Register online for all day and resident camp sessions

Registration Opens December 1, 2021!

We use CampMinder to manage our registration and required documents for camp.  Please use the links below to create an account or manage your campers registration.  Feel free to contact us if you have any questions. 

After Registration

After registering online you will receive a confirmation email from the Registrar


Please note that all forms and payments must be received by our office by June 1.


If you have selected monthly installments for payment, you must manually input your payments in your account.  This is not an automatic feature of CampMinder. 



Most camper forms, information, immunization history and bunkmate information can be managed in CampMinder.  Login Here 

The physicians form must be downloaded and have the information completed by your health care provider.  Feel free to bring this form with you to your child's regularly scheduled Well Child visit.  Information must be updated within 12 months of camp attendance.  If your child will take prescription or nonprescription medication while at Camp Wright, you must provide a doctor's order and bring the medication to camp in the original container. 

The physician's form is accepted by upload, mail, email, or fax.  Please let us know if you have any questions. 

For more information, view the Parent Information page.

Tiered Pricing


Recognizing that different families have different abilities to pay, Camp Wright offers voluntary three-tier pricing for our all of our camp programs. During registration, parents and guardians choose the tier that is most suitable for their budget and family. No matter your choice in tier, your camper will receive the same camp experience. This Tier Program offers the opportunity for families to take an active role in choosing the cost of their child’s camp experience. 

The Camp Scholarship Fund will remain available to all campers who need additional assistance beyond Tier I to pay for camp. Here is what the three tiers represent:

Tier III: This is the same rate that Camp Wright has historically charged but does not reflect the true cost of camp. This reduced rate is made possible by contributions from individuals, churches, and other organizations.

Tier II: This rate reflects the cost of summer staff, utilities, and other operational costs. This tier is partially subsidized but offers families the opportunity to give a little more.

Tier I: This rate accounts most closely to the actual cost of camp. It includes the day to day costs of Tier II plus maintenance, insurance, marketing, office expenses, and other administrative costs. Families that choose this rate are choosing to partner with Camp Wright to provide much needed upgrades and grow for the future.