Ecojustice Camp is:

A fun community of campers
A place to learn outdoor skills
A time to connect with the natural world
We believe humans can have a positive impact on each other, and on the natural world.

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Summer 2021 Camps:

COVID preparedness: Even though vaccines are now in production, predictions are that we will be living with COVID restrictions through the summer of 2021. To comply with current COVID regulations for camps, we are planning a three-week camp session. All activities will be outdoors, in groups of 7-8 masked and socially-distanced campers.

Field trips: At present (January, 2021), county health regulations mean our usual field trips aren’t possible. In addition, county and state parks are not permitting group use at present. So we’ll be focused on on-site activities, including campcraft skills, field notebooks, exploring the native plant garden, ecology games and activities, and more.

Overnights: At present (January, 2021), county health regulations mean our usual off-site overnight won’t be possible. If that situation changes, or if on-site overnights become possible, we’ll notify families and offer that as an option.

Camps will take place for three weeks, June 14 through July 2, 2021:
Full day, three-week camp for rising 3rd through 6th graders (i.e., just completed gr. 2-5)
Full day, three-week camp for rising 7th through 9th graders (i.e., just completed gr. 6-8)

Junior Counselor program for teens who have completed gr. 9. Learn more.

Learn more about Ecojustice Camp — click here.

Our site:

The camp is based at 505 E. Charleston Road in Palo Alto, at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto (UUCPA). UUCPA’s campus is filled with natural beauty and native plants, and is perfect for kids’ activities. UUCPA has made careful plans for a COVID-safe campus.


Dan Harper and Lorraine Kostka, Camp Directors
Ecojustice Camp
505 E. Charleston Rd.
Palo Alto, CA 94306

Our Sponsor, the Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto (UUCPA), is a liberal congregation with a strong commitment to ecology. UUCPA respects the interdependent web of existence, believes all life is sacred, and works actively for environmental justice.

Tie-dye with natural dyes in summer, 2018.
Making nature crafts in summer, 2018.