Dates

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spring-work-partySpring Work Party Weekend
Friday-Sunday April 21-23

All ages welcome
Fee: $45 per person
FULL
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Enjoy springtime in the San Juan Islands and help us get the island and camp ready for summer. Arrive Friday evening for dinner and a relaxed evening. Saturday and Sunday, split the day between work and play. Work inside or outside at a variety of tasks designed for all ages. Tools and gloves are provided. Then take a spin around the island in a kayak or sailboat, swim in the heated pool, play tennis or try your hand at archery. Bring your enthusiasm, your friends, co-workers, family and anyone else who would enjoy a weekend on the island! $45 per person pays for boat transportation round trip to the Orcas Island ferry terminal from Canoe Island and meals from Friday dinner to Sunday lunch.

352358-vdwcfcVictoria Day Weekend Family Camp
Friday-Monday, May 19 – 22
Special Offer: Friday-Sunday, May 19 – 21, tuition: $180

All Ages Welcome
Tuition:
Level A: $250 USD per person, Level B: $275 USD, Level C: $300 USD
Half price for ages 3-5

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In light of the recent gap between the US and Canadian dollars, we have reduced the price of this Family Weekend to better match the status of the Canadian dollar. Please contact us at 360.468.2329 if you have any questions. Relax on Canoe Island with your family while exploring the natural history of the San Juan Islands and experiencing French culture and cuisine. Sailing, kayaking, swimming, tennis, exploring tide pools and campfires. This is a great way for potential campers and parents to learn more about the island and our programs together. Arrive Friday late afternoon or evening; multiple options for Monday departure. Meals will be provided from Friday dinner through Monday lunch.

memorial-dayMemorial Day Weekend Family Camp
Friday-Monday, May 26 – 29
FULL
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All Ages Welcome
Tuition:
Level A: $275 per person, Level B: $303, Level C: $330
Half price for ages 3-5

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Relax on Canoe Island with your family while exploring the natural history of the San Juan Islands and experiencing French culture and cuisine. Sailing, kayaking, swimming, tennis, exploring tide pools and campfires. This is a great way for potential campers and parents to learn more about the island and our programs together. Arrive Friday late afternoon or evening; multiple options for Monday departure. Meals will be provided from Friday dinner through Monday lunch.

labor-dayLabor Day Weekend Family Camp
Friday-Monday, September 1 – 4

All Ages Welcome
Tuition:
Level A: $275 per person, Level B: $303, Level C: $330
Half price for ages 3-5

(multiple fee explanation)

Relax on Canoe Island with your family while exploring the natural history of the San Juan Islands and experiencing French culture and cuisine. Sailing, kayaking, swimming, tennis, exploring tide pools and campfires. This is a great way for potential campers and parents to learn more about the island and our programs together. Arrive Friday late afternoon or evening; multiple options for Monday departure. Meals will be provided from Friday dinner through Monday lunch.

MULTI-LEVEL TUITION STRUCTURE

Our voluntary three-tier tuition structure allows families to pay more than the base level tuition that has traditionally been requested. These additional funds help fund our camp infrastructure projects to insure that our facility continues to support our excellent programs. Your choice of fee level will be treated confidentially. We thank you, in advance, for your registration at whatever tuition level you are comfortable. We do have a financial aid program for academically motivated children who need financial assistance to attend camp.

Level A is our base tuition level, that requires outside funding efforts to cover the direct and indirect costs of operating, maintaining, and upgrading the camp.

Level B is a higher tuition level that covers about 90% of the true costs of operating, maintaining and upgrading the camp including our low camper to staff ratio and the maintenance and up keep of our buildings, boats, equipment and island infrastructure.

Level C is our highest tuition level that covers all of the true costs of operating camp.