up quickly. For specific program questions, please call 530-452-7225.
Drop Off & Pick Up

Kids Adventure Camp runs out of the lower level of the Olympic House located next to Wildflour Baking Company.

  • Drop Off / Daily Registration: 9-9:15am at the Olympic House.
  • Pick Up: 3pm at the Olympic House

Daily Activities May Include...
  • Aerial Tram rides
  • Eco-Hikes
  • Art exploration
  • Nature crafts
  • Roller skating
  • Geocaching
  • Dipping in mountain creeks or lakes
  • Engineering Lego build/tech projects
  • Disc Golf
  • Climbing wall
  • Field games
  • Scavenger hunts
  • Map & compass class
  • Chef Let’s Cook Day
  • Yoga
  • Flower press
  • Tree recognition education

...and much more!



Be Prepared!

Come prepared with the following items each day:

  • Water bottle
  • Backpack
  • Closed toe sneakers
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Bathing suit
  • Towel
  • Appropriate layers (including jacket/sweatshirt) for our quickly changing mountain weather.

Healthy snacks and lunch will be provided. We prefer no electronic devices at camp; for emergency use only. Staff will be using radios.

We will do all that we can to help your child enjoy a fun, memorable time at camp. Here are a few of the precautions we will have in place specific to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Campers must wear masks inside.
  • Campers will wear masks outside when proper social distancing is not possible.
  • Most days will be spent outside except in the case of inclement weather.
  • Lunches will be held outside with campers properly distanced from one another.
Where do we drop off and pick up our children?
Kids Adventure Camp runs out of the lower level of the Olympic House located next to Wildflour Baking Company.

What will my child do on days with bad weather?
Down days don’t happen very often in the summer, but if they do, we have plenty of fun games and activities on the lower mountain to keep your child engaged, including yoga, ‘Be a Chef’ day, eco-hikes, arts and crafts, indoor rock climbing, and much more.

Where will my child be all day?
On an ideal day at Adventure Camp, your child will explore the lower mountain as well as the High Camp area on the upper mountain with their counselor. From waterfall hikes on the lower mountain to exploring at High Camp, your kid will discover all that Olympic Valley has to offer.

How can I find my Child?
If you ever need to get in touch with your child, all our counselors will be equipped with radios, so we can get in touch with them from our sales team in the Tram building or calling the sales center at 1-800-403-0206.

What fitness level is needed for the Eco-Hikes?
Our Eco-Hikes will range in distance and difficultly. Our trained counselors will accommodate our guests by providing physically appropriate hikes for their group. Most hikes will range from 1-3 miles. Note that this programs is physically demanding and kids will be outside most of the day.

Will snacks and lunch be provided?
Yes! A healthy lunch is provided and we provide healthy snacks to keep your child’s energy level high. Picky eaters and children with severe allergies may want to bring their own lunches and snacks.

What should I put in my child’s backpack?
To be prepared for a day at Adventure Camp bring sneakers (close toe shoes), sunscreen, a hat, a swimsuit, a towel, a water bottle, and extra layers for our quickly changing mountain weather (i.e. sweatshirts, jacket, base layers).

Will my child be in a group with other kids their age?
Kids Adventure Camp is broken into two age groups. Explorers are age 5 to 7 and Mountaineers are age 8 to 13. Cognitive and physical skills are different for each age group and we find that discovery takes place when children are in the appropriate age groups. Depending on the day and group numbers, we will do our best to fit each child into the appropriate group that best fits their needs. The activities will be designed for these individual age groups.


What if I need to cancel my child's reservation?

Adventure camp is fully refundable until 3 pm two days prior to the date of the camp. Reservations cancelled after 3 pm two days prior are non-refundable or subject to a $35 re-booking fee.
Head Counselor Tyler King

Tyler has a love of the outdoors and comes to us with a variety of experience, not only with kids, but also with an Outdoor Education background. In the winter seasons, Tyler is the Director of our Palisades Tahoe at Olympic Valley Kids Ski & Snowboard School

Education

National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS)

  • Wilderness Semester Graduate 2008
  • Mountaineering Course Graduate 2012
University of Maine at Farmington
  • B.S Environmental Planning & Policy 2010


Experience

  • Palisades Tahoe Kids Director, Olympic Valley, CA
  • Head Wilderness Trip Leader, Chewonki Foundation, Wiscasset, ME
  • Head Counselor, Camp Beech Cliff, MDI, ME


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