Do I need to make a new account if my kids attended last summer?
I am a new user to Ultra Camp. How do I create an account and profile for my child?
Parents/guardians will be setting up the account, and should Watch this video
Link to Ultra Camp
Click on “New User” and then follow the prompts to create an account.
On the My Account page, click on “Add Person” to make a profile for your child. Follow the prompts. Our programs are based on grade level, so be sure you have “Child” selected, and you have them in the grade they are going into. Repeat this step for all children attending including children who will be HIGH SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS.
How do I register my child for a session? (after creating an account and your child's profile)
Login in to Ultra Camp.
Along the top menu bar, click on “Reservations”
Scroll down to the Summer Programs section
Select your session and follow the instructions to fill out the online registration
What if I forgot my username and password?
What paperwork do I need to complete?
You can complete the online paperwork before you register or during registration. If you complete the forms before, you’ll just be asked to sign to confirm them during the registration process.
Login in to Ultra Camp.
From the side menu , select “Document Center”.
Complete the following forms for each participant:
Health Form (all programs)
Participant Waiver (all programs)
SUMMER Rules for Safety & Behavior
SUMMER Programs Additional Information
Transportation Authorization (day programs)
SCCOE demographic information
What happens when it says the person is too old for the session?
Check to make sure you’re making a reservation for your child and not the parent/guardian or high school volunteer.
If the child’s profile was set to an adult, you’ll have to edit this to “Child” and then make sure to have the correct grade level you’re being asked for.
Why can’t I see the right session to Register for?
Sometimes when registering an individual for a specific session, you may not see that session in the eligible sessions list. Because UltraCamp filters out ineligible sessions, there are a number of reasons why this particular session may not show.
Why is a session ineligible?
Why is the reason not displaying?
Is there a deposit or payment plan?
What if I didn’t receive my confirmation email after check-out?
Is there a cancellation policy?
There is a $150 cancellation fee. Cancellations can be made through Ultra Camp up until 11:59pm on the Wednesday before your session. After that time, any cancellation requests can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for the $150 cancellation fee or $75 to switch to available weeks.(see information packet, page 8)
Are there scholarships available? - Updated 2/7/23
Can I register my child for more than one week?
Yes, but only for Wild Things and Summer Day Camp. Trail Blazers, Leaders in Training (LITs), and Counselors in Training (CITs) should be limited to one session per child per summer as the curriculum is going to the same each session.
PROGRAM RELATED QUESTIONS:
What is included in registration?
Arts & crafts materials
Ice Cream after lunch each day (Wild Things will get ice cream on Friday after lunch)
For overnight programs: included meals are dinner, then the following day breakfast, and lunch.
Optional bus service to and from Walden West (our off-site drop-off and pick-up location is West Valley College)
Use of our swimming pool and ropes course (all programs except Trail Blazers)
Who needs to be vaccinated for COVID-19 at Walden West?
Is there a face mask policy?
Is there anything for kindergarteners or 1st graders?
Is there anything for teenagers?
We have the Leaders in Training for incoming 8th graders and the Counselors in Training for incoming 9th graders. Please see the information packet for the details.
For incoming sophomores and older, we have our volunteer counselors. Please visit our summer volunteer website.
Is there anything for families?
Will my kids be in the same day camp group with their friends?
How do you divide the campers into groups?
By grade level, we'll have up to 8 groups.
Example: group 1 will have mostly 2nd graders, group 8 will have mostly 7th graders.
Can both of my kids be in the same day camp group even though they are in different grade levels?
Who uses the ropes course and climbing wall?
Is there a bus?
Is there an early drop-off or late pick-up?
Yes. If your child is not taking the bus, you can drop off your child at Walden West starting at 8:00am. Pick up at Walden West is anytime before 4:30pm. There is a late pick up fee of $100 if your child is picked up after 4:30pm. Please see the bus information on page 12 and map on page 25 of the information packet.
I have kids in multiple programs during one week. How does that work with the overnights?
Will there be a Thursday evening BBQ, campfire, and overnight?
Yes. All participants in all programs are welcome to stay on Thursday evening for a BBQ dinner, campfire program, night hike, and a sleepover under the stars! Thursday dinner, Friday breakfast and lunch are all included in registration. Families wishing to attend Thursday dinner and campfire can purchase dinner tickets on Thursday at Walden West beginning at 6:00pm. More details can be found on page 17 of the Information Packet. ***THERE IS NO OVERNIGHT, BBQ, OR CAMPFIRE ON THE WEEK OF JULY 5-7***