What students experience 

Mornings at Clark Creek

  • Making "distance learning" a success (and fun!)
    Our computer center has been arranged with socially distanced workspaces where students are able to connect to their regular "distance learning" classes. During class breaks they are up and engaging is sports and other activities.  It makes class time fun, not boring.

 Afternoon Activities

  • Recreation that is also character building
    When class is done, it's time for some enjoyable exercise. We explore/hike, fish, go tubing, kayaking, jet skiing, have ATV adventures, compete in paintball, team sports, archery, hatchet throwing, and just have fun swimming. Character building? You bet. Here is where self confidence and team spirit is nurtured.

Free Time

  • Study Time (if needed to complete assignments)

  • Relax Time (school work done ... its time to chill)
    Ahead of dinner students have free time. They can continue with activities, catch up on homework or just take it easy. 

Evenings In The Lodge

  • Hangout time. Lots of fun.
    Basketball, Tether ball, Four Square, Ping-Pong, Pool Table, Foose Ball, old school arcade games, hanging-out with friends, chess, board games, awesome group discussions and other activities.

Weekends. Like nowhere else in the world!

  • So many possibilities
    Each weekend we explore incredible destinations such as Mt. Shasta, the Shasta Caverns, Mt. Lassen Volcanic National Park,  Butte Lake Volcano/Lava Cone, Medicine Lake Volcanic Area, Lava Tubes, Burney Falls,  McCloud River and water falls, Clark Creek Falls, and we trek a section of the famous Pacific Crest Trail. Clark Creek Lodge is located in the center of one of the world's great nature studies areas.

Refunds. If schools resume regular classes before the end of camp we will bring students back to Marin and give a pro-rated refund for cancelled days.
The best distance
learning alternative

    A camp for 6th – 9th graders while schools are in “distance learning” mode. The kids enjoy two weeks at our lodge next to Burney Falls and Lake Britton in eastern Shasta County. Students access their distance learning classroom from the lodge computer center. Our teaching staff monitor and see that school assignments are done. Students then experience a daily schedule of great activities and outside adventures. The kids stay in beautiful cabins. They enjoy home away from home with friends in this healthy mountain environment. 



13 days - 12 nights
Sept 27th - Oct. 9th


Includes tuition, room & board, transportation from Marin and all field trip admission charges.

Need financial aid?
Contact Andrew (415) 991-9471

He wants no student left behind
because of family financial hardship

NOTE: We follow CDC guidelines for Covid-19 screening of students and staff. Common areas are arranged for social distancing. Masks are worn where recommended. Our goal: Provide a healthy and safe environment.

Overnight. Really Nice Accommodations.

  • The cabins at Clark Creek have full bathrooms, memory foam mattresses, AC, and individual storage spaces. Cabins accommodate 4 - 6 students.

Great Food!

  • Clark Creek has a long tradition of really good, freshly prepared meals and snacks. Special dietary needs can be accommodated. Everything is prepared fresh daily. Students love our food and come for more ... it's THAT good.

Getting to Clark Clark
(Transportation IS included in the registration fee)

  • Depart 10 AM Sunday morning
    Meet at the AndrewsCamps center
    401 Tamal Plaza , Corte Madera 
    (Marin County).
    It's a 4hr trip to Clark Creek with a lunch stop.


  • Return 7 PM Friday evening
    Our vans leave Clark Creek in time to be back at the AndrewsCamps center on time. 


Clark Creek Lodge, 36333 Clark Creek Rd., Burney, CA  96013

(530) 335-4789 ... info@clarkcreeklodge.com