Camp Ocean Pines teen summer activities: explore the great sites of California with Camp Ocean Pines this summer on its Great California Road Trip. Or sign your teenager up for our Counselor in Training program.
Is your summer camper ready for a new adventure?
Entertaining teenagers is tough. Without a television or smartphone, it often seems that there are no answers to the age old question of what will entertain your teenager over summer break. That’s why Camp Ocean Pines hosts two programs for high school-aged students looking to have fun this summer: The Great California Road trip and our CIT program. Enjoy our teen summer activities at Camp Ocean Pines.
The Great California Road Trip by Camp Ocean Pines
July 28th-Aug 4th
Traveling opens the mind to culture, and what better culture to explore than the California culture right in our backyard? On the Great California Road Trip, your camper will experience some of the greatest natural sites and tourist destinations in the great state of California. On this 8-day road trip, they will experience independence in a safe and vigilant setting, and have fun in various picturesque and exciting locations. From the world famous Redwoods in Big Sur to the infamous Alcatraz in San Francisco to the stunning views of Lake Tahoe, we’re going to see it all and hit every crazy tourist stop on the way! More info…..
Counselor in Training Program
Imagine sending your teenager away for the summer to a place where they can learn what it takes to have a job that influences the happiness of others. They’ll return with a greater sense of responsibility and the feeling that they have made a difference in a setting that they enjoy. And on top of it all, they had fun. Welcome to the CIT program at Camp Ocean Pines. The CIT program at Camp Ocean Pines is for previous campers or CITs who are finishing 9th or 10th grade prior to the start of summer. In our CIT program, campers will learn the importance of hard work, responsibility and leadership. We will teach your campers what goes in to running a camp, and at the end of their experience they even receive a work evaluation so they know which aspects of their leadership made the most impact. More info…
Trips are overseen by Scott “Doc” Hicok, the Summer Camp Director. Please call or email with any questions.