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Fall Programs

We are partnering with local businesses and program providers to offer modified Fall programming that meets State of California, County of Ventura, City of Ventura, and CDC guidelines. We will not be offering our traditional Fall programs. Instead, we will be focusing on providing virtual activities and partial day specialty programming such as STEAM, surfing, and the arts.

Virtual Recreation Activities

Visit the City of Ventura’s Parks & Recreation Virtual Recreation and Resource Center!

A place for fun, educational, and useful resources through these uncertain and challenging times. We are committed to ensuring that our resilient community members have resources to maintain healthy lives, grow meaningful relationships, and continue to have extraordinary experiences. 

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Jr. Naturalist Club

Join our outdoor club as we listen to and look closely at the weather, trees, plants, and animals in our surrounding environment. Class focus is “experiential,” with participants learning through fun games, activities, and crafts that encourage use of all the senses. Children will be excited to share class projects they can use in their own yards and neighborhoods. Instructors are Certified California Naturalists who studied under Joseph B. Cornell (Sharing Nature Worldwide). Sessions will be led by a credentialed teacher who has 35 years of experience in elementary education.

Location: Arroyo Verde Park - Arroyo Corto picnic area
When: Tuesdays, 9/22 - 10/20, 3:30 - 5 PM
Ages: 6-10
Fee: $80.00 (nature journal and project materials are included)
Instructors: Julie Soske & William Falls

Register for:

Registration is ONLINE and OVER-THE-PHONE ONLY. 
No onsite registration. No walk-in registration.

For assistance with registration, please call:
(805) 658-4726

For Jr. Naturalist Club questions and information, please call:
(805) 658-4728

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Ohana Surf Camps

At Ohana Surf Camp our core value and mission is to encourage stewardship of our beaches and oceans. Our vision is to inspire by virtue of play and exploration the next generation of ocean enthusiasts. As Ventura County’s newest ocean-minded specialty camp, allow us to immerse your child in a variety of water related activities such as surfing, boogie boarding, and swimming, all in a safe and family "ohana" friendly environment.

Camp Location: Marina Park Beach
Fall camps run through: 8/17 – 10/2 (except week of 9/8 - 9/11)
PM session: 1 – 4 pm, M – F
Ages: 5 - 17
Price: Cost $225 (except 9/8-11 $180)
Space is limited to 10 campers per session.

 Register for:

  • 8/31 – 9/4    #15686 - Class is FULL, wait list available
  • 9/8 – 9/11    #15683 - Class is FULL, wait list available
  • 9/14 – 9/18  #15687 - Class is FULL, wait list available
  • 9/21 – 9/25  #15688
  • 9/28 – 10/2  #15689

Registration is ONLINE and OVER-THE-PHONE ONLY. 
No onsite registration. No walk-in registration.

For assistance with registration, please call:
(805) 654-7511

For Ohana Surf Camp questions and information, please call:
(805) 890-8276

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