Our Basic Information:
West of the Willamette (WoW) Day Camp
August 2, 2021 - August 6, 2021
Camp Mountaindale, North Plains, Oregon
Camp hours are from 9:00am-3:30pm each day
Attendees of WoW Day Camp will participate in a wide variety of activities, including crafts, cooking, hiking, games, skits, songs and much, much more! Our program has a focus on outdoor skills while incorporating fun activities and bringing in outside entertainment.
Due to COVID-19, we will not be hosting a Thursday Overnight in 2021.
A single buddy request will be honored when possible. Buddies MUST request each other. Children (and their buddy) of ALL WEEK volunteers and core staff are guaranteed placement. Please refrain from creating "buddy trains" (camper A requests camper B, camper B requests camper C, and so on), they will not be honored.
We will have staggered drop off and pick up times, and other possible other restrictions. Procedures and other information will be given closer to camp time.
All campers, PAITs, and PAs must ride the bus unless they are being driven to camp with a camp adult volunteer, or prior arrangements have been made.
Bus Stop Location
St. John Fisher
7101 SW 46th Ave. Portland, OR 97219
Please note any allergies, intolerances and sensitivities in the medical section of the registration form.
Packing extra snacks is always encouraged for a child with any allergies.
All refunds are subject to review. Email us at if you need to cancel your registration.
Peanut and Nut Allergies:
We strongly suggest that all allergies, intolerances and sensitivities be listed in the health information section of the registration. It is your responsibility to list any food issues your campers has.
We recognize that campers coming to camp may be allergic to peanut and nut products. We do our best to prevent accidental ingestion and to keep your camper away from being exposed. All adult and teenage leaders will be aware of said allergy(s) and what to do in a situation where something does happen. We provide snacks everyday for all kids, and though we do not serve any products that contain peanuts, there might be some that are made in a plant that processes peanuts; for example we have a peanut-less trail mix that contains M&Ms. Closer to the week of camp, you may contact us to ask what we are serving, so you may pack extra snacks for your camper with allergies.
We highly discourage other campers bringing peanut/nut based products to camp. However, we cannot guarantee that campers will not be exposed to these products at camp.
We ask that any child, and their parents, with an allergy take all necessary medical precautions to be prepared for a possibility of exposure. If your camper has an EPI-Pen, please ensure they bring them to camp and that they carry it with them at all times.