Sly Park Conservation & Environmental Education Center
Kris Pamintuan, Director
Shannon Clark, Outdoor Education Support Specialist
Sly Park Conservation and Environmental Education Center is a residential environmental education school in the Eldorado National Forest, operated by the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE). Located in the Sierra Nevada mountains at an elevation of 3,500 feet, Sly Park lies approximately fifty miles east of Sacramento off Highway 50.
Sly Park is a unique learning environment where the classroom is outdoors. Students actively engage in field studies, learning about the forest ecosystem, and the importance of conservation to our future.
Since it was leased by SCOE from the U.S. Forest Service in 1970, more than 150,000 sixth-grade students from Sacramento and surrounding counties have attended the Sly Park facility as a special part of their elementary education. High school students can also participate as volunteer Cabin Leaders each week. Most of the school districts in Sacramento County participate in the Sly Park program, as well as many districts in surrounding counties.
Publications and Materials
Handbook for Parents of Students Attending Sly Park
Information for parents of students attending Sly Park Center, including Health/Emergency Information form.
Guia para los Padres de Alumnos quienes Atenderan Sly Park
Information para los padres de alumnos quienes atenderan Sly Park, incluido Tarjeta de Información de Salud/Emergencia.
Visit the Sly Park website for a list of business partners.
Sly Park Conservation & Environmental Education Center last updated this entry 2/10/2015.