Welcome

Welcome to the Living Coast Discovery Center Day Camps online registration system.  If you have any questions with your registration, please contact 619-409-5908.

Pre K - Kinder

Ocean Outlaws
 

November 25 - 27
9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
The ocean can be untamed and full of dangerous creatures. Come learn about the Ocean Outlaws thriving off our coastlines and how they are able to do so. From Lionfish and Jellies to Seahorses and Sharks, we will explore what makes these animals so dangerous but mesmerizing.
 

Session Fall Camps:    AVAILABLE

Fish School
 

Dec 23, 26 - 27
9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Big fish, small fish, orange fish, rainbow fish! There are so many types of fish in the sea! Come learn about the many colors, sizes, and types of fish as we discover how fish swim through the ocean avoiding their mighty predators and finding their food.
 

Session Winter Camps:    AVAILABLE

 
1st - 3rd Grade

Built to Hunt
 

November 25 - 27
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Predators have amazing abilities!  We’ll investigate eagles, sharks, snakes and some animals that are sure to surprise you.  From talons to teeth, we’ll explore the many tricks predators have up their sleeves to be successful hunters and how their prey tries to get away.
 

Session Fall Camps:    AVAILABLE

Species Invaders
 

December 23, 26 - 27
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Do you know what species are invading our oceans, land, and air? We need your help finding ways to bring back our local animals! In this adventurous camp, your little scientist will discover who is invading, meet some species savers, and have fun all in a good days work. This camp includes daily field trips to local sites for more adventures and fun.

Session Winter Camps:    AVAILABLE

 
4th - 6th Grade

Ecosystem Explorers
 

November 25 - 27
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Adventures await in this action packed camp! Take a trip with us to visit 3 common ecosystems of San Diego County. We will explore the ocean, upland, and marsh ecosystems with unique experiences such as hiking, tide pooling, and more! Daily field trips include Cabrillo National Park to examine tide pools (Monday), Pepper Park to explore the marsh (Tuesday), and Otay Valley Regional Park to hike the upland habitat (Wednesday).

Session Fall Camps:    AVAILABLE