To view your registration or access your account, visit our third-party registration system, UltraCamp.
Emergency Plan *Only if child has severe allergies resulting in anaphylaxis, or moderate to severe asthma
Horseback Riding Form *Only if your child has signed up for horseback riding
River Rafting Form *Only if your child has signed up for River Rafting
Permission to Administer and Photo Release *Required
Recommendations for Licensed Medical Personnel *Required
Vaccination Record *Required
Camper Health History Form *Required
Camper Information Form *Required
Financial Aid Form *Only if Applicable
Special Needs / Dietary Needs Form *Required
Friends of Zanika – Helps camp with big projects: Tree Removal, Fixing the windows in the lodge, Ect.
Camp Programs – Keeping Program equipment up to date
Camperships – Camp Zanika is committed to making camp accessible to as many youth as possible, this fund helps send children to camp who otherwise could not afford it.
Our Amazon Wishlist– Help Camp Zanika by getting some of the things on our amazon Wish list.
Friends who attend camp together can request to be in the same cabin. We strive to grant all cabinmate request but cannot make any promises, as age difference, camper ratios, and session availability limit our options. *MAXIMUM TWO BUDDIES PER CAMPER *CABINMATES MUST BE THE SAME GENDER EXPRESSION, AND NO MORE THAN TWO YEARS APART IN AGE.
Every year Camp Zanika receives many campership requests. Our ability to give is based on donations we have received from the community we serve, registration numbers, and grants. Camp Zanika is committed to making camp accessible to as many youth as possible. Our giving ability is limited. Youth residing in Grant, Douglas, Chelan, Kittitas, and Adams Counties are given priority. With rare exception, campership awards will not be greater than 50% of session fees. Camperships request over $100 require additional verification of income/need. Add-on activities are not covered by Camperships (store deposit, camp shirts, horseback, archery camp, culinary camp, river rafting).
At Camp Fire NCW we understand that an affordable camp experience is important. We do our best to keep our fees low and provide financial assistance from a limited pool of donations that we receive each year from generous supports in our community.
Early Bird Discount – Register before May 1st with a $75 deposit and receive a $25 discount. Cannot be used with the Winter Bird/Paid in Full Discount
Winter Bird Discount – Register and pay in full before March 10th and get a $50 discount. Cannot be used with the Early Bird Discount/friend and Family Discount.
Friend/Family Discount – Get a $25 discount for signing a friend or family member up. Only available once. Not valid with the paid in full/winter bird discount.
Camp Fire NCW club Member Discount – Youth who are current members of Camp Fire NCW Council receive a $40 Discount. Not valid with the Winter Bird/Paid in Full Discount.
Military Discount – Our Military Discount is $25 off- and if you register and pay in full before March 10th you receive a $50 discount. totaling in $75 discount
All Deposits are non-refundable, no exceptions. Cancellations can be made by phone, (509)-663-1609, or email.
*Cancelations made by June 1st may receive a full refund minus the $75 deposit.
*Cancellations made less than 4 weeks before a session starts are not eligible for a refund.
*Payments are always transferable to a sibling or another Camp Fire NCW program within the same year if space is available.
*If your child leaves camp early due to illness or injury, the camp tuition may be refunded at a pro-rated rate or the child may be able to attend a later session. If your child leaves camp early or arrives late due to homesickness, behavior issues, or for any other reason, there will be no refund or pro-rated fees.
*There is a $30 charge for checks not honored by your bank
Camp lost and found is taken to the Camp Fire USA office in Wenatchee at the end of the summer, Items are held until October. Call (509) 663-1609 or (800) 548-8884, to check for a lost item.
Make sure to double check all luggage before you leave to see if any belongings have not been packed.
Regular Activities Offered
For All Ages
Entering Grades 3+
Entering Grades 5+
Entering Grades 6+
Campers will be able to help choose and plan what they want to do as a cabin group for the week. In regular camp, campers will get to experience all activities that are open to their age group. During a typical week (not mini or short week) session, kids in regular camp can expect to do each of the offered activities at least once, with options to do activities more than once if time and scheduling allow.
Archery camp and culinary camp will be in their specialized activity everyday for 2 hours daily. They will be able to participate in the other regular activities.
Sample Daily Schedule
8:45 – 9:15 a.m.
Kapers (Camp Chores)
9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Quiet time (rest hour)
3:00 – 5:50 p.m.
Afternoon Activities & Snack
7:00 – 8:50 p.m.
Evening Activities Followed by Bedtime (Varies by Age -some older campers will have a later bedtime)
Young people want to shape the world.
Camp Fire provides the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are.
In Camp Fire, it begins now.