Prime Time, Inc.
- Children & Youth
- People with Disabilities
- Sports & Recreation
LocationOffice - 6 S. 2nd Street, #802Camp - near Clear Lake on White PassYakima, WA 98901 United States
To enrich the lives of families with children who are seriously ill or disabled by providing an outdoor wilderness experience where families can reconnect in a supportive and invigorating atmosphere.
The seed which was to become Prime Time was planted in 1982. Two brothers, who had taught two disabled boys to enjoy fishing and boating in the wilderness, decided there had to be a way to help others with physical disabilities experience the outdoors. As a result of their vision, and hard work, Prime Time was incorporated in 1986 to establish a camp situated near Clear Lake, where disabled or seriously ill children, and their families, could enjoy the beauty of the Wenatchee National Forest. Often overburdened with expenses, these families camp at Prime Time at no expense to them.