Cancellations & Refunds
Adventure WILD reserves the right to cancel or combine classes that are below the minimum participant requirement. Should cancellations occur, Adventure WILD's staff will contact the participant's family about alternative classes.
Prior to June 1, 2017: Cancellations made prior to June 1 will result in a $50 cancellation fee, with the remainder refunded.
After June 1, 2017: Cancellations made after June 1 receive no refund, with the following exceptions:
Short-term illness or injury: If a short-term illness or injury prevents the camper from attending the scheduled camp, the client may reschedule another camp, during the same summer season only, for a transfer fee of $35 (unless the new camp is of a greater value), provided that the desired camp has available space.
Long-term illness or injury: Cancellations made after June 1 due to long-term illness/injury must be accompanied by a doctor's note for a $50 cancellation fee. A doctor's note must be received before a refund will be issued.
Existing waiting list requests: For cancellations made after June 1, if there is a waiting list for a space in the camp, then the cancellation may result in a $50 fee, with the remainder refunded, only after the vacated space in the camp has been filled.
Camp Session Transfers
After June 1, 2017 a Camp Transfer fee of $35 will be assessed for each camp session change. No Camp Transfers are allowed within two weeks from the start date of your camp session (except in the case of illness or injury documented by a doctor's note).
Please call the Camp Manager at 971-808-2267. if your child will be absent. There will be no make-up classes for any summer camp programs. Absences will not be refunded unless the entire enrollment is cancelled before the session has begun.
Due to the varying mix of camper ages/needs each week or other unanticipated events, the daily or weekly curriculum outlined on the Adventure Wild website may be adjusted as deemed appropriate by the camp manager.
Please make sure your camper arrives wearing adequate sunscreen protection. Staff can remind campers to reapply and assist them in measuring an appropriate amount but children should be able to apply their own sunscreen.
Water bottle, sunscreen, hat, comfortable shoes.