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 Try new things, make friends, and have fun! 

endless possibilities

Every day at Camp Korey is filled with adventure.

The moment kids set foot on campus, barriers are removed and the fun begins! From hitting their first bullseye in archery to expressing themselves with new creations in arts and crafts, the possibilities are endless.

With year-round programming, from family weekends in the spring and fall to five-day summer camp sessions in the summer, and family adventures out in the community – there are many opportunities to experience the joy of camp!

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During the spring and fall, Camp Korey hosts four to six three-day weekend programs that give campers and their families the opportunity to enjoy the respite, recreation, and togetherness of camp.

Aside from the fun, our Family Camp programs are also designed to build relationships with and receive support from other families who understand what it means to raise children with serious health challenges.  

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From June through August, Camp Korey hosts eight sessions of five-day, condition-specific camps for children ages 7 to 17. Campers spend their week living in cabins alongside other kids navigating similar medical journeys.

Parents and caregivers can drop off their children knowing that theyll experience a lifechanging week filled with safe, adaptive, and intentional programming created with their camper in mind 

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Each year we offer unique day adventures and activities for all ages to connect and try new things.

Have you ever wanted to cruise the bases at a baseball game or ice skate for the first time with a new friend? Or, explore the wonders of Zoo Lights or hit the slopes at an adaptive ski day adventure?

We can’t wait to see you there!

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Building Leaders Out of Camp Korey (BLOCK) is a leadership development program created for campers ages 15 to 17 that provides opportunities to learn concepts and skills to serve their communities.

Up to four BLOCK members can attend each summer camp session but must choose a session that is not their primary diagnosis group. 

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A community partnership that brings camp staff to kids in the hospital or medical-based setting to facilitate crafts and activities.

We also create activity boxes and other resources and gift them to our partner organizations Seattle Children’s Hospital and Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital in WA State, and Randall Children’s Hospital in Portland, OR.

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