Classic UniCamp serves campers ages 10 – 14 and is our most traditional residential camp program. Campers have the opportunity to explore the outdoors and participate in traditional camp programs such as: archery, arts & crafts, or rec. and also have the chance to push themselves with programs such as: the alpine climbing tower, swimming, and mountain biking.
Older Camper Programs
Speciality camps are available for campers ages 15 – 17 and are designed to push campers out of their comfort zone and challenge them to become leaders within UniCamp. Participants are taught program specific skills and asked to take more leadership responsibilities around the campsite.
Service Learning & Leadership Development
UniCorps is an Older Camper Program that focuses on leadership, service learning, and educational awareness. Campers will engage in community service projects that will improve upon the natural beauty and aesthetic of the UniCamp campsite. Campers also lead younger campers in outcome based programs. Campers who complete this program earn 30 hours of community service towards their high school graduation requirement. Led by UCLA students and alumni, UniCorps provides the perfect opportunity for your child to learn how to get to college from those who have already made it.
Core Lessons in Mind & Body
Core Lessons in Mind & Body is an Older Camper Program that offers an opportunity for Older Campers to learn about the fundamentals and safety of rock climbing as a platform to experience self-growth. It focuses around the 5 pillars of rock climbing to teach campers responsibility, trust, and mindfulness. Along with learning how to climb, campers will exercise new skills in leadership and communication as they teach the basics of climbing to younger campers at the Alpine Tower. The CLIMB program culminates with an off-site, outdoor climb which allows them to fully appreciate and utilize everything they have learned through the program.
Wilderness Adventures in Leadership and Learning
WALL is an Older Camper Program that provides high school campers the experience of backing in the wilderness. On a multiple-day overnight hike in the San Bernardino Mountains, campers are provided the opportunity to step out of their comfort zone and learn what we can accomplish through teamwork and perserverance. Campers gain a greater understanding of human impact on the environment as well as develop wilderness survival skills through outdoor educational programming and leadership opportunities.
WALL is returning in summer 2022!
Registration typically opens in February each year. Click here to get an email when registration opens each year!