• Welcome to Camp Iwannago 2024
    Contact us at:

    or (928)864-8137

    Registration is now on a wait list as we are at capacity.

    Who: Children 5-12 years old.

    Dates: June 3rd-July 19th (no camp June 19th, July 4th and 5th)

    Days: Monday - Friday


    Marshall Breakfast Menu

    Marshall Breakfast Menu

    Marshall June Lunch Menu

    Marshall June Lunch Menu

    Camp Iwannago Snack Menu

    Time: 6:45 am - 6:00 pm 

    • Morning Session 6:45 AM - 12:00 PM $25 
    • Afternoon Session 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM $25
    • Full Day Session: If your student will be there all day, select the Full day option. $45 (full day is discounted by 10%, not applicable on same day drop-ins).

    Location: Marshall Elementary

                     850 N Bonito St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

    At Camp Iwannago we pride ourselves on offering children a safe and enriching environment to spend their summer days. Every day, we offer academic enrichment and physical activities while emphasizing positive character development.


    Swimming Notes:

    Students who cannot change themselves into/out of swimwear and regular clothing will not be permitted to swim. FACTS staff will not change students into/out clothing, students must be able to dress themselves in restrooms without adults present.

    Before students are allowed to participate in free-swim without life jackets, they will need to demonstrate their competency in the water to swim safely without life jackets. When looking at life jackets keep in mind:

    • All life jackets should be U.S. Coast Guard-approved and properly fitted according to your child's weight and size.
    • Please do not buy a life jacket for your child to "grow into." Rather, ensure the weight range printed on the life jacket matches your child's weight and that the jacket fastens snugly and comfortably without excess room above the arm and neck openings.
    • You can check the fit by having your child raise their arms above their head while wearing the life jacket, then grasping the tops of the arm openings and gently pulling up. The life jacket should not ride up over their chin or face. The jacket should be able to comfortably fasten on their body without feeling too tight.
    • Swimming aids and water toys, such as water wings, swim trainers, and floating rings provide some buoyancy in the water, but they do not prevent drowning and are not alternatives to life jackets.

    Camp Iwannago is part of the FACTS and FUSD family!

Camp IWANNAGO Newsletters Week 3

Camp Iwannago FAQ

  • Q: What grade is my kid in for Camp Iwannago?
    A: We base grade levels off of the grades students are going into in the fall. So, if your camper is going to be in 4th grade in August, they are in 4th grade at Camp Iwannago.

    Q: Does open swimming happen every day?
    A: Open swimming is twice a week, and the days depend on what grade the campers are in.

    Q: Does my kid need to wear a life jacket?
    A: While at open swimming, our pool staff will evaluate students' competency to swim. If students can demonstrate competent, age-level swimming ability, they do not need to wear lifejackets/flotation devices.

    Q: When are swim lessons?
    A: Swim Lessons are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. There is limited space, so campers must be signed up for these. Lessons are first come, first served, and campers need to be registered at Camp Iwannago every day in each session to get a spot. Students who are not registered for the entire session will be given last priority to accommodate students who are registered and will attend all the swim lesson sessions.

    Q: What if my kid doesn't want to/cannot swim?
    A: We would have them with another staff member or grade group at camp that is as close to their age as possible.

    Q: When are my camper's field trips?
    A: This information will be released closer to Camp Iwannago, and will be updated through the grade level newsletters which can be found here.

    Q: How do I register my child for field trips? When will I learn about field trips?
    A: Instructions can be found here. Field trips will be communicated in the weekly newsletters, and posted online at the Camp Iwannago Field Trips page.

    Q: I have multiple kids in different grades will they attend camp together? 
    A: We separate students into the grade, or general age range, which they will be entering in the fall in order to keep our activities age appropriate and engaging for everyone. The only consistently combined grades are Kindergarten and First Grade. We generally will not mix grade levels except in very rare circumstances.

    Q: Is there a dress code?
    A: Because we are an active group, campers should bring closed-toed shoes they can run in. When we have walking or hiking field trips, they need to wear something comfortable they can walk safely in, so some field trips may require hiking/running shoes or simply not allow sandals to be worn. This will be on the newsletters and field trip information when you sign your campers up.

    Q: How do we pay?
    A: FACTS requires a valid Credit/Debit Card, or bank account on file when you register. We will create and email an invoice to you each Thursday. This invoice covers the period from the previous Thursday through Wednesday (the day before the invoice is created). All payments are due Saturday. Any delay of three or more days for a payment will result in a $25 late fee. Excessive late fees, lack of payment, or invalid payment methods could result in your camper's exclusion from Camp Iwannago.

    Q: What is the billing schedule like?
    A: We will create and email invoices on Thursday for the previous week's (Thursday-Wednesday) care. Payments are due on Saturday. You can refer to the schedule below for reference.

    Billing Period Start Billing Period End Payment Due
    5/30/2024 6/5/2024 6/8/2024
    6/6/2024 6/12/2024 6/15/2024
    6/13/2024 6/19/2024 6/22/2024
    6/20/2024 6/26/2024 6/29/2024
    6/27/2024 7/3/2024 7/6/2024
    7/4/2024 7/10/2024 7/13/2024
    7/11/2024 7/17/2024 7/20/2024
    7/18/2024 7/19/2024 7/27/2024
    7/19 is the final day of camp.