- We welcome all with open arms -

So you want to attend or host a camp?

You’ve come to the right place. The Rotary Youth Camp works with groups to plan life-changing camps throughout the year, and we see more than 7,500 campers annually.

We provide the facilities, food, kitchen and pool staff to groups at no cost to the organization. Each group provides the cabin staff, program staff, medical and administrative staff, and most importantly, the campers.

(June–August)

Summer Session Groups

Since 1925, the Rotary Youth Camp has been providing safe and memorable summer camping experiences for disabled and disadvantaged youth in Greater Kansas City. Organizations serving disabled and disadvantaged youth may reserve space at the camp during the summer months and take advantage of all the Rotary Youth Camp has to offer.
(September–May)

Off-Season Session Groups

During the school year, any 501(c)3 youth organization is welcome to use the camp. Unfortunately, the pool and kitchen are closed during this time, but that won’t make the experience any less meaningful to the campers. The organization will need to provide food and cooking supplies—feel free to use the available charcoal grills and fire pit areas—as well as cleaning and first aid/medical supplies.
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Parents and Guardians

Looking for a camp for your child? We hope you see how transformative time at the Rotary Youth Camp can be. This is a unique opportunity for your child to gain independence, confidence, and self-esteem while your family grows stronger. Although we do not register individual campers, we have information available to help you find an organization that will best fit the needs of your camper.

Ready to change children’s lives?

Contact Camp Superintendent Laurie Mozley at 816-524-0923 or email office@rotaryyouthcamp.org to reserve the camp. Dates will fill up quickly—and a year in advance—so don’t wait. We can’t wait to welcome you!

The camp is closed New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.