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Where imagination sparks the spirit, wishes come true, & childhood comes first.

Camp Korey is more than a camp, it’s a place where kids with life-altering medical conditions can “just be kids,” entirely free of charge.

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What We’re All About

Our Purpose

Camp Korey provides empowering, adaptive year-round programs for children and their families living with life-altering medical conditions—free of charge.


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Our Story

Camp Korey is named for Korey Rose, a vivacious teen who lost his battle with bone cancer at age eighteen. His father, Tim Rose, founded Camp Korey in 2005 with his family to honor Korey’s memory and create a safe haven for other families dealing with serious medical conditions.


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Care & Facilities

Set on 200 acres in beautiful Mount Vernon, Washington, Camp Korey offers Northwest nature at its best. World-class medical facilities and staff provide care and support so kids living with serious medical conditions can experience the joy of camp.

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A SeriousFun™ Camp

Since 2012, Camp Korey has been an official member of SeriousFun Children’s Network—a global family of camps founded by the late actor and philanthropist Paul Newman—serving kids in more than 30 locations and 15 countries worldwide.

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I wish that camps like Camp Korey would spread across the USA and the rest of the world, helping all disabled kids. I also wish that I could get an Australian Shepard.



My son really liked meeting someone who has had similar experiences to him but was "big" and he looked up to him.

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