Dear Camp Families
My heart is heavy as I have some unfortunate news to share with you today. I received a call from Clallam County Parks Friday, May 28th informing me that although Clallam County is moving into phase 2, WA state has continued their restrictions on over night camping. Camp David falls into this category and cannot be open for use until all of WA state is at phase 2. The county does not anticipate this happening until late August, or more likely September.
Our hearts broke with this news as we have been preparing multiple new plans and procedures to keep your campers safe during their time with us. I will be sending out automatic refunds to all families Monday, June 1st.
I sincerely thank you for your patience in this matter and more so thank you for having hope with us during this time. We will have to hold onto memories of camp for just one summer and look forward to it even more next year. Sing those camp songs, tell the stories, dance all night and heck… maybe even bust out a roll of TP and have some fun one night 😊 Our entire staff wishes you all the best summer can offer and is eagerly waiting to see you next season.
*If your camper is 14 and this would have been their last year, please give them an extra hug from us. My promise is to make their CIT experience extra special next summer! They will not be forgotten, and we will be sure to reach out to all of them next spring.
*2021 camp registration will take place April 1st of 2021. You all participated in the rapid overwhelming process this year and were able to get a space! Because of the current unfortunate situation, we want to ensure you all get a space next year as well. I will be sending out the link to all 2020 camp families March 31st, 2021. This gives you an entire day head start! We should be back to our regular numbers, so do not take this lightly, it will still fill FAST! We wanted to make this year up to you some how and this seems to be a fit way to try.
Thank you all again for being part of our camp family, we all love this program and all it does for the community and campers each year. July just simply will not be the same.
Take care everyone, and remember ….. “you can leave camp, but camp never leaves you”
Till next year,
C&C Camp Director
C&C KIDS Camp is a camp program hosted at Camp David Jr. Located on beautiful Lake Crescent in the shadows of the Olympic Mountains, Camp David Jr offers a truly unique experience. Throughout the week, campers will enjoy the outdoors, learn new skills, and discover talents. They’ll be encouraged to push their comfort zones, meet new and potentially life-long friends, and try things they’d never thought of trying. But above all, they’re going to have fun.
Our mission is to provide lifelong memories for campers and provide them with outdoor experiences that increase social and emotional growth and physical health. We hope that campers can become lifelong nature lovers as well as grasping the concept of having fun without technology, embracing face to face social interaction
Camp David Jr. in Clallam County is a unique environment. The facilities include a beautiful main lodge with historical elk horn chandeliers and paintings and a large fireplace. There are nine sleeping cabins, 2 docks and a swimming area with 3 roped areas. There is a fishing dock, canoe/boat launch, and 2 large grass playfields. Free from screens and wifi, campers will be submerged in nature and outdoor elements.
Surrounded by history and nature they will have activities such as plant and animal identification, archery, fishing, hiking, swimming, canoeing, woodworking, outdoor survival, habitat restoration, outdoor cooking, pottery, music, drama, martial arts, yoga, low ropes/challenge courses and more.
Campers will have the experience of nature by sleeping in cabins where they form friendships and develop leadership amongst their peers.
C&C KIDS Camp has been operating a two-week camp for three years. We have expanded our program this year and are offering three weeks with programs ranging for ages 7-14.
We feel that our volunteer-based program is the root of our success. Our volunteers were almost all campers themselves. Success to us is seeing young campers learning about nature, learning new outdoor activities and learning to
love the outdoors. Our goal is that campers will encourage their families to also love nature and be involved in the outdoors more after their time with us at camp. Campers grow into counselors that strive to provide memories and experiences for younger campers within the program. Approximately 90% of our staff all attended camp themselves as children. Campers turn into adults that have a new
appreciation for the outdoors and everything it has to offer. Campers learn how to socialize and communicate with each other without a screen. Camp is a tech free zone, campers enter camp often struggling to communicate with one another. They are often shy and isolate themselves. After a couple days we see them reach out of their comfort zones, talking and laughing with each other. We see them try new things, activities that they may have never attempted before. Embracing the beauty of silliness and laughter, common traits and new ones too! It becomes a beautiful mixture of camp family that each camper takes home with them.
Regular Camp for 9-14yrs is $205 with a registration fee of $125 per camper per session (the remaining $80 will be emailed by private link in June 1st). Mini camp programs are $105.00 for kids 7-9yrs. We do offer camperships and payment options for families that cannot afford to attend.
Campers that are applying for a campership must write a letter to the board of directors about why they want to attend camp and or what camp means to them. Parents/Caregivers please include a paragraph briefly explaining your financial restraints and request. Letters can be mailed to
C&C KIDS at 507 N.
Liberty, Pt. Angeles, WA 98362