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A Day at Camp

Camp Rio Vista for Boys and Camp Sierra Vista for Girls share one property, and schedules are carefully coordinated between the camps. As the boys finish breakfast, the girls are on to their first activity of the day. The girls raise the flag in the morning, and the boys lower the flag in the evening.

Sierra Vista — Girls Camp

Sample Daily Schedule
7:00

Revielle

7:20

Flag Raising

7:30

Breakfast/Cabin Cleanup

8:55

Tumbling (First activity)

9:55

Horseback (Second activity)

10:55

Water Ski (Third activity)

11:45

Get Ready for Lunch

12:00

Lunch

1:00

Rest Period

3:00

Snack Time

3:30

Scrap Booking (Fourth Activity)

4:30

Tennis (Fifth Activity)

5:20

Get Ready for Dinner

6:00

Dinner

7:00

Evening Program

10:00

Shower & Evening Embers

10:15

Taps & Goodnight!

Camp is not just a nice way to spend your summer. Camp is a "Life Changing Event", it exposes kids to new adventures, new learning opportunities and new friends in a wholesome environment. With so much going on in the world and with so much influence in social media, camp brings back the core values, principles and activities that we all enjoyed as kids... Camp Rio Vista is that place that touches your life and makes you a better human, a better person, and a better friend.

JulioAlumni & Parent
Menlo Park, CA

Rio Vista — Boys Camp

Sample Daily Schedule
8:00

Reveille

8:20

Breakfast/Cabin Clean Up

9:35

Personal Inspection

9:55

Ropes Course (First Activity)

10:55

Lacrosse (Second Activity)

11:55

Water Ski (Third Activity)

12:45

Get Ready for Lunch

1:00

Lunch

2:00

Rest Period

4:00

Snack

4:30

Kayaking (Fourth Activity)

5:30

Riflery (Fifth Activity)

6:20

Recall & Flag Lowering

7:00

Dinner

8:00

Evening Program

10:00

Shower & Evening Embers

10:15

Taps & Goodnight!

Summer Fun, Filled Full to the Brim

Days at camp follow a steady rhythm. Mornings are fast moving. Kids hit the ground running (literally for some!) as they head to breakfast and the first three activity periods of the day. Things slow down for lunch and rest period, then they ramp up again for two more activities. We slow down for dinner, and then there’s evening program before we wind the day down.

For kids, it’s the perfect mix — lots of activity to keep everyone engaged, with times to recharge through the day. Kids don’t get bored because they have a diverse schedule intentionally designed to make it a fun-filled summer away from home.