Camp Discovery – August 17-20, 2015
Camp Discovery is brought to the community by generous donations from individual donors and corporations. Thank you for allowing us to keep Camp Discovery a tradition in the Northwest!
Location: Camp Killoqua, Stanwood, WA (Snohomish County)
The annual summer camp presented by the Epilepsy Foundation Northwest, Camp Discovery, is held in August each year. The Camp is located at the Camp Fire USA’s Camp Killoqua on beautiful Crabapple Lake just east of Lake Goodwin in Snohomish County (Stanwood and Everett), WA.
EFNW’s Camp Discovery 2014 was attended by 92 Campers and 40 Volunteers and 15 fantastic Camp Killoqua staff members. Campers and Volunteers spent three nights and four days enjoying the beautiful camp grounds at Camp Killoqua while participating in all the camp activities. Camp activities included the Studio E/Lundbeck Art Therapy Program, the One-Arm Juggler, Museum of Flight Program, and all of the regular camp activities such as swimming, rock wall climbing, t-shirt tye-dye, gaga ball, the camp barbecue, flag raising ceremony, camp songs and so much more.
Campers – The Camp is for children with epilepsy age 7-16 for which there is no charge. Siblings are also invited to attend Camp Discovery. One sibling is allowed at no cost and additional siblings are at a cost of $125 per child. (A Camper Registration Application is located below.) All campers, regardless of whether one has epilepsy or not, have to complete and submit the Camper Application Form. Parents will be required to provide one-on-one attendant care for children with special needs unless the parent accompanies the child during Camp.
Volunteers – Parents are encouraged to be Camp Cabin Volunteers and participate in this life experience with their children. Other volunteers are also welcomed to help as Camp Cabin Volunteers and in other capacities. (A Volunteer Registration Application is located below.) All volunteers are required to submit a Volunteer Registration Form and background check will be conducted by EFNW in order to be approved as a Camp volunteer. EFNW has the right to refuse volunteer applications based on background check and ability of volunteers to be responsible for children and their safety.
At least two nurses are on site at all times during Camp Discovery. Camp Discovery serves children from Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Idaho and Montana.
If you have any questions, contact Kevin Koppes at 206-422-6873 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2014 Camp Discovery Galleries
- Art Therapy
- Arts and Crafts
- Awards Assembly
- Cabins and Groups
- Camps and Nature
- Camper Portraits
- Climbing Wall
- Gaga Balls
- Outdoor Activities
- Waterfront Activities
View All Past Camp Discovery Galleries on the Image Gallery Archive Page… (Hover and click to the left.)