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Camps by Stops

MD Explorers (Ages 5-8):

  • Eastern Middle School
  • Glen Echo Parking Lot
  • Whitman High School
  • Chevy Chase Elementary School

VA Explorers (Ages 5-8):

  • Guy Mason Rec Center NW
  • Arlington Planetarium
  • Madeira School

MD Sampler “Gresko’s” (Ages 8-14):

  • Eastern Middle School
  • Glen Echo Parking Lot
  • Whitman High School
  • Chevy Chase Elementary School
  • Guy Mason Rec Center NW

VA Sampler “Duncan’s” (Ages 8-14):

  • Arlington Planetarium
  • Guy Mason Rec Center NW
  • Madeira School

MD & VA Adventure Camps (Ages 9-15):
*These camp pick-up & drop off times are staggered after the Explorer & Sampler Routes.

  • Guy Mason Rec Center
    • Climb Camp
    • Raft Camp
  •  Eastern Middle School
    • Climb  Camp
  • Glen Echo Parking Lot
    • Raft  Camp
    • Kayaking Camp
    • Teen SUP Camp *Ages 13-15
  • Whitman High School
    • Horseback Riding Camp
    • Growing Green Camp
  • Belt Road
    • Sail Camp
    • Beginner Kayak Camp
  • Annuciaction Church
    • Camper vs. Wild Camp
    • SUP Camp
  • Chevy Chase Elementary School
    • Adventure Island Camp
    • Kayaking Camp
  • Calleva Farm
    • Horseback Riding Camp
    • Growing Green Camp
  • Riley’s Lock Campus
    • Adventure Island Camp
    • Beginner Kayak Camp
  • Madeira Campus
    • Camper vs Wild Camp
    • SUP Camp
    • Kayaking Camp
  •  Carderock
    • OneWheel Camp *Ages 10-15
  • Angler’s Inn
    • Advanced Kayaking Camp
  • Montgomery Mall Transit Center
    • Mountain Biking Camp *Ages 10-15
  • Kentlands Church
    • Fishing Camp

Each bus stop is a single stop for group and camp. Following many of the regulations that we enacted during the 2020 summer, we had zero transmissions. We will be sticking with the single stop and and single group to make sure there is not any interaction between groups.

Thank you for your understanding and for working with us to get your children to and from camp safely.

Additional note:  We do not have a wait list for bus routes. Occasionally, families change their plans and space on the bus opens up at the last minute. You can always check back with us regarding a switch when your camp week nears.

Bus Transportation is provided to all campers and cost is included in weekly tuition. Campers ride commercial vehicles with certified drivers.

  • Pick-Up (P.U.) times will be around 8:00 for all Explorer and Sampler Camps except for those dropping off on-site.
  • Pick-Up (P.U.) times will be around 8:40 for all Adventure Camps.
  • Drop-off (D.O.) times will be around  4:00 for Explorer and Sampler Camps.
  • Drop-off (D.O.) times will be around  4:30 for all Adventure Camps.

Bus Communication Info: You will receive an email the week prior to your camp week with specific bus stop times and information. This will come from [email protected] and sometimes gets filtered into “junk” or “spam” folders so please be sure to add that address to your safe emails list.  

PLEASE NOTE!! You camper must follow the BUS RULES set by Calleva.  Each bus stop has a capacity limit for safety reasons. We will not allow more campers than the manufactured capacity of the bus or current health restrictions.

Notice to all High Adventure campers:  Calleva provides all logistical needs once the trip has started, however parents are responsible for dropping off and picking up students before and after the the trip. Depending on the trip, parents will need to drop off students at 7:30am at the Calleva Office Monday Mornings, and pick them up at 5:00pm on Friday Evening at Riley’s Lock.

Vision: To promote transportation that connects the community with outdoor recreational activities in a way that enforces safety.

Mission: Establish safe, reliable, and efficient modes of transportation through the use of certified drivers, technicians, vehicles, and methods of safe transportation practices.

Values: Service with enthusiasm, dedication, and desire for connecting the community. Promotion of excellence, respect, dignity, and responsibility allows transportation to be successful. Staff strive to promote meaningful work to the well-being of the environment.