Date(s) - June 13, 2024
9:00 am-5:00 pm

2024 Summer Camp at UUCMP

  • Dates: Monday, June 10 – Friday June 14
  • Time: 9am-5pm (Drop off starting at 8:45am)
  • For kids entering grades 1-6 in the Fall of 2024
  • Cost: See below for registration fee options
  • Register campers here

We’re excited to share that our summer camp registration is open!
We only have 24 spaces for campers available, so register today!


Nature Camp is a children’s camp focusing on the 7th principle of Unitarian Universalism– “We believe in caring for our planet Earth, the home we share with all living things.” The activities during the week will include art, crafts, community building, games, and community service, all focused on learning to care about nature and other humans. We believe humans can have a positive impact on each other, and on the natural world. Nature Camp is a time for campers to feel a part of the interdependent web of all life.

Beyond the activities, Nature Camp will encourage and help kids learn about themselves, each other, and the world around them, gaining a greater understanding and appreciation of all. We will stress the importance of friendship and community, empathy and integrity, and respect and inclusivity in all we do. As a Unitarian Universalist affiliated summer camp, Nature Camp welcomes children of all and no faiths.


A registration form is needed for each individual child. Thank you for taking the time to give us as much information as you can, enabling us to help each child have a great summer camp experience. If you have any questions along the way, call / text Sharyn Routh, our registrar, at 202-491-8535 or email

You will receive a detailed confirmation letter with more information in May.

Who: Elementary-aged children entering grades 1-6

When: June 10 – June 14, 2023 from 9:00 am-5:00 pm

Drop off begins at 8:45am

Where: Drop off/Pick Up:

Unitarian Universalist Church of the Monterey Peninsula
490 Aguajito Rd.
Carmel, CA 93923
Find location information here.


We would like our camps to be as accessible as possible. If the cost of summer camp is a barrier to participation for your family, please reach out to Sharyn Routh, Camp Registrar, for scholarship information. (You can call / text Sharyn at 202-491-8535 or email

Our fees reflect best practices for equity and accessibility. Standard registration fee covers all camp costs, while requesting support participants receive some scholarship funds, and offering support helps to support our scholarship funds.

  • Standard Camp Participant Registration fee – $300/child
  • Requesting Support Camp Participant Registration fee – $150/child
  • Offering Support Camp Participant Registration fee – $350/child

The registration fee includes:

  • T-shirt and supplies needed for activities
  • Daily snacks

The registration fee does not include:

  • Lunch

Refund & Cancellation Policy:

  • Prior to April 15: Full refund.
  • Cancellations from April 15 to May 22: $100 cancellation fee per camper.
  • Cancellations after May 22: No refund.


Parent volunteers are invited to attend and join during the week. All of our adults are background checked and receive onsite safety training for emergencies and abuse prevention. Please inquire for more details about volunteering.


UUCMP was intentionally established to raise children who are caring of all people and world-wise to the complexities, challenges, and joys of learning and living in multicultural, interfaith communities. We see this as a partnership with parents and a way to be responsive to the diversity in our community. While we may not always get it right, our commitment is steadfast that through the mission and values of UUCMP and our teaching and learning strategies, our community will be an accountable, knowledgeable, kind, and safe place for all students and families.


Although many acronyms may be used to refer to sexual and gender minority young people, we choose to use LGBTQIA+ as it represents the inclusivity of all marginalized sexual and gender identities. Our position is to support and validate the experiences of all youth with marginalized sexual and gender identities.


Our programs welcome campers who are neurodivergent. We are committed to providing an inclusive educational environment that works for you. We strive to include a variety of activity and learning styles that may speak to different campers in important ways. Please help us by telling us more about your child, including ideas to help make our programs a place of belonging and learning.


Email or text/call our Summer Camp Registrar, Sharyn Routh (cell: 202-491-8535; email: