Camp Information

  • Because of large community interest, we have decided to add a few more spaces into the morning and afternoon camps. Please email Natalie (natalie@thurstoncountyinclusion.org) to send you the registration forms. 

  • Update as of 7/15/2021: Both of our camp sessions are full. Please join our mailing list to find out about Thurston County Inclusion programming in the future. Thank you for your interest!

  • Update as of 6/22/2021: The morning session of our summer camp is full. Please contact us if you want to be added to the waitlist or you are welcome to participate in the afternoon. We are changing the suggested age group for the afternoon session to ages 10 to 21. This is fairly flexible if you think that your child would enjoy being in the afternoon session. 

  • Our participants are people ages 5 to 21 with and without disabilities. We are currently registering people for our 2021 summer camp! Our summer camp is every Friday from July 9th to August 20th. We will have limited capacity, so we will accept on a first-come-first serve basis and have a wait-list.

  • We will have two sessions.

    • 9 to 11 AM for ages 5 to 12 

    • 12 to 2 PM for ages 13 to 21

  • This summer camp is FREE to all participants!

  • Please sign to volunteer by Friday, June 11th! 

  • COVID Information: We will be following the CDC guidelines for summer camps. We are waiting on updates and plan to inform everyone on our policies no later than 1 week prior to camp. If you have any concerns regarding COVID-19 safety at our summer camp, please contact us.

June 25th: Let's Learn      /     TBD
For volunteers only: This is our Volunteer Training day where we will teach volunteers about their roles during camp, about the disability experience and
how to be allies and advocates.

July 9th: Let's Begin       /     Rainier Vista Park
During our first camp session, we will help all of our participants to get
acquainted, have some free time to play Jenga, with chalk, and draw
on shirts, etc and end with some active activities such as Capture the
Flag.

July 16th: Let's Experiment         /     Rainier Vista Park
Today is our science day where we will safely be preforming a number
of science experiments (including an exploding volcano), learning
about science terms, and getting our hands dirty in some slime.

July 23th: Let's Play           /     Rainier Vista Park

Today is game day. We will have a variety of games such as team
bowling, Giant volleyball and checkers, and a relay race.

July 30th: Let's Run          /     Rainier Vista Park
One of the favorite events of the summer is Sports Day where we will
bring in some sports teams to conduct drills, such as soccer, jazzercise,
and basketball.

August 6th: Let's Serve        /      Olympia High School Freedom Farm
We will be visiting a Farm and learning about nature as well as getting
our hands dirty helping harvest some food.

August 13th: Let's Create       /    Rainier Vista Park
Today we will let our minds go free and create some artwork using some fun materials, like clay, paint and markers.

August 20th: Let's Shine         /      Rainier Vista Park
This is our final group activity and we will have an end of summer
celebration that includes water balloons, hula hooping and games.

August 27th: Let's Be Friends
The goal of our summer camp is to support relationships developing
between our participants. During this week, we will give gift cards for our participants to go and hang out together at some local businesses.

We hope to see you there!