JOIN IN ON ALL THE FUN AT CAMP MAKAI!

For all Makai Camps:

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

We provide snacks and plenty of fun!

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

June 15th-19th: Fun in the Sun

The perfect way to kick off summer! It’s all about having fun in the sun and making new friends! Plenty of swimming, games, arts and crafts including tie-dye, and a special ice cream party day!

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

June 22nd-26th: Surf’s Up

Learn all about surfing and stand up paddle boarding! Catch some gnarly waves in the pool on our beginner surfboard and/or stand up paddle board…plus swimming, arts and crafts, snacks, and a whole lot of fun!

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

July 6th-10th: Magical Mermaids

Attention: Our most popular camp now has two date options, see below for alternate dates!

Join us under the sea, little mermaids and mermen! We’ve planned all things mermaid: mermaid swimming skills, mermaid dress up, mermaid face painting, mermaid dancing, mermaid legends, and mermaid crafts.

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

July 13th-17th: Pirate’s Life

Arr matey! Campers will swim, dress, and play like pirates. Pirate crafts, stories, games, costume making and even imaginative sailing on our Pirate Ship!

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

July 20th-24th: Little Scientists

Calling all mad little scientists! Come to Makai Lab for a week full of fun and exciting (sometimes messy) hands-on science experiments, crafts, and games. And, of course, every hard-working scientist has to take a break for a dip in the pool!

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

July 27th-31st: Little Astronauts (NEW CAMP)

To infinity and beyond! We’re going to space to explore far off lands on alien planets! Join us for space experiments, crafts, astronaut food tasting, and weightlessly swimming through space.

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

August 3rd-7th: Magical Mermaids

Attention: Our most popular camp now has two date options, see above for alternate dates.

Join us under the sea, little mermaids and mermen! We’ve planned all things mermaid: mermaid swimming skills, mermaid dress up, mermaid face painting, mermaid dancing, mermaid legends, and mermaid crafts.

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

August 10th-14th: Ocean Explorers

Explore the ocean and it’s many creatures with this fun packed camp! We’ll get our hands in tide pools, collect creatures from ocean ice blocks, do seashell crafts, and of course swim. We’ll even learn to snorkel the ocean floor!

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

August 17th-21st: Aloha Hawaii

We’re bringing a little piece of Hawaii right to Makai. Hula, shave ice, lei making, stories, art…and of course swimming!

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

August 24th-28th: Once Upon a Time

Imaginations will run wild! Storytelling, fairy tales, arts and crafts, and swimming in enchanted waters.

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

ALL Camps

$350
Ages 4-10
5:1 Camper – Teacher ratio

AFTERCARE

Campers may stay during our Open Swim hours where they’ll have free reign of the pool (within reason of course)! Campers can swim, play, lounge, snack, and swim some more!

All aftercare campers will be supervised at all times by a certified lifeguard.

Aftercare 1:00pm-4:00pm

Two time block options: 1pm-2:30pm and 2:30pm-4pm

$23 per time block

10 minute grace period for late pick-up charge

Must be enrolled in Camp Makai

Email us for more information.

  “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.”