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"Experience the Magic"


Camp Navarro Family Camp

August 21-24 & August 25-28

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"Experience the Magic"


Camp Navarro Family Camp

August 21-24 & August 25-28

 

Camp Navarro Family Camp

August 21-24 & August 25-28

 
 

Camp Navarro welcomes you to the Redwoods of the Anderson Valley for a Family Camp experience that will create lasting memories and put a smile on everyone’s face!

Located just over 2 hours from the SF Bay Area, Camp Navarro encompasses 200 acres of Redwoods with a river flowing through the property. Choose your lodging in either cabins, teepees, Adirondacks or bring your own tent or RV.

Camp Navarro will provide all meals during your stay as well as fun activities including archery, rock climbing, arts and crafts, hikes, carving, yoga, river exploration, scavenger hunt, and nightly campfires, movies, talent show and even a camp dance!  

Explore nearby beaches, wineries and state parks as we are just a 15 minute drive to the stunning Mendocino coast and 20 world class wineries are found close to Camp Navarro.

Join us and be a kid again and reconnect with what’s important….

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Information


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INFORMATION


Lodging/Bathrooms

All lodging includes comfortable Tempurpedic Mattresses. Bring your own bedding and sheets for all accommodations.

  • Cabins: We have 23 cabins sleeping 2-8 people.
  • Teepees: 42 Teepees sleeping up to 5 people. Deluxe Teepees include a queen bed, all others have twin mattresses on the teepee floor.
  • Adirondacks: 21 Adirondacks each have 4 bunk beds/8 beds. These are cool 3 sided structures perfect for a memorable, fun camp experience.
  • RV: 8 spots available with Electricity. Main Bathroom/shower house closeby.
  • Tent: Bring your own tent and pitch it in the Redwood Cathedral Grove and or In the River Grove amongst beautiful Redwoods.

We have two main newly renovated bathrooms and shower houses in the main cabin areas. We also have nine outdoor showers located throughout the property. Please bring your own towels and shower supplies. All natural products are encouraged.

Meals/Cafe

All meals will be served buffet style either in the main dining hall or near the main lodge on the grass. Camp Navarro takes pride in having two amazing chefs and cooking tasty healthy food that young and old will enjoy. We accommodate dietary restrictions, please note any significant ones on your registration form.

Our Cafe provides service throughout the day for coffee, snacks, ice cream, merchandise and other camp items.

Activities

After breakfast and lunch, we will have 2 hour activity blocks where you can drop in for Archery, rock climbing, hikes, arts and crafts and other activities. The daily schedule will be posted each day the night before and you can decide what feels good for you. No signups needed.

After dinner, we will have a nightly campfire and S’mores plus a talent show, camp dance and scavenger hunt. We may even lead a stargazing night hike or search for Big Foot…..

What To Bring/Packing List

  • Clothes for warm days and cool nights
  • Swimsuit
  • Camp Chair
  • Flashlight
  • Water Bottle
  • Backpack
  • Sleeping Items (sheets, comforter/sleeping bag, pillow)
  • Shoes (tennis, sandals, etc..)
  • Snacks/Alcohol
  • Cooler
  • Camera
  • Book/Journal
  • Games


FAQs


Do you have cell service on site?

There is no cell phone reception on the property. iMessaging works for texting over wifi. We have a landline on the property that can be used in case of emergency only. Please enjoy the opportunity to unplug!

Do you have WiFi?

We have a robust wifi system that works throughout the main lodge/meadow area and the cabins. We can set up your own personalized group network that can be open or password protected.

Do you provide bedding?

Our accommodations come with comfortable camp mattresses. Guests should bring their own bedding – sleeping bags, pillows, sheets, etc. If needed, we rent sleeping bags and pillows out of the café for $30. Guests should also bring their own towels.

Are you wheelchair accessible?

Cabins 2, 11, and 12 in the main cabin area have wheelchair ramps, as does one adirondack in Crow Village. We have a wheelchair ramp behind the Lodge with access to the main hall. There is an ADA bathroom in the main hall as well. The main shower house has an ADA toilet stall in both the men’s and women’s room and an ADA shower in the women’s room. We can arrange for designated times for men to use the shower if needed.

Is there swimming?

The north fork of the Navarro River runs through the property. There are several “swimming” holes on site that vary in depth depending on the rainfall and time of year.

What is the lighting situation?

The main areas of camp and paths leading towards the cabins and Adirondacks are illuminated with bistro lighting. There are many unlit areas so please bring flashlights or headlamps.

Will we have fridge/freezer access?

We cannot store individual guests’ personal items in the fridge or kitchen with the exceptions of necessary items (medications, breast milk, etc).

Can we have fires?

We have a large community fire pit outside of the lodge in Bosch Meadow that we will light each night of your event. We are in a high wildfire danger zone, so the fire must be kept to a reasonable size (no bigger than what we build it). There are NO personal fires in the campground.

Is smoking allowed?

Smoking is allowed in designated areas only – near the fire pits and the BBQ grill behind the kitchen.

Can I bring my dog?

There are no pets allowed on the property.

Do you have wildlife?

We do have a variety of wildlife (deer, wild turkey, owls, etc.) that we share the land with – Please do not leave food out overnight or keep open food in the tents and Adirondacks. We are also in an area with ticks and poison oak. Please take appropriate precautions.

Do you provide or allow alcohol?

We are currently not legally able to provide or serve alcohol. We do allow it on the premises and you are welcome to bring your own as long as you drink responsibly.

What time are Quiet Hours?

Quiet hours are from 11pm to 7am.

Can we drink the water?

All of the water from faucets at Camp Navarro is potable. We also provide a water station outside of the café. Please bring refillable water bottles.

Can I bring my bicycle?

Yes. Bicycles are permitted on the dirt roads within the camp. Helmets must be worn and closed toed shoes are recommended. SPEED LIMIT is 10MPH. There is NO RIDING on Masonite Industrial Road, which is a privately owned and active logging road. Please do not ride on the lawns or parking lots.

Can we bring…?

Drones - No Pets - No Fishing gear – No Camp chairs – Yes! Snacks – Yes! Games - Yes!