We can’t wait to see you this summer!
Camper + Family Sessions
June 25-29, General Conditions
August 13-17, General Conditions
Camper + BLOCK Sessions
July 2-6, Turner Syndrome, Craniofacial Conditions, General
July 9-13, Neurologic Conditions, Metabolic and Genetic Disorders
July 16-20, Skeletal Dysplasia, Metabolic Bone Disorders
July 23-27, Solid Organ Transplant, Congenital Heart Defects, General
July 30-August 3, Reconstructive Pelvic Medicine, Differences in Sex Development, General
August 6-10, Sickle Cell, Blood Disorders, Bone Marrow Transplant
*Up to 4 BLOCK Leaders can apply for each Camper + BLOCK session – be sure to pick a week that is not your primary diagnosis.
Applying for a program at Camp Korey does not ensure enrollment. All applications will first be reviewed by our Admissions Team to determine eligibility. Family eligibility for our Residential Summer Camp requires that the primary camper must:
- Be between the ages of 7 to 17 years old and have an eligible diagnosis or condition being served during the program.
- Have a legal guardian or caregiver accompany them for the entire program
- Bring the entire family! (up to 6 immediate family members) Most of our programming is designed for children ages 7-17. For families with children under 7 years old, please reach out to our Admissions Team to chat about what your experience may look like. 🙂
As always, all our programs with Camp Korey are at no cost to the family. To register, or ask a question about our programs, please reach out to our Admissions Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-416-4113.
Camp Korey uses the software “CampSite” to make the application process easier for campers and families. (For questions about CampSite’s privacy and security, please visit this link.) All necessary forms and information can be accessed and edited by creating an account for your family.
Click here to access CampSite:
Safety First! Camp Korey’s COVID-19 Commitment
As of June 1, 2022, Camp Korey is requiring the COVID-19 vaccine series for all overnight programming. The safety of our camper community is our #1 priority. Keeping Camp Korey safe will require your commitment to our safety measures. This may include wearing your mask, social distancing, participating in proactive health screenings, and following our sanitization/cleaning protocols before, during, and after each program. Please be aware that camp offerings are contingent on several factors and camp programming could be cancelled at any time.
Thank you Krispy Kreme for supporting a sweet summer of fun for campers!