Frequently Asked Questions

What is Camp Pride Korea?

Camp Pride Korea is a day camp with classes for children from 4 years old through 12th grade. Classes are available for Korean adoptees and their siblings. Camp offers a week of exciting, fun, and age-appropriate activities.

Camp Pride strives to offer culture and community for the entire family. Parents are strongly encouraged to participate by taking on a volunteer role. There is a wide range of opportunities for parents to participate as a volunteer before, during, and after camp. Parents who have been a part of Camp have built lasting friendships with other families and have seen the importance of their children connecting with other Korean adoptees. As one of our regular volunteers shared, “There is nothing quite like it. It’s a valuable experience for all of us – it’s become a summer tradition that we simply don’t miss.”

What can you tell me about the High School Program?

Campers entering 9th through 12th grade are welcome to join us for a fun and exciting week of Korean culture, food, and friends. In the interest of keeping our high school program fresh and relevant, the experiences vary from year to year. Decisions are based on many factors, including the number of campers, availability of venues, past experiences, and the needs of families. The program will include visiting locations that offer teens the opportunity to experience Korean culture first hand. The campers will be transported by a professional bus company for any field trips. Several adult volunteers will accompany the high school campers on any and all field trips. There is an additional fee of $50.00 for high school campers.