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Day Camp

Day Camps offer packed days full of fun activities. We encourage kids to try new things, engaging in a variety of physical activities, games, crafts, and sciences, all in an outdoor setting.

Each week of day camp has a theme and will feature themed activities. Check the Dates & Rates page for the themes for each week.

Day Camp Activities include (not limited to):

  • Casual Team Sports - volleyball, soccer, kickball, etc.

  • Arts & Crafts

  • Science

  • Outdoor Cooking

  • Archery (4th Grade+)

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Additional Assistance

We can support youth with mild to moderate Special Needs. 

Campers who require one-on-one assistance may attend with a qualified aid or parent who must be present with the camper the entire duration.

Behavior Expectations & Essential Functions


Day Camp ensures an environment of inclusiveness for kids with a wide variety of abilities and support needs. Our staff work with parents and campers to support them before and during camp.

In order to participate in a day camp program a child must:

  • Be able to meet his or her own personal care needs with (if needed) some assistance or reminders

  • Be able to control his or her own actions most of the time, to follow instructions from adults, and to interact safely and cooperatively with peers.

 

We are not staffed to support campers who are unable to control violent or disruptive behavior, or who need significant help with toileting, bathing, or dressing.

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Packing List

Send your camper to camp prepared for a full day.

What to bring:

Backpack       Sweatshirt       Hat       Sunscreen       Sunglasses       Water Bottle       Sack Lunch           

2 Masks (must fully cover nose and mouth, please no bandanas or neck gaiters)

Closed toe & heel shoes (please, no sandals)

Change of clothes

We will have extra masks available.

We will be providing snacks and outdoor cooking, but to ensure your camper always has food they prefer to eat, we ask that you send a sack lunch with your camper every day.

Checklist

Check in/out

Check in and check out will be at the same location each day. Please be patient on the first day of camp as everyone learns the process.

Transportation

Transportation to and from the camp location is the responsibility of the Parent/Guardian of the camper.

Drop off/PickupYour camper is required to be signed in and out by an authorized adult each day. Expect your ID to be checked.

You will be asked to provide the names and phone numbers of any adults you are authorizing to pick up your camper. 

Masks: will be required by all participants, both campers and staff. Masks must fully cover nose and mouth. Single use masks will be available for anyone who needs one.

Temperature Checks: All participants will have their temperature checked prior to being allowed to be checked in every day. Anyone with a fever will be asked to return home for the day.

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COVID-19 Policies

COVID-19 is a very real and potentially harmful virus that spreads easily from person to person.  It is the responsibility of the community at large to minimize the spread of the virus to protect the most vulnerable and to reduce stress on our health care systems.

While we understand that the virus may not be under control by summer 2022, we will be operating with more data, information about the virus, and clear operational guidelines. We will be relying on guidelines from the American Camp Association and Washington State, to keep our community healthy.

COVID Safety Policies: We will be implementing COVID safety procedures determined by Washington State guidelines and recommendations from the American Camp Association and CDC. Known protocols will include health screening, temperature checks, and frequent cleaning. 

Campers will NOT be required to show proof of vaccination in order to attend.  We will provide each camper family with take home COVID rapid tests to be used the first day of camp. 

Per Washington State guidelines, all STAFF must either:

  • Be fully vaccinated when camp begins, OR

  • Show proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 3 days before camp, and quarantine between the test and the start of camp. Home Rapid test results are not accepted.

All of our staff, and all eligible campers, are highly encouraged to get vaccinated as soon as possible.

 

Staff who are fully vaccinated (at least 2 weeks after the second dose for Pfizer or Moderna, or 2 weeks after the single shot of J&J) will not need to have COVID test before arriving at camp.