American Camp Association and Bonfante Gardens Host 2005 Camp Day April 30

April 16th Deadline for Discounted Tickets
GILROY, CA and TOMALES, CA — (MARKET WIRE) — 03/23/2005 — Bonfante Gardens Family Theme Park and the American Camp Association (ACA), Northern California Section, are jointly presenting Camp Day at Bonfante Gardens on April 30, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Participants can receive discounted tickets for Bonfante Gardens’ attractions, and enjoy special camp-related games and activities.

Bonfante Gardens features acres of fun and beauty with more than 40 rides and attractions including themed gardens, food concessions, an events plaza and 19 world-famous Circus Trees.

On Camp Day, participants can enjoy special camp-related activities such as crafts, songs and games, and experience other great entertainment. Campers wearing their camp T-shirts will receive a special prize.

To qualify for the discount, tickets must be ordered in advance. Forms are available online at For this event, adults are $21 each (a 35 percent discount); children ages 3 to 6 and seniors over 65 are $18 each (a 20 percent discount). Guests holding BG passes may use them for this event. For more information about tickets, call 408-840-7100.

About Bonfante Gardens Family Theme Park

Bonfante Gardens Family Theme Park combines the beauty of magnificent gardens with the appeal and excitement of a traditional family theme park that bring to life the essence of California agriculture in the mid-20th century. Set among 600 acres of rural countryside in Gilroy, Bonfante Gardens is the brainchild of native Santa Clara Valley resident Michael Bonfante, who sold a successful grocery store chain to realize his dream of creating the theme park. Bonfante Gardens features more than 40 rides and attractions including four gardens, food concessions, an events plaza and 19 world-famous Circus Trees. The park is located at 3050 Hecker Pass Hwy. in Gilroy. For more information, visit or phone 408-840-7100.

About American Camp Association

Founded in 1910, the American Camp Association is the only organization in the United States providing accreditation to all types of camps across the country. ACA accreditation verifies a camp complies with up to 300 individual health and safety and program-quality standards established for living areas, food service, emergency preparedness, program practices, health care, personnel, transportation and administrative procedures. While many good camps are not accredited, ACA accreditation is tangible proof of a camp’s ability to meet or exceed the standards in the industry. For more information about ACA-accredited camps in California, call 415-453-1832 or visit

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