JOIN IN ON ALL THE FUN AT CAMP MAKAI!

3 Week-Long Summer Camps

Due to the State and County Covid-19 guidelines, our camps will be offered in three, 3-week sessions!

Campers must bring a snack, a lunch, swimsuit, towel, water bottle, and sunscreen.

Non-swimmers are welcome, however, swim instruction is not provided within camp. Campers are supervised at all times by certified lifeguard and swim instructors.

There will be 3 phases of 3-week long camps:

Phase 1: June 15-July 2 (pool is closed July 3)

Phase 2: July 6-July 24

Phase 3: July 27-August 14

Camp themes will be combined within each 3-week phase.

Phase 1: June 15-July 2

Your camper will experience a full spread of activities from being a scientist or mermaid, practicing surfing, or just having good ol’ fun in the sun! (Note: pool is closed July 3)

Boys and Girls 4-10 yrs
9:00am – 1:00pm

Phase 2: July 6-July 24

Your camper will experience a full spread of activities from being a scientist or mermaid, practicing surfing, or just having good ol’ fun in the sun!

Boys and Girls 4-10 yrs
9:00am – 1:00pm

Phase 3: July 27-August 14

Your camper will experience a full spread of activities from being a scientist or mermaid, practicing surfing, or just having good ol’ fun in the sun!

Boys and Girls 4-10 yrs
9:00am – 1:00pm

ALL Camps

$900
A saving of $150!

Payments may be scheduled.

Ages 4-10
5:1 Camper – Teacher ratio

AFTERCARE

As of June 22, 2020 in order to comply with state and local covid-19 guidelines Aftercare will no longer be available until further notice.

  “Is it the same place–the one with the slide and the cookies!?”

Kate, swimmer

“We are honored to have Makai Swim School of Napa Valley join the ranks of the great schools that make up the membership of US Swim School Association,” said Sue Mackie, Executive Director of USSSA. “Our goal is to continue to provide our members with benefits that support them in their quest to deliver the best swimming and water safety instruction possible for their students. The more children we are able to reach and provide proper swim lessons for through our members, the more lives we will be able to save from drowning.”