Summer Program

The Kids Unlimited summer program offers a positive summer experience for youth entering first-eighth grades.

We offer Art, Stem, Sports, and Culinary programs!

Unlimited Summer

Kids Unlimited Summer Academy is an eight-week camp that gives kids the opportunity to participate in positive enrichment activities. Students are paired in age groups for all activities. Academic support is offered to all students by utilizing LitCamp from Scholastic. This summer literacy program in preparation to start a new school year.

Enrichment Classes

Arts: Ceramics, Art, Painting, Theatre, and Dance
STEM: Robotics, environmental education, gardening, science experiments
Sports: Basketball, Soccer, Flag Football, archery, rock Climbing, taekwondo
Culinary Arts: Students learn about food origin, how to prepare health meals, and kitchen safety

Field Trips

Students have the opportunity to attend several field trips through out the summer. Examples include: local pools, parks, Roxy Ann Lanes Bowling, Central Point Water Park, Wildlife Images, Sanctuary One, Emigrant Lake, fish hatchery, movie theater, Crater Rock Museum, Science Works Hands-on Museum, Children’s Britt Festival, and Oregon Coast

KU Food Program

*2018 USDA Turnip the Beet Gold Award Winner*

Kids Unlimited recognizes the importance of healthy food. It is our priority to incorporate nutrition education, offer an incredible food program and include garden education in to daily programming and curriculum. The summer food program gives every Kids Unlimited student access to free breakfast, lunch and snack each day as well as meals daily during summer break. All meals are cook from scratch in the on-site full kitchen.

“We are able to source about seventy percent of the produce we serve locally or from the garden. Our programs offers culinary classes for all age groups. The kids learn where their food comes from and how to prepare it. It is neat to see their excitement and feeling of accomplishment.”

Culinary Arts

Students who participate in the culinary arts program learn about where food comes from, how to prepare it, and how to present their product. Many students develop a passion for cooking and learn culinary arts skills that can be implemented at home or in future employment.


Camp Staff

All camp staff have passed an extensive FBI fingerprint and background check and are CPR & First Aid certified.


Students entering 1st-5th grades

Program Director

Judy Patterson
p: 541-601-1289

Cost: 2023 summer details coming soon

Hours and Program Dates – 2023 Summer Program details coming soon