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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

There are many ways to support Camp Prime Time. One is by volunteering in the following ways:

Ralph and Dave WelchCamp – Volunteers to run camp are always in demand and generally work from late Friday afternoon through early Sunday afternoon. Duties include food preparation, cleaning, and assisting with organized recreation activities such as boat rides, tractor drivers or campfire programs.

If you would like to volunteer at camp, we ask that you first complete the Volunteer Application Form and the Volunteer Background Check, returning them to the camp office at your earliest convenience.

Volunteer Information Application form
Volunteer Background Checks
Volunteer Guide

Work Parties – Volunteers are needed for opening camp in May and closing of camp in October. Skilled project workers such as carpenters, electricians, plumbers, and other specialized trades are always needed.

Special Events – Volunteers are needed to help coordinate the Prime Time biennial Dinner and Auction fundraising event. A tree recycling service is provided every year after Christmas, which needs many volunteers to keep it running smoothly.

takes many to build it

adults can play too


Camp Prime Time relies heavily on volunteer involvement to support our fundraising efforts – and volunteers have responded with amazing commitment and creativity. Check out the Special Events page to see what’s coming soon. If you would like to help with a fundraiser, organize one, or have ideas for a new one, please contact the Prime Time office.

Camp Prime Time Mission & Values

It is in the vision of Camp Prime Time  that all families should have an opportunity to experience the great outdoors without physical or financial limitations

It is the mission of Camp Prime Time to enrich the lives of families with children who are seriously ill or developmentally disabled by providing an outdoor wilderness experience, where families can enjoy themselves in a supportive atmosphere without financial burden

Core Values


We encourage our staff, volunteers and families to have fun.


We understand the importance of relaxation.


We express gratitude for our volunteers, our donors, and staff for their dedication.


We account for all donations and manage our assets ethically.


We are open to all constructive reviews.


We invest and use our resources wisely.


We welcome all persons having a wide range of abilities.


We value our staff, our volunteers, and special families.


We continuously work to accommodate special dietary and physical needs.


Working together is the key to success


We immediately address any safety concerns tendered by staff, volunteers, or guests.   We review the backgrounds of all campers and volunteers through databases to attempt to eliminate the potential for client and staff abuse.


We exist to serve others.

We have the BEST volunteers ever!