2015 Camp Dates

  • Oregon: June 21 – 27
  • Washington: August 9 – 15


  • $550.00 for the first child, $525 for each sibling.

Age Limitations

  • Camp is open to children ages 8 – 17 years old.
  • Campers attending the Oregon camp must be 8 years of age prior to June 21, 2015
  • Campers attending the Washington camp must 8 years of age prior to August 9, 2015
  • Older teen campers are welcomed into our Leadership Track program where they will be Leaders in Training (LTs).

Camper Registration

  • All camp session bunks are filled. You may add your camper to our waiting list here. Wait list spots are given out on a first come, first served basis.
  • Apply for financial aid here.

Staff Applications

  • Oregon staff arrive on Saturday, June 20, and leave on Sunday, June 28.
  • Washington staff arrive on Saturday, August 8, and leave on Sunday, August 15.
  • Staff application form is here.


5 Responses to Registration

  1. Sarah says:

    Man, I really want to go to this camp but I’m a couple years too old. Are there any counselors positions available for older kids who have never been to the camp?

    • Chuck Wolber says:

      Hi Sarah,

      Yes, there are usually positions available. We will post the staff application link on January 1, 2013. Be sure to join the volunteer list (click on the “Get Involved!” link above) where we will post reminders and updates as we get closer.


  2. Dana Kozuback says:

    I just read about this camp on Yahoo and I HAVE to find a way to send my oldest daughter! She has been teased by classmates who tell her that she is going to be tortured in hell. My poor girl has resorted to lying and pretending to believe in god to be accepted. We live in Az, so tuition + airfare would be near impossible for us but it warms my heart to know that there is a camp like this!

    • Chuck Wolber says:

      Hi Dana,

      Good news! There is a Camp Quest starting up in Arizona. Their camp dates are June 16-22, 2013. Check out Camp Quest for more information. I hope that helps :)


  3. Lori says:

    I am elated to have found this camp. My atheist kid would really benefit from meeting some other likeminded children, not to mention the critical thinking skills and skepticism that a camp like this can reinforce. Cannot WAIT until my daughter is old enough. She turns 7 this August so maybe next year.

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