Windsor, CA Summer Camps

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Redwood Adventure Camp
P.O. Box 9447, Santa Rosa, CA 95405  
Hiking, Crafts, Nature, Swimming, Archery
Cyo Camp And Retreat Center
Occidental, CA 95465  
Season: Year-round.;Archery, Canoeing, Counselor Training
Cloverleaf Ranch
Santa Rosa, CA 95403  
Aquatic Activities, Archery, Baseball/Softball, Basketball
Sonoma County Ymca Olivet Sports
Santa Rosa, CA 95404  
Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Basketball
Sonoma County Ymca Piner
Santa Rosa, CA 95404  
Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts

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About Windsor, CA

Windsor is an incorporated town in Sonoma County, California, United States. The population was 26,801 as of the 2010 census. Although first settled by European Americans in 1851, Windsor was not incorporated until July 1, 1992. Pony Express Rider, Hiram Lewis, became the town's first postmaster in 1855. He named the town Windsor because it reminded him of the grounds around Windsor Castle. In 1915, the Old Redwood Highway through Windsor was paved. Up until then, all roads in the area had been dirt. During World War II, a United States Army Air Forces air base was built in southern Windsor, and it was typical to hear fighter aircraft and bombers flying over the town. In 1943, a camp for German prisoners-of-war was built 1 mile from downtown. In 1965, the Windsor Volunteer Fire Department was organized, providing fire protection to the local area. Originally operated out of a small garage by an antique shop, using two 1940s-era fire engines, the department grew rapidly. In the early 1970s, the volunteer firefighters built a larger firehouse, by hand, at 444 Windsor Road. This was demoted to Station 2 in 1998 and was replaced in 2009 by a brand-new firehouse. Around that time the equipment roster grew from two pieces of equipment to two engines, a water tender, a rescue squad, and two utility vehicles, filling up...