Once you complete our enrollment process, you will be all set! At the time of registration, we have several options to choose from like lunch, bus transportation, snack shack, photo package, and merchandise. Please note that all optional purchases must be chosen at the time of enrollment in order for it to be added to your account.
Tuition for 2021 is $310/camper/week. We do not offer sibling discounts at this time. You can either pay your registration fee in full, or you can pay off your balance in monthly increments after your initial 50% deposit. All balances will be collected by May 1, 2021. After May 1, the only payment option is to pay in full.
We will email you the week prior to your camp week with important information about transportation and your camper’s experience. On the Thursday before your camp week your counselor will email you with specific information regarding your account, and to answer any questions you may have.
Refunds & Waitlist
If you choose to withdrawal your child from camp you will receive a full refund less your $50 non-refundable deposit. If we cancel certain sessions due to concerns over Covid-19, you will receive a full refund including your deposit, or have the option to defer your registration to the following season. Our non-refundable deposit covers administrative costs, as well as credit card merchant and processing fees. There are no refunds within one week of the Monday of your camp start date unless we cancel the session.
Once a session hits capacity, a waitlist is automatically generated and available. If you sign up for the waitlist, we will contact you if and when a spot becomes available for your desired session. We highly recommend signing up for the waitlist: it’s free and only takes a minute!
Plan for 2021
We plan to return to our original style of camp in 2021: non-structured activities with counselors at each station. Campers will still check-in and out with their counselor, as well as eat lunch with them, but when the day begins campers will be able to choose the activities in which they want to participate. We also plan to add our bus service to and from Ballard High School for 2021.
However, we do not know what the future holds, and there is a very real possibility we will have guidance and restrictions on our capacities which will alter the structure of camp. Thankfully we have a great back-up plan that we can reimplement with minor tweaks, assuming things will not be more restricted than in 2020!
In conclusion, while we are hopeful to return to our normal structure of camp, we want to make safe choices for your children and our community. We will continue to make adjustments based on local Covid cases, and work in step with our local health department to provide a safe experience for your children. Thankfully we have a blueprint for how to run a successful camp in groups of 10, and with much less capacity. We may not have to use our backup plan, but if we do we promise your children will have fun at Camp Hi-Ho in a safe environment. As always, we are here to give your children a fun and enjoyable experience by trying new activities, meeting new friends, and being led by one of our many wonderful leaders. In a pandemic or not, we will do everything we can to deliver this experience to your children.