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A recreational facility for seriouslyill chidlren and their families
Camp Prime Time - a camp for seriously ill children and their families
Camp Prime Time - a camp for seriously ill children and their families
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Facilities

camp fire and surroundsMany of the existing facilities were constructed by organizations that preceded Camp Prime Time. Improvements to these structures have been made possible by the generous donations of volunteers, individuals, businesses, and organizations. The structures in camp consist of a main lodge, 14 cabins, and two bathroom facilities.

Prime Time offers certain amenities in a rustic mountain environment. The Prime Time facilities provide:

  • Lodge with a kitchen facility and provisions for special dietary needs
  • Sleeping cabins
  • Accessible, clean bathing, and showering restrooms
  • Electricity
  • Telephone (for emergency use only)
  • Hot water
  • A comfortable and accessible, yet rustic, environment
  • Pack & Playpens available upon request, or bring your own

See pictures of the cabins, lodge and outdoor recreation areas.


Map and Directions to Camp Prime Time

View the Site Map of Camp Prime Time and pictures of the cabins and facilities.

Site Map of Camp Prime Time

Download the Directions to Camp Prime Time [PDF file 1.1 MB]

Download the Road Map to Camp Prime Time [PDF file 2 MB]

Note possible delays - 2017 WSDOT Construction Alert map

Road Map to Camp Prime Time

Packing List

Bring sleeping bags or blankets (each cabin has bunks), pillows, toiletries, towels, bug spray, sunscreen, medications, flashlights, and anything else you may need. The camp has two cribs and high chairs for little ones. Please bring protection for the mattresses if incontinence is a concern. Bring warm clothing and rain clothes as the weather could change. Long sleeve shirts and long pants may be a good idea when the mosquitoes are out.

Typical Weekend Schedule

Friday  
4:00 p.m. Arrive anytime after this
6:00 p.m. Supper is served

Saturday
 
8:30 a.m. Breakfast is served
10:30-12:30 Boat rides on Clear Lake
12:30 p.m. Lunch is served
1:30 – 5:00 p.m. Boat rides continue. Other activities including fishing, hiking, scenic drives, basketball, volleyball, games, or visiting with friends.
6:30 p.m. Supper is served
After supper Sing along at the campfire with S’Mores.

Sunday

 
8:30 a.m. Breakfast is served
10:00 a.m. Prepare sack lunch that you can eat here or pack to go.
noonish Camp closes

Father and son in the rapids



Camp Contact Information

Camp Phone – (509) 672-2430 (Friday, 5:00 pm – Sunday, 2:00 pm)
Camp Manager – Kevin Holmes – (509) 672-2430, (317) 447-3994 (cell)
Executive Director – Cec Anson (509) 248-2854, (509) 945-0779 (cell)

Camp Address – near Clear Lake on Road 744 in the Wenatchee National Forest east of White Pass.