Classes that campers can attend include trapeze, juggling, improvisation, tightrope, gymnastics, acting/drama, unicycle, stilt walking, (in some sessions) clown philosophy, art, and magic. Campers are given total freedom as to which classes they want to attend on a daily basis.
The camp has ties to individuals and organizations from the founder's counter-culture background. Danny Rifkin, a former co-manager of the Grateful Dead, has served on the camp's board and the camp has received funding from The Bill Graham Foundation.
The main camp is for children ages 7-14, and runs for 1 week in the "A" session and 2 weeks in sessions "B" through "E". Camp Winnarainbow also runs a program for adults who have "forgotten how to lighten up and let loose," and a program for teenagers ages 15-17.
- Compassion comes easy to this clown
- Miller, Timothy (1999). The 60s Communes: Hippies and Beyond. Syracuse University Press. p. 229. ISBN 978-0-8156-0601-7.
- Mendocino County
- Bill Graham Foundation recipients
- Camp Grown-Up
- Dychtwald, Maddy (2003). Cycles: How We Will Live, Work, and Buy. Free Press. p. 142. ISBN 978-0-7432-2614-1.