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.
Summer 2019 Camps:
All age groups will meet June 10-14, 2018.
Half day camp, 9-1: children completing Young Fives, TK, or gr. K-1
Full day camp, 9-3, with overnight: children completing gr. 2-5
Full day camp, 9-3, with overnight: teens completing gr. 6-8
Our Junior Counselor program is for teens who have completed gr. 9. Learn more.
Learn more about Ecojustice Camp — click here.
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. The campus includes a covered patio, outdoor meeting space with a fire-pit, fenced-in area for active games, etc. We are centrally located for field trips to a variety of ecosystems, and 3 days of the camp will be spent on off-site field trips. The highlight of the camp is the overnight camping trip on Thursday night.
To learn more about this unique camp, contact:
Dan Harper and Lorraine Kostka, Camp Directors
505 E. Charleston Rd.
Palo Alto, CA 94306
Above: Roasting hotdogs at EcoJustice Camp 2017
Our Fiscal 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.