Camp Turtle Rock offers a recreational swim program to all campers 2 or 3 days each week. Campers will enjoy the Cal Lutheran University swimming pool while playing their favorite water game or activity. This program is designed to provide a safe environment for the beginning swimmer, as well as, the advanced swimmer. Swimming is provided throughout the summer to campers of all levels. All campers are swim tested during the first week of camp. Campers will build their confidence and develop skills under the direction of our Certified Lifeguard.
Camp Turtle Rock believes in teaching all campers good sportsmanship and teamwork while participating in a non-competitive environment. Some of the favorite sports at camp are:
Archery ~ Soccer ~ Baseball/Softball/T-Ball ~ Indoor Basketball ~ Tennis ~ Ga Ga ~ Handball ~ Hockey ~ Volleyball ~ Sand Prisoner ~ Capture the Flag ~ Miniature Golf
Under the direction of our trained staff, campers feel the excitement of rock climbing on our state of the art rock wall. All climbers will receive instruction and have the opportunity to climb several times throughout the summer. The climbing wall has four separate routes with dinosaur fossils to find on their way to the top. This is a camp favorite for all ages.
Camp Turtle Rock offers campers the experience of exploring the natural creek as they look to catch frogs, tadpoles and crawdads with the help of their counselors! These popular activities at the creek are offered to all campers throughout the summer.
From moon bounces and inflatable water slides and slip n' slides, inflatables are always a camper favorite!
Craft projects provide a great opportunity for all campers to explore their creativity. An Arts & Crafts Specialist guides campers in age appropriate projects using such materials as paint, clay, lanyards, tie-dye, yarn, wood and leather.
Campers enjoy learning in a fun environment while participating in hands-on activities. Fossil finds, archeological digs, arrowhead discovery and gold panning are some of the surprises within the Nature Program.