Thank you for your interest in Camp Augusta! Unfortunately, all 2020 programming has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out more here.
We can’t wait to gather around the campfire with you all again in 2021. Continue reading these pages to learn more about what we offer. Contact us to register your interest for next year!
For all registered 2020 summer campers and family campers, please click here to access your ‘Flicker the Campfire Cancellation Form’ to initiate the refund/donation process.
Camp Augusta is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Click here to make a tax-deductible donation to support us during this challenging time.
We have a variety of incredible trips planned that offer a bit of a different twist on the typical Camp Augusta experience (if, indeed, anything at Camp Augusta can be considered ‘typical’!).
- Backpacking Expedition at Grouse Ridge
- Backpacking/Rock Climbing Expedition in Desolation Wilderness
- Backcountry Wilderness Expedition in Hoover Wilderness
- Split Session: Augusta Week + Backpacking at Grouse Ridge
- Sierra Nevada Alpine Hiking
- Lassen Volcanic Park Hiking
- Pacific Crest Trail Hiking
- Sierra Nevada Horseback Trip
Our program is designed for boys and girls between the ages of 8-16. Campers are placed in cabin groups according to age, gender, and parental requests. With a staff-to-camper ratio of 1:2, kids have full assistance in all aspects of camp life. Camp Augusta is a place where children learn to live together in a supportive atmosphere that promotes personal and social growth, increases self-confidence, and lasting memories and friendships. Our extensive activities offer something for just about any camper.
Intended as a first camp experience for the young child (ages 6 – 8), providing close supervision and an introduction to camping with lots of individual attention. A ratio of one staff member per two campers is maintained, and often better than that.
Communication, Independence, and Responsibility: Compassionate Leadership Empowerment
Mission: To inspire within teens aged 16-17 an appreciation for and understanding of the beautiful complexities of working intimately with children; to empower teens with focused leadership and communication skills that allow them to engage their world with independence, responsibility, and compassion.