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!
About Camp Yawgoo
The Day Camp is open to both boys & girls between the ages of 7 & 11 are welcomed for our third season of Summer Camp Fun! Camp activities range from music & crafts, to sports, hiking, and field-day games, as well daily water park access!
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 our camp staff are ski or snowboard instructors in the winter months!
Camp runs Monday-Friday: 9 A.M. - 3:30 P.M.
Session 1: July 20 - July 24
Session 2: July 27 - July 31
Session 3: August 3 - August 7
First-Camper or Session
Additional Campers or Sessions
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 silent unless needed for emergencies.
Behavior & Conduct
All campers are expected to abide by our code of conduct. The code of conduct must be reviewed and signed by each camper. Team members will always notify parents of emerging difficulties and ask for assistance in behavior management. In some cases, additional disciplinary measures may be pursued if: a child inflicts physical/emotional harm on other children; is a danger to themselves or others; or is physically or verbally abusive to counselors and/or others. Those cases apply to the following: Endangering the health and/or safety of another camper, staff member, any other person, stealing or damaging property, leaving the program area without permission, use of profanity, vulgar or obscene actions or words or touching of themselves or another; bullying, mocking, or any other actions that make another camper uncomfortable.
Written notification must be received no later than 10 days in advance of the first day of camp. A full refund will be issued minus a $15.00 administrative fee. Otherwise, you will be responsible to pay that week’s tuition in-full, regardless of attendance.
We urge you to keep children home if they are ill, both for their sake and the sake of other children. If a child is feeling ill during the program for a duration of 20 minutes or longer, or is vomiting, has diarrhea, a consistent cough, watery or inflamed eyes, acute skin rash, a sore throat, or a temperature over 100°, the Supervisor will contact the parent for immediate pickup. There are no refunds for days missed due to illness.
Indoor spaces are available at our camp. In the case of extreme heat or rain/thunder/lightning activities are modified. The water park may be closed, but camp will still be held. Camp schedule will vary depending on weather and pre-scheduled activities. On warmer days physical and outdoor activities may be reserved for the 'cooler' part of the day. A private camp room inside that serves as a home base for camp.