Until there is a cure, there is camp. Be silly and joyful, meet people who don’t judge you by your scars, and tell cancer to take a back seat to life!
Camp Goodtimes offers campers the opportunity to attend a resident camp that is specifically designed to provide opportunities for personal growth, connection among children impacted by cancer, and a whole lot of camp-tastic fun — all in a medically supervised environment. And while campers are enrolled, parents get a chance to just breathe.
This unique camp is designed for children aged 7–17 who are or have been personally impacted by pediatric cancer.
Summer camps are currently the heart of our program. Each camp offers children or young adults the chance to grow, belong, and rejuvenate while surrounded by peers who understand the impacts of childhood cancer.
Kayak Adventure Camp
Imagine sleeping under the stars after an active day of kayaking in the San Juan Islands. Now, imagine that it’s a camp!
Kayak Adventure Camp is a camping enthusiast’s dream—sleeping on semi-deserted islands, cooking over an open flame, and ocean kayaking several miles a day. But it’s also a great way to immerse yourself in something greater than yourself knowing the challenge that awaits is meant to help you grow.
This unique camp is designed for young adults aged 18–25 who are themselves pediatric or young adult cancer survivors.
Sibling Ski Camp
Join us for a weekend getaway to White Pass, full of skiing fun!
Sibling Ski Camp is a special weekend away for youth ages 11-17 whose sibling has been diagnosed with cancer. The camp is designed to bolster participant’s self-confidence, build a network of support, and provide an outlet to address emotions, all while having fun in the snow (and hopefully sun) with seasoned Camp Goodtimes staff, and their peers.
This camp is designed for children ages 11-17 whose sibling has been diagnosed with cancer.
Mini Camp provides children 5-7 years old an opportunity to get a glimpse of what Camp Goodtimes is like during this one-day program. Camp Goodtimes is a specialized resident camp for children 8-17, designed to provide opportunities for personal growth among children impacted by cancer, in a medically supervised environment. Mini Campers will participate in typical camp activities to give them an idea of what attending a full-week of camp might be like in the future.
Contact Person: Tanya Krohn, Camp Director at [email protected]
7400 Sand Point Way Northeast #101S
Seattle, WA, 98115