Summer Camp Resources
On this page you will find:
- Tuition rates
- Camp Schedule
- Camp Calendar of Events
- Registration link
- Enrollment forms
- Handbook link
- Helpful links
Registration fee: $75/ child
(includes a camp T-shirt and water bottle)
||Weekly Rate (*all inclusive)
|Full-Time (5 days/wk)
|Part-Time (4 days/wk)
|Part-Time (3 days/wk)
|Part-Time (2 days/wk)
|Add a day
Early registration fee (before February 1st ): $45
Do you have more than one camper? There is a 10% discount off of our full-time weekly tuition rate of $235 Siblings refer to immediate family only.
*Weekly Tuition includes: before and aftercare, weekly activities, crafts, field trips, healthy snacks,and MAKERSPACES *
Camp shirts: Camp shirts must be worn every day your child attends camp. We do recommend purchasing more then one shirt. Additional shirts may be purchased for $10 each.
Camp Daily Schedule
Camp calendar of events printable
Lessons & Activities
- Cultural Dance
If you are a returning student please contact your drop off location office to update your enrollment forms.
Space is limited so register today
- Medical care at camp is detailed in the parent’s handbook.
- All of Camp Wild-Life staff is first-aid and CPR certified.
- Incident reports (parent notification of injury, illness, incident): Camp Wild-Life staff are trained to fill out detailed incident reports that are signed by an administrator before given to the parent at the end of day. Parent’s are asked to review and sign the report for their campers file. A copy is given to the parent upon request. Parent’s are notified immediately of their campers injury or illness if it warrant’s a doctor’s visit.
- Emergency Pick up locations: Liberty Park location- Liberty Park Tennis courts, Sugarhouse location-Stratford Park, Murray location- Murray Park Playground
- Emergency communication:
End of Summer Splash!
St. John’s CCDC and Camp Wild-Life throws an end of the summer party for everyone to attend. “The Summer Splash” is held on the last Friday of Camp Wild-Life, from 6-8 pm. It is our way of saying thank you to all our campers and their families. You will enjoy food trucks, snow cones, bouncy water slides, and live entertainment.
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