REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
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There are two easy ways to register for camp! Either download and fill out the necessary forms and mail them to the camp office, or call 509 777 9622 and our friendly customer service representatives will help you to register.
Send completed forms to:
YMCA Camp Reed
1126 N Monroe
Spokane, WA 99201
Health History Form *Please see Allergy and Food Service info below*
2017 Parent Handbook coming soon!
OPEN HOUSE: Visit camp, take a tour and meet some of the amazing staff that make possible the best summers around! The 2017 Open House is scheduled for Saturday, May 20 at 1pm. Please RSVP: www.ymcaspokane.org/openhouse
REGISTRATION & FINAL PAYMENT: Registration to camp is initiated through payment of a non-refundable deposit that secures your child’s spot at camp. Final payment must be received on or before June 1. If a payment plan has not been arranged with the Administrative Coordinator, registration may be suspended and your camper placed on a waiting list for their chosen session if there is a balance owing after June 1. You may pay by check, Visa, MasterCard or Discover cards. If paying by check, please include camper’s name on check and designate what portion is for store money.
Change in plans: We understand that circumstances can change and so we have established policies for transfers, cancellations and refunds.
Transfers: Transfers may be made at no charge and are based upon availability.
Cancellations: If we are given more than one week (7 full calendar days) notice prior to session start, we may refund your fee, less the non-refundable deposit. If a camper must leave camp during the session due to medical reasons/illness reimbursement may be available (fee, less deposit & pro-rata daily rate).
Visit us on Dec. 19, 2016 for Open Enrollment for 2017 summer camps. Please call us for a Camp Goodtimes registration packet, 509 777 9622.
Dates of the camp will be July 10- July 14 (Mon-Fri)
*NEW POLICY - Effective 2015*
Last year we introduced a ONE CARE PACKAGE PER CAMPER policy at Camp. The impetus behind this change has been the unhealthy side effects associated with the voluminous number of packages that arrive at camp daily. Distribution and management of care packages has become an issue. In addition, care packages can negatively affect cabin dynamics and be unhealthy for campers with allergies and special needs. Please do not send nut products or anything that may cause allergy issues for other campers. Multiple letters are allowed.
*ALLERGIES & FOOD SERVICE
When you fill out participant’s Health History form, please describe in detail any allergies
to medications, food, environmental, etc., including description of severity, typical reaction, preferred response and whether allergy is from airborne / ingested / or through contact.
If your child has a severe allergy, please inform the camp nurse upon arrival. Please be as detailed as possible concerning your child’s allergy.
Food Allergies: Each day of camp, our staff prepares close to 1000 food servings. Through information provided to us we attempt to identify and reduce the use of ingredients that may cause allergic reactions for those with food allergies, however, there is always a risk of contamination.YMCA Camp Reed is a peanut-free facility, however, despite care on our part, there is the possibility that manufacturers of the commercial foods we use could change the formulation at any time, without notice. Care packages brought or sent from home may contain items that could cause allergic reactions. Families of campers concerned with food allergies need to be aware of this risk. Camp Reed does not assume any liability for adverse reactions to foods, or items a camper may encounter during their stay at Camp Reed. Please contact the camp office with specific questions or concerns.