Chula Vista's scenic location between the San Diego Bay and coastal mountain foothills offers unique opportunities for youth to celebrate fall break with outdoor activities during the month of November. 

Tree lighting at the Otay Ranch Town Center 

The lighting of a new Christmas tree with over 17,000 lights will be the centerpiece of an annual evening on Nov. 16 from 5 p.m to 7 p.m,  filled with fun holiday-themed activities, entertainment, Santa's grand arrival and a magical snowfall at the Tree Lighting and Holiday Farmer's Market.

Living Coast Discovery Fall and Winter Wildlife Camps

The Living Coast Discovery Fall Wildlife Camp will begin on Nov. 22 through Nov. 24 with activities planned for youth ages 4 to12 involving nature and animals for campers during upcoming school breaks. Youth may participate in close-up animal encounters with their favorite Living Coast Discovery animal ambassadors, to outdoor games, arts and crafts among other engaging activities to learn about wildlife, conservation and science. 

Fall and Winter registration is required for participation. Camp schedules are available on the Living Coast Discovery website. 

Chula Vista Parks and Recreation

During intermission breaks, the City of Chula Vista Recreation Department offers specialized camps throughout the year when Chula Vista schools are on intersession breaks. Each camp provides programs filled with recreation, adventure, creativity and fun designed for youth.

Now open for registration, Chula Vista Thanksgiving Camps will take place from Nov. 22 to Nov. 24 at select locations.Winter camps are also available for registration.  Further details on for participation can be found on the city's website.

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