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Reviewed June 15, 2015
What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $49 for a drop-in day pass at any location ($83 value)
- $149 for one week of half-day summer camp at the 735 Fell Street, San Francisco location ($225 value)
- $245 for one week of full-day summer camp at any location ($350 value)
- $995 for a five-day, four-night session at Marin Camp Ranch August 11–15, 2015 ($1,195 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 25, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per child. Registration required. Merchant's standard rescheduling policy applies. No refunds. Valid only for option purchased. Online registration required, subject to availability. Camps and classes run 6/15-8/28; varies by location. Campers must be 3-11 years old; half day camp valid only for 3-4 year olds. Camp Doodles Day camps: new families only; limit 1 per child, 1 additional as gift, families may buy multiple; $25 registration fee per family. Marin Ranch Camp: $35 registration fee; must register by 8/1/15; available for both new and existing families; may purchase multiple. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Camp Doodles
Camp Doodles cares deeply about kids both here and abroad. To help kids abroad, it donates a portion of its annual sales to The Simama Project, which provides housing, food, and education to homeless and at-risk kids in Nanyuki, Kenya.
For kids closer to home, it offers summer-camp day programs with a variety of age-appropriate activities focused on learning and play. Kids might build and launch a real rocket during Space week, don a self-made mask and cape and fight villains during Superhero week, or go on a hunt for buried treasure or Bluebeard's bottle of beard dye during Pirate week.
With its low staff-to-child ratio—about eight campers for every one counselor—Camp Doodles ensures children build meaningful relationships with the counselors, who are often elementary school teachers, early-childhood educators, or students pursuing education degrees. The small groups also encourage friendship between campers.