Camper Application For Families

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  • Families are required to provide detailed contact information including addresses, including birthdates, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses for each member. We perform background checks on all family members 13 or older.
  • Prime Time requires a $25.00 deposit from each family - prior to attendance at camp. Payments are deposited as Prime Time receives them. Each camper family has the opportunity to have these funds refunded after their stay at camp. This deposit is required when it’s been confirmed you have a space at camp. Registration Deadline: April 1, 2023
  • Sessions begin on Fridays and Tuesdays and run through the fourth of October. Please note that submitting this form does not guarantee placement in an upcoming session. Receipt of this completed application will put you on the waiting list in case of cancellations or unfilled cabins. Families are accommodated on a first come, first serve basis.
  • Individual families that did not attend camp the previous year will be given first priority.

If you are interested in attending Camp Prime Time during the 2023 camping season, please submit this form as soon as possible. You will be able to print a copy for your files.

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Additional Information

Thank you for completing the Family Application! You should receive an e-mail confirming this registration.

Our sessions are pre-scheduled with camper groups. Often they do not use all of the cabins. When this happens, we invite individual families such as yours to come to camp. Typically we are given little notice, but we will contact you as soon as something becomes available. We require a $25 deposit from each family before attending camp. Deposits are fully refundable at end of camp. You will have the opportunity to be reimbursed in full or consider donating the funds to camp.

There can be no pets at Camp, only certified service animals are allowed. Service animals must be wearing their working attire/vests at camp. We understand pets are an important part of a family. However, we serve families with varying health concerns, and children have allergies to pet dander, which can linger in the cabins.

Please note, completion of this application does not guarantee your family a spot in our upcoming camping season. This application will be valid for the current camping season. Individual families will be called upon to fill empty cabins due to cancellations or if a camping group cannot fill the camp.

Additional questions can be directed towards our Office in Yakima: (509)248-2854.

Here are links to some resources which can also be found on our website if your family is selected:
Camper Information and Instructions
Camp Info/Location
Camp Map and Directions

In order to improve your camping experience, please give us a description of your family. Add comments here that may assist the weekend’s group leader, volunteers or Prime Time Staff below: i.e. mobility issues, pack and play requests, cabin preferences, etc…

Users Agreement

Users Agreement Including
Release of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement

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Camp Prime Time is operated and maintained by Prime Time, Inc., a non-profit corporation. While Prime Time has made its best efforts to provide a safe and enjoyable facility, it must be understood that the camp is run by volunteers, is situated in a rustic and wilderness area, and participants are encouraged to be as active as they choose to be. Prime Time is not able to ensure or insure against injuries, accidents, or communicable diseases.
Recent COVID -19 concerns have caused Camp Prime Time to modify its facilities and uses. As you evaluate the provided information, you must weigh your own comfort and expectation levels in your decision to attend Camp Prime Time. The CDC identifies several underlying conditions regarding at risk population s. They include underlying medical conditions, age, ethnicity, disabilities, and development/behavioral disorders. You or your child(ren) may experience those conditions during your time at Camp Prime Time. I, on behalf of my child(ren) and myself, acknowledge the health risk and damages associated with the transmission of the COVID-19virus and other communicable diseases that may occur while we are at Camp Prime Time.
Prime Time requires that, in consideration of the camp being made available for your child's and your enjoyment, Prime Time, Inc. ask to be released from any liability and held harm less as to any accident, injury, or illness contracted by your child or you on the camp property or at nearby areas while engaging in horseback riding, boating, or fishing. The Release and Hold Harmless Agreement you are asked to sign is at the end of this document.
The undersigned authorizes Prime Time to photograph or videotape the undersigned or his/her child, and to use any such photograph or videotape for promotional or informational presentations by Prime Time.
Background Checks
The undersigned understands that Prime Time, Inc. will perform a background check on all attendees 13 years or older, according to the guidelines laid out by the Washington State Patrol. We follow the state code WAC 388-133-0020, please visit this link for more information.

I/we, as parent(s) and/or legal guardian(s) of the child(ren) named below hereby acknowledge and agree that I/we have read and fully understand the contents of this Release and Hold Harmless Agreement and agree that I/we are voluntarily waiving, releasing, indemnifying and discharging Camp Prime Time and Prime Time, Inc., a non-profit corporation (hereafter 'CPT'), and its officers, directors, employees and volunteers from any and all liability, damages and each and every form of action, including claims of negligence (collectively 'Claims') which I/we, my/our child(ren) and any and all legal successor s and proxies may have, now or in the future, against CPT, its officers, directors, employees and volunteers on account of personal injury, property damage, disability, death, sickness, diseases or accident of any kind arising out of or in any way related to participation in and/or use of camp services or facilities including, but not limited to, exposure or transmission of the COVID-19 virus.

Should CPT be called upon for Contribution or Indemnification as a claimed tortfeasor for any services or accommodations made available by CPT, I/we do agree to indemnify CPT, its successors or assigns to the extent of any amount that CPT, its successors or assigns shall be called upon to pay in connection to such services or accommodations. Our agreement to hold CPT harmless from any and all claims for damages allegedly suffered as a result of CPT providing such services or accommodations shall apply whether such claims are brought by us (on the claimant' s own behalf)or by third persons acting through us, including derivative claims and claims arising out of subrogation or otherwise.

I represent that I have full authority to sign on behalf of the child(ren) and that my signature binds each other person having authority to make decisions on behalf of the child/family. My signature below is confirmation that I have read and fully understand and acknowledge the contents of the Release and Hold Harmless Agreement and agree that I am voluntarily waiving, releasing, indemnifying and discharging CPT and its officers, directors, employees and volunteers from the claim(s).



***Below to be signed by all adults responsible for their children***

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