Biennial Auction

November 18, 2023

Turkey Trot

November 23, 2023

Tree Recycling

Dec. 26, 2023 – early Jan. 2024

K of C Breakfast

April 2024

Volunteer Dinner

October 14, 2023

Volunteer Dinner

October 14, 2023

To ALL the volunteers who stepped up and went above and beyond for us this year we appreciate you more than you know. Without you there is no Camp Prime Time.

Call 509-248-2854 or email

Biennial Auction

November 18, 2023

Every other year, the Yakima and camp community come together for this gala event. Its purpose is to raise awareness and support for camp operations. Fellowship and memories are bonuses. Planning begins a year in advance, donated items are encouraged, and tickets go fast.

Learn more about the 2021 Auction

2023 Turkey Trot

5K Fun Run/Walk – Thanksgiving Day – November 23rd

Sarg Hubbard Park
111 S. 18th Street
Yakima, WA 98901

Check-in/Registration: 8:00-8:45 a.m.
Costume Contest: 8:45 a.m.
Race Begins: 9:00 a.m.

This family-friendly event benefits Camp Prime Time and the Yakima Greenway. Grab your squad, get your costumes and get your tickets early. Dogs on leashes are welcome. The 5K course begins at Sarg Hubbard Park, goes out to the Greenway trail along the beautiful Yakima River.

Registration Fee:

Adults – $15
Youth – $10 (age 13-18)
Kids 12 & Under are FREE, but still need to register

Every attendee will receive a Turkey Trot medal. There will be additional prizes for the Race winners, company groups and best costumes. Register and Purchase Tickets Online.


Download the 2023 Sponsorship information

Yakima Greenway Turkey Trot event page

Download the flyer
Download the flyer

32nd Annual Christmas Tree Recycling

December 26, 2023  – early January 2024
8:00am – 5:00pm (daily)
at Pape Agriculture & Turf (Formally Washington Tractor), 3110 Fruitvale Blvd, Yakima

Keep your tree out of the landfill! After Christmas, recycle your live Christmas tree by taking it to Pape Agriculture & Turf (formally Washington Tractor). Drop off your tree, say hi, and make a donation to Camp Prime Time who provides this eco-friendly service! Remove all ornaments and lights from your tree. Financial donations are accepted to benefit Camp Prime Time.

This service is provided/supported By:
Camp Prime Time Volunteers Papé Agriculture & Turf
All American Propane DTG Recycle
Pacific Power National Barricade
Trickinnex Tree Trimming & Falling, LLC Cliff’s Septic Service
Thrivent Financial City of Yakima – Refuse Division
Yakima County Public Services, Solid Waste Division

DTG Recycle uses the chips to produce clean, renewable electricity at local biomass energy facilities. The process not only serves to produce renewable energy, it also reduces the amount of construction and demolition waste sent to the landfill. In an average month, DTG produces enough renewable biomass fuel from wood waste to power about 2,200 homes for an entire year.

For more information and/or to volunteer (many needed): Please call our office at 509-248-2854 or email us at

Knights of Columbus Breakfast

April, 2024

7:30-11:00 a.m.
Holy Family Church
Meeting Room
5313 Tieton Dr, Yakima

Come and enjoy the best breakfast in town – delicious food cooked for you, great conversation and a chance to meet new friends. Bring the whole family. Invite your friends. Fantastic breakfast – includes eggs, pancakes, ham, and sausage, fruit, juice, coffee or hot tea.

All proceeds from the breakfast will benefit Camp Prime Time. Questions? Call Camp Prime Time – 509-248-2854.

Event is sponsored/hosted by the Knights of Columbus #6097.

Servers at Breakfast Fundraiser

Spring Work Parties at Camp

May, 2024

Lunch Provided.

It’s time to clean up camp and get it ready for our 2022 Camp Season. And we need your help!

Our ‘Honey Do’ list never ends. Several projects are also on tap.

There’s cleaning, scrubbing, mopping, window washing, wood cutting, raking, leaf blowing, bleaching, organizing, painting, moving, repairing, digging, laughing, eating … AND SO MUCH MORE. You won’t want to miss out. Plan to bring your own tools, brooms, shovels, rakes, work gloves, anything you think you might need to get a job done.

Here’s the plan. If you can help with ANY of it, give us a call. We need to make sure we have enough people scheduled, but not too many. And that we have enough food, but not too much. So please … CALL or EMAIL. 509-248-2854 |