Camp Korey’s New Home!

Camp Korey purchased a beautiful 200-acre property September 2016, that will increase capacity in the number of campers served and medical conditions supported. Located in Mt. Vernon, Washington, Camp Korey’s new home includes 23 buildings with lodges, a garden, ball fields, and a dining hall.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I find out about future opportunities?
Stay in touch with Camp Korey to learn more about our new location and future opportunities. Please be sure to sign up for our mailing list at the bottom of our website and follow @CampKorey on Facebook and Twitter.

What is Camp Korey’s status as a SeriousFun Camp?

Camp Korey is a member in good standing with the SeriousFun Network and is working closely with SeriousFun on the development of the new property.

Will there be tours for families to see the new location?
Absolutely! Please reach out to us and we will coordinate a time for you to come to camp and see our new home!

Will there be a horse program and will you need a partner? 
Camp Korey will be evaluating the new location for future programming and will be in touch with program partners regarding our needs in delivering life-changing camp experiences.

Will this camp include campers over 19 years of age?
Camp Korey will continue to serve children with serious medical conditions ages 7 -17. Alumni reunion programs will be part of our yearly calendar with special opportunities for graduate campers to return for day programs.

Will there still be swimming, fishing, horseback riding, rock climbing and the ropes course or will the activities for the camp change on the new property?
Camp Korey is currently evaluating the needs of the new location for improvements and additions. Our program team will lead the way in creating life-changing camp experiences that are universally accessible and follow many of the current trends in camp adventures. More information on the daily camp activities will be available when the new location is up and running.

Where in Mt. Vernon is the new camp located?
Camp Korey purchased the 200-acre property that was once home to the Treacy Levine Center in Mt. Vernon.

Questions regarding our transition can be sent to