Picture from Camp 2018: Harry Potter
$175 per camper. Price will pay for lodging, crafts, camp t-shirt, and field trips. Sertoma is proud to support the Deaf Camp by subsiding $225 of the $400 actual cost per camper.
In order to reserve your child’s spot at our camp, please fill out the registration form. After you fill out this registration form online, please print out this health form and send it in along with your payment. A $100 down payment is due with registration and will secure your child’s spot at camp. The remaining balance of $75 should be paid by May 31, 2018. After May 31st the cost will go up $25. $150 for each additional sibling.
**Please note that after payment is made, it is non-refundable.
Campers will arrive Sunday afternoon (July 14th, 2019) with registration beginning at 2:00 pm. On Friday, July 19th, camp awards will be held at 1:00 PM. Lunch will be served at noon with families invited. Please attend the awards ceremony, as you will learn about what your child did during camp all week and special awards will be given.
You may fill out a registration for Campers here.
Send registration fee as soon as possible. Space is limited, and reservations are made on a first-come first served basis.
Financial Aid Applications
Sertoma will accept first 60 paid campers. If camp is not full, Sertoma will review applicants needing financial assistance. For an application e-mail Janice Eaton or call/text 816.262.6094 for questions. Maximum financial aid awarded per camper is $75. You will receive a confirmation email when the application is received.
For scholarship opportunities, please head on over to our scholarships page.
Supervised activities consist of: swimming, horseback riding, archery, waterslides, fishing, camp outs, crafts, skits, and canoeing (Some activities may not be available due to weather or other unfortunate circumstances).
What to bring
Swimming Suit, Bedding (sleeping bag/bed sheets), pillow, towels & washcloths, shorts, t-shirts, suntan lotion at least (30 SPF), personal hygiene items, combs & brush, jacket/sweatshirt, and flashlights. More information will be sent to campers in June.
While campers may bring cell phones with them for the trip, they will be required to turn them into their counselor for the duration of camp. Directors have recommended the campers to leave electronics and phones at home so that they can enjoy camp.