A Day At Camp
Our programs do not permit campers to bring toys, electronic equipment, radios, iPods/mp3 players, cards/games, personal sports equipment, weapons, pets, or alcohol/drugs. Personal phones must be stored in silence unless needed for emergencies.
- 9 AM Camper Drop-Off & Morning Huddle
- 9:15 AM Morning Activity
- 10:45 AM Water Park Time
- 11:30 AM Lunch
- 12:15 PM Afternoon Activity
- 1:45 PM Water Park Time!
- 3 PM Get Ready for Home/ Closing Huddle / Pick-Up
About Camp Yawgoo
Our goal is to provide an amazing and fun summer camp experience in an outdoor setting while developing social skills and fostering independence, self-worth, and character. ! Daily activities may vary from arts and crafts, sports and physical activities, games, educational fun, and of course water park time!
Camp Enrollment Information will be available Late-April to Early May.
Carly is our Summer Camp Director for the third year in a row. Our fearless camp leader is dedicated to ensuring your kids have a fun and safe camp experience! When she isn't at her regular job as a school teacher she volunteers as a coach for the RI Special Olympics.
All camp staff over the age of 18 are screened with criminal background checks. Our camp offers low counselor to camper ratios of approximately 1:6 with no more than 15 kids per session. Most of our camp staff is ski or snowboard instructors in the winter months!