Paper applications can be downloaded here. A $30 deposit per session is due with your application. Full payment and all forms (Camper Application, Summer Foods, Parent Health History, Doctor’s Physical, Immunizations) must be submitted at least 7 days before your session begins.




Session 1 (Project Noyo): Monday June 15 – Wednesday June 24

​*Session 1 is exclusively for youth from military & first responder families


Session 2: Wednesday June 24 – Thursday July 2 (ages 11+)

          *NEW* Mini Session 2-A: Wednesday June 24 – Sunday June 28 (ages 8-10 only)

          *NEW* Mini Session 2-B: Sunday June 28 – Thursday July 2 (ages 8-10 only)

Note: There is a break between Session 2 and Session 3. All campers return home after Session 2.


Session 3: Monday July 6 – Wednesday July 15***


Session 4: Wednesday July 15 – Friday July 24


Session 5: Friday July 24 – Sunday August 2

Session 1: Project Noyo

The Project Noyo session (session 1) was developed years ago in response to the need for increased support for military children. This session will provide a safe, fun and therapeutic healing environment where young people from can maintain healthy and connected relationships with other youth from military and first responder families and build a sense of community.

Session 2: Full & Mini Sessions

*NEW* for 2020 - We are offering two different options for Session 2.

Session 2 (full session): This is a regular camper session, similar to previous years and other 2020 sessions. Open to returning campers, or new campers age 11+.

Mini Session 2-A or 2-B: These are NEW 5-day sessions at Camp. They are open to first-time families and families of younger campers for whom 10-days is too long to be away from home. Campers will participate in classic Camp activities and programs with an emphasis on adjusting to the Camp environment. Please call the Camp office with additional questions. 

Camper ages: 8-14 years old

15-17? Apply to be a Leader in Training

18+? Apply to be on Staff

For more information, contact the Camp hotline at 415-757-6690 or see Frequently Asked Questions.


We feel strongly that cost should not be the thing that gets in the way of a camper having a great time at Camp. Full and partial scholarships are available for all that apply, with no need to provide proof of income. All scholarships are offered at the beginning of the online application. Choose "No Scholarship, Partial Scholarship, or Full Scholarship" when applying to receive below pricing.

We know this can be confusing. Please contact us with questions! or 415-445-5477.


General Pricing (Not a member of Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco):

Session 1 (Military and First Responder Families Only):

$235 *Project Noyo pricing available only for Session 1 - exclusively for youth from military or first responder families - Select "Full scholarship needed" to receive price.

Session 2:

Full Session - Full Price, No Scholarship: $850

Full Session - Partial Scholarship: $500

Full Session - Full Scholarship: $300

Mini Session (5-days) - Full Price, No Scholarship - $450

Mini Session (5-days) - Partial Scholarship - $300

Mini Session (5-days) - Full Scholarship - $200

Session 3-5:

Full Session - Full Price, No Scholarship: $850

Full Session - Partial Scholarship: $520

Full Session - Full Scholarship: $325

BGCSF Club Members:

Session 2

Full Session: $135

Mini Session (5-days): $100

Sessions 3-5

BGCSF Member Price: $135

*BGCSF members: BGCSF pricing only available for Active BGCSF clubhouse members who are current on their membership dues. Many Club members are eligible for an additional scholarship. Each additional scholarship is at the discretion of the Clubhouse Director (CD). If the CD determines a camper will receive an additional scholarship, the CD will inform the Manager of Camp Administration of the new price. Please speak to Clubhouse staff directly. 

Summer Foods Program Information

Part of the application you fill out for your camper includes an application for the California Department of Education Summer Food Service Program. This allows Camp Mendocino to receive funding for meals served at Camp.  All Camp applications include this form. Eligibility for the summer foods program does NOT affect your eligibility for Camp scholarships, nor does it change the price of Camp for families. We offer families the lowest available price, regardless of Summer Foods Program eligibility. For more information on the summer foods program, please click here. Note, the application form is available as part of the paper and online application. The copy on the link above is for informational purposes only.

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