The SLO Chamber celebrates new member, Camp Natoma with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Since 1941, campers have spent a summer week sleeping under the stars, rock-hopping through Franklin creek, singing silly camp songs, trying new outdoor activities, and making life-long friends at Camp Natoma.
Located in the Adelaida mountains west of Paso Robles, Camp Natoma encompasses 360 acres and is nestled in a valley filled with Oak trees. A summer tradition for many generations, camp sessions welcome boys and girls, 1st through 11th grades to the 6 night camp program. Delicious, nutritious, meals made on-site from local produce fuel campers as they explore and share laughter with new friends, swim, hike, and sing in the protected oak woodland.
For more information on how you or someone you know can sleep under the stars, be creative and connect with nature at Camp Natoma, visit campnatoma.com.