Summer camps 2018

Camps at Magnuson Park

July 9-13 – Art Week

July 16-20 Art Week

August 6-10 Nature Week

August 13-17 Nature Week

August 20-24 Bike Packing FUNdamentals Week


Camps at White Center Bicycle Playground

July 23-27 – Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (S.T.E.M) Week

July 30 - August 3 Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (S.T.E.M) Week


NEW for 2018! Our camps now have themes in which rides and activities will be based. 

  • ART campExperiment and play with a wide range of materials to explore bicycling through art. Find inspiration in old bike components, cycling themed art projects, and ways to use two wheels to create new masterpieces.
  • STEM campJoin other young riders to explore the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math using bicycles as a gateway.
  • NATURE camp: Explore local ecology around neighborhoods using bikes as a means to do it. See and identify birds, learn about plan species, and explore waterways in this nature inspired week of biking.
  • Bike Packing FUNdamentals campLearn about what bike packing is and gain new hands-on experience and knowledge in what bike to ride, how to pack gear, what equipment to bring, how to plan a trip, and much more (for ages 13-15 who have previously attended a Cascade camp). 

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 6-15 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.

Download the Parent and Guardian Camp Manual for all necessary information.

Don't forget to download and complete a Medical Form for the first day!

Scholarships are available for camp registration. Please apply here.

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