Please go to our COVID Policies page and read through our COVID-19 Handbook and all of our policies and procedures that are new to our fall programs.



Once all registration requirements are met, confirmation emails/letters will be sent out confirming camper session assignment. We will do our best to place your camper in your preferred session.  However, final placement in sessions may depend upon availability and suitability of the camper to the specified session.

Although we can accommodate 28 campers per session, we are limited to the number of campers we can accept, per session, with conditions that require the use of wheelchairs, tube feeding, and other types of specialized care.

The CBNW Team reserves the right to refuse or cancel enrollment of any applicant, if we do not think we can accommodate the needs of the camper, or if they pose a risk to him/herself or others.

Health Screening Policies

CBNW is committed to the health and safety of our campers, families, and staff during all programs. Which is why it is imperative that we implement health screening procedures for all campers and staff at the start of every camp program.

There are a few ways that we can responsibly mitigate the spread of any flu or cold at camp and we are rising to the challenge to protect everyone.

STEP 1:  Prior to coming to camp – if you are sick or have a fever, please call our office to try and reschedule. We will do our best to accommodate you.

STEP 2:  At check-in our nurse and/or health staff will do a routine health check for all of our campers. We will do a temperature check and general health screening. If you have a temperature over 100.0°F you may not be allowed to stay at camp.

STEP 3:  During camp, our Nurse and staff will monitor all camper health. If at any point a camper has a fever or is showing signs of being ill, we will phone home and discuss the next steps.

We are implementing these procedures to insure that we are taking the necessary steps to prevent the spread of any illnesses. Many of our campers have compromised immune systems, and it is imperative that we act and react responsibly in the care of our camp family.

Refunds and Cancellations

Cancellations within 30 days are eligible for a refund or transfer to another program.

Cancellations within 14 days are eligible for a transfer to another program.

Cancellations with less than 14 days will be charged at least a minimum of 25% of the cost of camp plus the deposit. DDA/DSHS clients will have to pay out of pocket if you were scheduled to pay with respite hour funds. We know that some circumstances are extenuating, please reach out to discuss our policies.

No refund will be made if a camper has attended any part of a session, or has been sent home for any reason before completing the session.

Emergency Procedures

CBNW has emergency protocols and procedures that we train our staff on and run drills during camp. We have a nurse onsite with us 24 hours a day during all of our programs and our awesome East Jefferson County Emergency Medical Services teams are only a few miles away.

  1. Jefferson Healthcare in Port Townsend is our hospital and emergency room.
  2. Any individual emergencies will be communicated with camper families as soon as possible.
  3. For any camp evacuations we will meet at H.J. Caroll Park located in Chimacum, WA.
  4. In the event of an evacuation that occurs that prevents us from returning to camp, all parents and guardians will be contacted by camp staff to come and pick up their campers.