What You'll Get
- $549 for five weeks of summer day camp, two days per week (Tuesday/Thursday) ($925 value)
Campers should bring their own lunches, as well as a backpack with a swimsuit, towel, and disposable water bottle. Campers in the following cities are picked up and dropped off by the camp’s van each day:
- La Cañada
- San Gabriel
- San Marino
- Sierra Madre
- South Pasadena
- Temple City
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 21, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Limit 10 per person, may buy 10 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Limit 1 per camper per visit. Registration required online and subject to availability. Parents must contact Camp Shi-ini by the close of business on June 9th, 2016 to supply their voucher number and to fill out an official enrollment form and liability waiver. Valid only for children/families that are NOT currently enrolle in Camp Shi-ini. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Camp Shi'ini Summer Day-Camp
The Navajo word shi'ini translates to "summer people," making it a fitting name for a summer camp. Camp Shi'ini Summer Day-Camp hosts kids aged 4–13 at its lush Arroyo Park location, which is equally fitting for a wide range of camp activities. Read on to learn about a few:
- Horseback riding: This activity has been a part of the Camp Shi'ini experience since the camp first opened in 1947. Campers explore the area's scenic trails on horseback while under the supervision of trained horse wranglers.
- Canoeing: Kids aged 4–8 are some of canoeing's biggest fans. Each day, campers climb into canoes and set sail on Arroyo Seco's casting pond for fishing, relay races, and a a turn around an enormous aquatic obstacle course.
- Treasure hunt: Throughout Camp Shi'ini's five-week session, campers find themselves in search of a legendary treasure, which requires them to solve mysteries and undertake impressive feats before discovering their prize.
- Hiking: During this all-day adventure, campers hike uphill through Altadena's Eaton Canyon until they reach the infamous Crocodile Falls. Here, they take in views of the stunning waterfall and the pond beneath.
- Beach trips: Occasionally, campers travel to the secluded Sunset Beach, just south of Seal Beach, where they construct sand castles and other sculptures and splash along the shore under the supervision of lifeguards.