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Children & Teens

Your Omega experience is even greater when it's shared by the whole family. We encourage you to bring your children and teens along. We believe it's never too soon to kindle a passion for lifelong learning, inspired living, community, and sustainability.

To ensure age-appropriate learning for all, we require children ages 4–12 to be enrolled in our Children's Program or supervised by a babysitter.* We also offer a limited number of workshops for teens. With a place for everyone, each member of the family will have unique stories and experiences to share not only when you come together for meals and quality time outside of workshop hours, but long after you return home. Please note that the Children's Program will be available starting May 29, 2015.

For an Omega experience specifically designed for families, please see Family Week.

*See special criteria for children during Family Week.

Children & Teens Accommodations

At Omega, children stay in accommodations with their parents. If notified in advance, we can provide cribs or cots. Dorms are unavailable to parents with children, except during Family Week.

Fees listed below are for a child's accommodations if they attend with two adults. For single-parent rates and availability, please call 877.944.2002. Children under age 4 stay at no cost. 

Price Per Child 2-night 3-night 5-night 7-night
Children's Program* 80 120 200 280
A or B Housing (w/2 adults) 178 231 265 371
Tent Cabin (w/2 adults) 96 124 140 196
Camping 96 124 140 196
Commuter/Facility Fee 36 47 55 77

 *You must pre-register for the Children's Program. The Children's Program does not include accommodations. $40 Per night

What People are Saying About Bringing Children & Teens to Omega

"I loved taking the time out for myself knowing that the rest of my family was happy and having a great experience, too."

"It was great to have the family there together. The Children's Program was a big hit!"

"Our family of four had the chance to unplug from our everyday lives—no phones, no internet, no TV, no radio, no newspapers, no neighbors—and just hang out together."