A baseball glove with the words "Wanna play catch?" painted on the palm


"Love the idea of Kamp Kwarun-Team, but feel a little uncertain about your ability to do it?"

"The K.K staff is here to help!"

​On Tuesday evening, June 16, between 5:30-7:30 p.m., our entire camp staff will be at the central pavilion in Nathaniel Greene Park to help you and your kids have a great time completing various activities together to earn badges.

We will be focusing on the Team Building and Week 1 badges on June 16, but we can also help or advise with other weeks if you’ve signed up for those. Just let us know your needs.

We will be giving prizes on June 16 for participation and completion of badges.

If you haven’t signed up for Kamp, you can do it now at https://www.gooddads.com/kamp-kwarun.html. We’ll have your sticker books ready for you when you come. If you already have one, please bring it with you.

In order to observe social distancing guidelines you need to sign up for a time to come to the park with your family. We suggest you take a picnic supper your kids help prepare (See Week 1 Foods badge) and eat it in the park. Then, you’ll have that badge completed.

We have half hour time slots available as follows:

  • 5:30—6:00 p.m.
  • 6:00—6:30 p.m.
  • 6:30—7:00 p.m.
  • 7:00—7:30 p.m.

Please email kamp@gooddads.com to reserve your desired time slot.


Is this just for dads and kids or can moms do it too?
Although Good Dads has a focus on promoting father engagement with children, we also know the importance of mothers. In fact, both moms and dads make up the Good Dads staff. We have discovered that when moms are involved, dads will often stand back and “let them do it.”

Our goal here is two-fold: 1) Enable and equip dads and kids to have a fun experience together; and 2) Allow mom to participate and co-lead, but not have the primary responsibility for Kamp Kwarun-Team activities. (We know moms already do a lot and have a lot on their plates in this unusual season.)

Can grandparents do Kamp Kwarun-Team with their grandchildren?
Grandparents may absolutely do Kamp Kwarun-Team with their grandchildren. Uncles, aunts, big brother or sisters – anyone parents feel comfortable having their child spend time with – may all form a team and register for Kamp Kwarun-Team. The only requirement is that there be at least one adult (i.e. someone 18-years-old or older) and one child between the ages of 5 and 14.

What if my little brother or sister wants to be a camper, but they’re younger than five years?
We understand. If your big brother or sister is doing something, you want to do it too. If you have a very young “camper,” just let us know and we’ll send an extra sticker book your way. Badges will be earned according to what the family chooses.

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