Family Vacation Camp at Camp Royaneh, Cazadero

Family Vacation Camp is an exciting opportunity for your family to enjoy the rugged outdoors, beautiful redwoods, and activities of Camp Royaneh in Cazadero. Special activities will be held to keep your family having lots of fun! Our Olympic-size swimming pool provides a great place to lie in the sun or swim on a warm afternoon. Always popular are the archery range, the rifle range and the shotgun range. Camp provides the equipment and instruction. We have bows just right for the small ones! You can ride a horse though the majestic redwoods or just enjoy nature on a hike. The craft area provides an exciting time creating something you can bring home with you. Each weekend the camp director will have a special activity planned which will be posted on the schedule board at camp.

The trading post will offer a variety of ice cream, candy and other snack items as well as Camp Royaneh merchandise.

Like most national, state, or private campgrounds, you will be sleeping in tents. You have the option to use camp tents or you can bring your own.  ALL sites are assigned when you arrive at camp. Large groups of 50 or more wishing to camp together can be assigned a site in advance otherwise all accommodations are first come, first served upon arrival at camp. Hot showers and restrooms are nearby each of the campsites.

A great choice of two food plans is available. The first is bringing your own food to camp. Perishables may be stored in the camp refrigerators. All other food MUST be stored in your vehicles at night. The second choice is prepared meals in the camp dining hall. Eat like the Scouts do during summer camp. Varied and nutritious meals are available for a very reasonable fee. Meals begin with Saturday breakfast and end with Sunday dinner. Breakfast Monday is available for an additional fee for those on the meal plan and for those who are cooking their own food.

Session Dates: 

Labor Day Weekend August 29-Sept 1, 2014

Who's Eligible: 

The families of anyone registered in the Boy Scouts of America (that’s Tigers, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts, Venturers, Sea Scouts, Explorers, and adults) may participate. You can bring along friends too but they must only be camping when you are.

Cost: 

Dining Hall Food Plan:
$80 per person for those over 12 years old
$60 per person for those 5-11 years old
No charge for 5 years old and under
Monday breakfast is available for an additional $8.00 per person

Cook your own food plan:
$25 per person for those over 5 years old
Free for those 5 years old and younger

Contact info: 

For more information contact JoAnn at (510)577-9203 or joanns@sfbac.org