Camp C-Woo will run for 10 weeks this summer. Camp will begin June 20 and end August 25. The cost to register for the entire summer has remained the same! You can register for the entire summer beginning April 1. See details below for more important dates and camp information.
IMPORTANT CAMP DATES:
2016 Camp C-Woo Dates: June 20-August 25
Early Bird Registration (for entire summer only) runs from April 1-May 17
Due to our office being closed over the weekend, we have extended our early registration deadline to Tuesday, May 17th.
Weekly Registrations will be taken May 16 (limited space available).
Kids Night In Free events: April 15th, and May 13th from 6:30-8:30 at Court D.
Stick Horse Race at the College Rodeo: April 23rd at 5:30 at Kittitas Fairgrounds
Registration rates for all 10 weeks of camp:
Current CWU Student $1400 (Available April 1-May 17)
Current CWU Alumni Member $1450 (Available April 1-May 17)
(Please note to qualify for this rate you must be a CURRENT member of the CWU Alumni Association)
Non-Student $1500 (April 1-May 17)
Registration for everyone for the entire summer after May 17 $1600
Weekly registration (opens May 16)
Weekly Registration: $200/week, $220 for Field Trip Weeks
Camp C-Woo Group Rate:
Families or organizations with completed registrations of 20+ campers for the duration of 4 or more weeks are eligible for a 10% discount, valid only at the time of registration. Eligibility is contingent upon all of the following conditions:
The account must remain in good standing and staying current with all payment policies. Campers must be registered under one account and/or being paid for by one party.
Please Note: Past registrations cannot be combined to qualify.
For further questions about Camp C-Woo or to determine your registration discount eligibility, please contact Corey Sinclair at email@example.com.
ABOUT CAMP C-WOO:
Camp C-Woo is a recreational and educational program offered by Central Washington University's Recreation Program. The activity based summer camp aids in the sport and educational development of children ages 6-11. Our primary function is to offer a safe environment where kids can have fun, make new friends, create unforgettable memories, and spend their summer with positive role models.
CAMP ACTIVITIES TYPICALLY INCLUDE:
- Physical activities in the Recreation Center and around campus, including the indoor climbing wall
- Arts & crafts
- Learning about character education and improving positive social skills
- Swimming skill development
- Field Trips (ex. Moses Lake Aquatic Center, bike at Lake Easton)
- Learn about health topics, science, nutrition and other academic topics
HOURS OF OPERATION:
The camp operates from 7:00am to 6:00pm, Monday through Friday. Drop off times are between 7:00am to 8:30am and pick up times are from 4:30pm to 6:00pm. We do ask that the kids be present between the times of 8:30am-4:30pm. Kids are to bring their own lunches and snacks.
WHAT TO BRING EACH DAY:
Lunch (refrigerator not available)
Close toed, closed heel athletic shoes (no wheelie shoes)
Sandals (for water activities)
Swimsuit, towel, goggles (Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays as well as field trips)
Backpack or bag to hold and carry items