Frequently Asked Questions
If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to reach out. Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently we accept most major credit/debit cards for payment: Visa, Master Card, and American Express.
We also accept: Venmo, Cash App, and Paypal.
Monthly Payment plans are available for all programs; your first payment will include the deposit for the program you are registering for. Monthly payments must be setup during registration and is only available with credit card/debit payments.
A $100 Deposit is due at the time of registration, payment in full is due two weeks prior to the start of the program.
Unfortunately, we are unable to offer Financial Aid at this time. If you qualify for DSHS funds, we will do our best to work with your case worker. We can offer custom payment plans to fit your budget. Contact us to discuss options, email@example.com
Transportation from/to West Seattle/White Center to camp is available for an additional fee. This add-on option can be added to any day camp registration up to 2 weeks before the scheduled camp start date. Transportation fee is fully refundable up to 2 weeks prior to camp start date.
Cancellation and Refunds
After May 1st, the deposit is nonrefundable but is transferable to another session or to siblings that are attending a 1UP Recreation program in the same year. All but the $100 deposit is refundable with written notification until July 1st. Written notification of cancellation is required. The only exception is an unexpected medical condition or illness for the youth, in which case a full refund or transfer to another session will be made with written notification along with a written medical explanation from a physician. No discounts will be given for partial session attendance, except as advertised.
Food Allergies & Special Diets
When we offer cooking/food to participants, we will provide alternative food and drink options for those who have allergies or special diets. Please make sure you include this information in the participants health form. Participants are encouraged to bring their own snacks, to ensure they have something they like to eat. We will have a variety of options for lunch and snack, and will work with you if you have a picky eater.
8:45 - 9:15 am Camper Drop Off
9:15 am Morning Assembly
9:45 am Group time, activity planning, group games
10:30 am Activity 1
11:30 am Activity 2
12:30 pm Lunch/Reading/Quiet Games
1:30 pm Activity 3
2:30 pm Activity 4
3:30 pm Clean-up/Pack-up group sites
3:45 pm Closing Assembly
4:00 pm Camper Pick-up
Lost & Found
Please label all of your participants belongings with their first and last name. We will contact you if we find your participant(s) leave labeled items behind. All lost & found will remain with the day camp equipment during the summer, you are welcome to stop by during any session to check for your lost items.
Additional Individual Assistance/Needs
Participants who have an IEP or requires one-on-one assistance please contact us before registering. 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.
Participants may attend with a one-on-one aid that the family provides.
All our staff must undergo extensive training and background checks. Every staff member has a current First Aid/CPR certification.
Check in & out
Your 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.
Injury or Illness
In case of illness, camp staff will contact you to pick up your camper, with the expectation that you will pick them up in a timely manner.
Minor injuries will be dealt with onsite, following any parent/guardian directions listed on the medical release form. You will be informed prior to administration of any advanced medical assistance.
In the case of a life-threatening situation, emergency medical services will be notified before parents or guardians.
Our policy surrounding COVID-19 precautions for day camp will be finalized at the beginning of June. All Staff will either show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test prior to participation.
What to bring each day
Closed toe & heel shoes (please, no sandals)
Change of clothes
We will have masks available for any participant that has cold like symptoms or is sensitive to environmental conditions (such as smoke).
We will be providing lunch, snacks and outdoor cooking, but to ensure your camper always has food they prefer to eat, we ask that you send a snack that they enjoy with your camper every day.