Cascade Summer Camps

Looking for a great kids summer camp? Cascade Bicycle Club offers week-long day camps in Magnuson Park and White Center which are loaded with biking, trail adventures, and lots of hands-on learning for ages 7-12 years. Our bike-based programs promote skill development, exploration, physical wellness, personal responsibility, and teamwork. The camps also emphasize care for the equipment we use, and the land on which we live.

Under the careful guidance of our experienced counselors, campers discover the trails, parks, and urban wilds of our much-loved Puget Sound region. Join new and old camp friends while creating nature connection, learning new cycling skills, and enjoying games, arts and crafts! Activities and skills will be tailored for the specific ages of each camp session. Some of the activities offered may include basic bike maintenance skills, developing safe riding habits, and learning about pedestrian and biking infrastructure. Includes camp t-shirt.

Designed for: 7-12 year olds

Session: Week long, Monday-Friday, 8:45am-3pm

Group learning: Campers are divided into small teams based on their cycling skill, experiences, and social needs

Cost: $315-$325 (sliding scale scholarships available)

Stay tuned for more information about our 2019 programming!

Summer Camp locations
Shoreline
NEW 2019 Shoreline location


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White Center
White Center and Cascade Bicycling Center at Magnuson Park

August 5 - August 9 →

Summer Camp Resources

Parent and Guardian Manual
CLICK HERE
Camp Medical Form
CLICK HERE
Frequently Asked Questions
Summer Camp Resources

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  • Parent/guardian manual (pdf)
  • Medical form (pdf)
  • Three kids work together on fixing a bike wheel

    My kids (ages 11 and 14) are both so empowered by this camp! Both of them feel very confident going on city rides now, and I know their confidence is well-placed, because I've ridden with them and their road savvy - safety - and manners are *excellent.* My older son in particular feels that there's just nowhere in Seattle that he can't go on his bike. It's awesome!  Rachel Scherr, 2018