For over 30 years, Cazadero Performing Arts Family Camp has been a cherished summer tradition, bringing people together to experience innovative arts programming.
For many families, their week together at "Caz" becomes an annual tradition that lasts for many years. Young adults credit their experiences at camp in helping shape who they have become; adults rekindle a dormant passion for music or theater; children spark a new interest in the arts; and our dedicated staff love to share their expertise.
Families attend one of three, week-long camp sessions. Two sessions, called "Caz California," are held in Northern California's Russian River Valley. A third session called "Caz Northwest" is held on the Key Peninsula of Puget Sound, roughly between Olympia and Gig Harbor.
Caz Family Camp happens at the same location—but is different from—the youth-only Cazadero Music Camp. How are they different? Which should you attend? Some campers would say "both!" Here's the lowdown.
INTRO TO CAMP
“We have been going to Caz Family Camp for four years now and it is the best week of the year! Every year!” - Jennifer V
“I highly recommend Cazadero Performing Arts Family Camp for any family looking for a summer experience with activities that both children and adults will love.” - Marianne C.
“I love seeing old friends each year and meeting new families”
The food was the best camp fare I have ever had!” -Dan P
“Our kids really appreciated Kid City and parents even more! We were surprised as first-time campers how much beginners could learn in a single week when challenged.”
- Michelle M