Join Us on Visitor’s Day

Are you a parent who wishes Catalina Sea Camp was for adults? Don’t worry, you’re not alone… But, on the last Sunday of each 3-week summer session Catalina Sea Camp opens its doors (or lowers the pier ramp) and welcomes parents and friends of current campers to Toyon Bay. Not only is a good way to visit the students at camp who you’ve missed, it is a great day to experience what camp has to offer for yourself!


The instructors and counselors are available to mingle, the food is always top-notch, and the activities are endless. Paddle-boarding, snorkeling, kayaking, rock-climbing, and visiting the touch tanks are just some of the exciting things to do! Campers look forward to showing off their art projects, ROVs, marine knowledge, and new water skills when visitor day finally arrives. Once you get to Avalon there are shoreboats that leave throughout the day to bring you to our incredible facility at Toyon Bay.

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