©Photo by Niseko Adventure Centre

Niseko Adventure Centre’s Summer Kids Day Camps

Outdoor Adventures In Niseko’s Nature

Keen to get the kids away from their digital life and into nature?

From the lofty heights of tree trekking in the pine trees of the Niseko Adventure Centre (NAC)’s Adventure Park, to rafting the river rapids around Mt Yotei, the NAC Summer Kids Day Camps are three days of outdoor adventures in Niseko’s nature.

About The NAC Summer Kids Day Camps

About The Niseko Summer Kids Day Camps© Photo by Niseko Adventure Centre

The main objective of these day camps, apart from using up your child’s energy during the day for better rest, is to get them out into nature. These days, many children are brought up in city environments with little access or experience in the outdoors. These day camps give the kids a chance to get out amongst nature! They’ll learn of the fun that can be had outdoors, some of the precautions necessary for safe adventures and hopefully an appreciation of nature that can connect into adulthood and lead to a better preservation of our natural resources.

Daily Adventures Include:

  • Rafting (8-10 crew rafts on Grade 2-3 rapids)
  • SUP or stand-up paddleboard (big inflated surfboards you stand and paddle on)
  • Sit-on kayaking (kayaks you sit on top of instead of inside that are hard to flip and great for everyone)
  • Adventure park tree trekking (both low courses 2~2.5m and high courses 5~12m catering to the height-challenged and the highest challengers)
  • Hiking
  • Rock climbing

Day plans will change according to weather and water levels. 

All adventures are done with NAC’s own certified and experienced guides.

The 2024 Summer Day Camp Schedule

The 2024 Summer Day Camp Schedule© Photo by Niseko Adventure Centre

These day camps will span three days from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. daily. As these are day camps, children will be returned to their parents at the end of each day.

Scheduled Dates for 2024:

  1. June 7 (Fri) – June 9 (Sun)
  2. June 14 (Fri) – June 16 (Sun) 
  3. June 21 (Fri) – June 23 (Sun)
  4. June 28 (Fri) – June 30 (Sun)
  5. July 5 (Fri) – July 7 (Sun)
  6. July 12 (Fri) – July 14 (Sun)
  7. July 16 (Tue) – July 18 (Thu)
  8. July 19 (Fri) – July 21 (Sun)
  9. July 23 (Tue) – July 25 (Thu)
  10. July 26 (Fri) – July 28 (Sun)
  11. August 2 (Fri) – August 4 (Sun) 
  12. August 6 (Tue) – August 8 (Thu)
  13. August 9 (Fri) – August 11 (Sun)
  14. August 13 (Tue) – August 15 (Thu)
  15. August 16 (Fri) – August 18 (Sun)
  • Children aged 6 to 12 can join all scheduled dates from 1.~15. 
  • Children aged 13 to 15 must join a scheduled date between 12.~15.

Each day includes a break for lunch at Jojo’s Cafe. Children with food allergies will need to bring their own lunches.


  • Scheduled dates between 1.~11.: ¥39,000 per child.
  • Scheduled dates between 12.~15.: ¥43,000 (6–12 years old); ¥46,000 (13–15 years old).

(Prices include tax, accident insurance, lunch and equipment rental.)

For more information about the 2024 NAC Kids Day Camps see here. To book a date for 2024 visit the booking page here.

Niseko Adventure Centre’s Private Summer Day Camps

Private Day Camps© Photo by Niseko Adventure Centre

The NAC kids camps are also available on a private per-day basis. These private camps, organized over one to several days, can be held on any date for one child or a whole group. The activity menu will vary for several-day private adventure camps and offer different adventures on different days.


  • For 1-4 children per day: ¥75,000
  • Extra child: ¥20,000 per child/day

This price includes pick up and drop off service and lunches.

Niseko in Summer

Niseko Summer© Photo by iStock: anahtiris

Niseko is a world-renowned ski destination. But what is their summer like? Weather-wise, Niseko has no wet season, so it’s drier and not as humid as other parts of Japan. From about June onwards locals are seen in shorts and T-shirts.

There is always something to do in Niseko. Apart from all the Niseko Adventure Centre activities, Niseko has several golf courses, various onsen, mountain bike trails and everything from passive hiking around mountain lakes to climbing one of Japan’s top 100 mountains, Mt Yotei.

Niseko is also a very central location to stay. Head north to go around the scenic Shakotan Peninsula or toward the winery area of Nikki and Yoichi and on to Otaru. To the south is Lake Toya and Lake Shikotsu, then to the west is Sapporo. All within a couple of hours’ drive.

From Michelin-star cuisine to humble cafes, there are many great restaurants in the resort area and hidden away in the countryside. Look out for the well-hidden bakeries that are almost impossible to find without a map or navigation.

About Niseko Adventure Centre

About The NAC Summer Kids Day Camps© Photo by Niseko Adventure Centre

Niseko Adventure Centre or NAC founded in 1995 is one of Japan’s foremost adventure suppliers. Based in the middle of Niseko Hirafu Ski Resort, the center has its very own rock climbing wall, restaurant and outdoor shop. NAC also has one of the biggest adventure parks in Japan, with 10 courses and over 130 challenges including ziplines, aerial skateboarding and free falls.

NAC’s Language Support:

  • Japanese
  • English
  • Spanish
  • French
  • Hindu
  • Nepalese

For more information about the Niseko Adventure Centre, visit their official website.

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