Coyote Camp Info Summer 2020
In light of the global health pandemic, we've updated our program descriptions.
Our goal at Coyote Camp is to provide a safe, enriching space for children to explore in nature with peers. Coyote Camp will still provide opportunity for children to play outside, explore, get dirty and have fun! We will still share songs and stories, go on group hiking adventures, make discoveries and build friendships, while we share our abundant gratitude for nature.
Safety for children and teachers remains our highest priority, and new safety measures, protocols, and procedures to align with the latest guidelines will be set in place, and executed with the highest level of care and diligence.
As in all of our programs, Camp teachers support the children to develop conflict resolution and thoughtful problem solving skills. They help to foster kindness and respect towards one another and towards nature. With this strong emphasis on social and emotional growth, our educators strive to create a respectful community where we all have an important role.
Coyote Camp 2020 is full, to be added to the waitlist please email Angela at with your child's name, date of birth, and your preferred camp session & group (see below for details).
Angela will email you if a spot becomes available.
Summer Coyote Camp 2020 Dates
To align with the SFDPH guidelines we are offering the following Camp Sessions:
Session 1: July 6-24
Session 2: July 27-Aug 14
Each session must last at least three weeks.
Children will be kept with the same group each day.
Coyote Camp will offer stable groups of 10 children and at least 2 teachers. No child or teacher should move between groups to lower the risk of transmission.
Children may only enroll in one camp at a time. If the child leaves a camp early, they may not attend another camp until 3 weeks after the first camp started.
Children must attend the first week of the session. Those who do not attend the first week may not join the session later.
Children may choose not to attend for the entire duration of the program, but if they leave, their spot should not be filled by another child.
Priority enrollment was given to those children who held spaces in Coyote Camps the week of July 6.
Enrollment Options & Tuition