Camp Quien Sabe is a traditional overnight summer camp experience, held at Toro Regional Park in the youth overnight area. The camp area rests on an attractive oak-shaded knoll with excellent hiking trails, campfire stage, kitchen and restroom facilities, a private swimming pool, and a lake with a dock for boating activities.
The Regular Program
for younger children, ages 7 to 11 years, is a closely supervised program devoted to teaching children basic camping skills and an appreciation for the great outdoors. "Regulars" spend a week sleeping outside under the stars and learning to live in a natural setting without altering or damaging the environment. A variety of outdoor activities including swimming, hiking, boating, crafts, cookouts, games, nature lore and campfires make this an exiting and memorable week for all that attend.
The Environmental Team
is a program dedicated to the young pre-teen of 12 years. "ET's" participate in regular camping activities as well as special activities aimed at developing an understanding of environmental concerns.
The Work Experience Program
, for ages 13 to 15 years, combines the fun of camping with the age appropriate task of learning job related skills such as time management and teamwork. In addition to regular camp activities, "WE's" are given weekly projects to complete together. For his/her services, the camper is paid a small stipend for the week and receives a job evaluation that may be of value when seeking employment.
Family Camp Weekend
All ages and members of the family are invited to get away for the weekend and join us at Camp Quien Sabe. Families must provide their own transportation. All meals are provided and families participate in a variety of camp activities including hiking, boating, swimming, arts and crafts, campfire program and plenty of outdoor fun!
Check out the Activities Guide
for more information including schedules and fees.