Holiday Breaks Year Round (Grades TK-5)

YMCA of San Francisco's Holiday Break Camps provide a safe and welcoming environment for youth to engage in while school is out. Our CPR and First Aid Certified trained Youth Development staff lead fun and safe activities which include cooking, arts & crafts, STEAM projects, physical activities and more! We provide camp during teacher in-service days, staff development and school closure days.

Financial assistance is available for families who qualify. You may download the financial assistance application hereplease email your completed financial aid application a minimum of 5 days before the first day of Holiday Break Camp to

If you receive care through Marin Childcare Council or Financial Assistance, email Marissa Williams; to register your child(ren)

399 Alameda De La Loma, Novato • 415-883-2663
​Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm

150 Ross Ave, San Anselmo • 628-336-0062
Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm


Community Participant: $105 per day

Facility Participant: $88 per day

Registration closes the Thursday before the session starts.

Holiday Dates - 2021-2022

Ross Valley One Day Holiday Camp: Registration OPENS OCT 13th!
Thursday, November 11, 2021
Registration Closes - November 4, 2021

Thanksgiving Holiday Camp:
NUSD & RVSD: November 22-24, 2021
Registration Closes - November 18, 2021

Winter Break Holiday Camp:
NUSD & RVSD: December 20-23, 2021

Registration Closes - December 16, 2021

*We will not be operating December 27, 2021 - January 3, 2022 for Staff Development & Training

Mid Winter Holiday Camp: 
NUSD & RVSD: February 21-25, 2022
Registration Closes - February 17, 2022

Ross Valley One Day Holiday Camp: 
RVSD: March 7, 2022
Registration Closes - March 3, 2022

Spring Break Holiday Camp:
NUSD & RVSD: April 4-8, 2022
Registration Closes - March 31, 2022



Marissa Williams
(415) 446-2140

Marissa strives to create a sense of belonging and community in our YMCA youth programs. Marissa is passionate about providing quality programming that promotes a safe and fun environment where the youth can engage and grow.