FAQs

FAQs

How do I add my camp to your directory?

Use the  Add a Listing  form to send us the camp details.

I see my camp in your directory. How do I claim it? 

The claim process is very straight-forward! Read this article:  How to Claim your Directory Listing

What if I'm not in Sonoma, Marin, or Napa Counties? 

We appreciate your interest in Enrichment.kids! Currently, our focus is on serving the North Bay counties of Marin, Sonoma, and Napa. Our goal is to provide an exceptional and comprehensive directory and registration tool, tailored specifically to our local community. By concentrating on the North Bay, we leverage our deep understanding of the area to offer unparalleled service.

That said, we're excited about the future and our plans to expand beyond these counties. If your camp is located outside the North Bay, we encourage you to use our  Add a Listing  form to submit your details. We'll add you to our list, and you'll be among the first to know as soon as we broaden our service area. Your interest is a driving force behind our growth, and we look forward to potentially working with you in the future!

How does Enrichment.kids make money? 

We list all camps in our operating area  for free on our directory. We encourage all camps to claim and manage their listings for free, too. That helps parents, and it helps us, too. 

Some of those camp use our easy-to-use registration platform to process registrations for their camps. When that happens, we charge transaction fees at the time of purchase — including a service fee that supports this platform and standard credit card processing fees. More details are available here: 
Enrichment.kids Pricing

Who is Enrichment.kids? 

Enrichment.kids is founded by a husband & wife team from Petaluma, CA. That’s a photo of our kids on the home page. Our son likes nature camps and our daughter says she wants to play softball. We've both worked in tech for many years, and we've both suffered through scheduling our kids for summer camps and activities every year, and we thought we could build a tool that helped parents and providers alike.