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NOTICE: Due to uncertainty in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, we’ve made the difficult decision to cancel Travel Experience: California. While the trip to southern California is special, we hope you will choose one of our other local camps to attend this summer!

Travel Experience: California
Visit the Future of Space Travel

  • Age 16-18  Camper must be 16 years old by the start date of camp
  • 6 Days / 5 Overnights
  • Price: $2,199*  Note: a 50% deposit is required within seven (7) days of registration.

You will spend a day at the Cosmosphere, meeting your fellow travelers and building a team bond on Cosmosphere's Low Ropes Course, getting briefed about your upcoming trip and experiencing a mission in Astralis, the new capsule-based simulator modeled after the NASA Orion capsuleThen you fly to California to visit exclusive, behind the scenes areas that only the Cosmosphere can provide, meet past Cosmosphere Camp Alumni that work in the aerospace industry and hear from people that are shaping the future. This experience will be jam packed with activities that we hope will never be forgotten!

Tenative Locations Include:

Note: Locations are tentative until confirmed in Spring 2020 and are subject to change.

Available Dates:

  • June 15-20, 2020  This session has been removed.
  • July 13-18, 2020  This session has been removed.
  • July 27-August 1, 2020  This session has been removed.

REGISTER NOW! You can register for this camp by SIGNING UP for a free profile on this portal or LOGGING IN to the portal if you already have a profile. If you have any questions, you can CONTACT US and we'll help you out!

* A $50 registration fee will be added to each camp at checkout.

"My best advice is to challenge yourself. Take the hard classes, step out of your comfort zone, and learn something new. You might not get that easy A, but you had to work to learn something new and now it’ll stay with you forever. You can do it because you are awesome."
- Karen Lechtenberg, Cosmosphere Camps Alumna and Geologist for Encan