Law Enforcement Youth Camp (LEYC) is a summer camp program run by law enforcement officers and employees from throughout Pierce County since 1974. The purpose of LEYC is to provide a privilege for good kids who may be in a disadvantaged situation, in need of positive interaction with law enforcement, and/or whose family situations might limit them from experiencing the fun and leadership skills that camp provides. The program also includes activities in the Spring, Fall and Winter.
Campers are boys and girls, aged 9 to 11. Many of our campers are kids we encounter through our jobs in law enforcement or are referred to our program by teachers, school counselors, churches, and social service organizations.
Camp is held the last full week in August at Sunset Lake in Wilkeson. Camp activities include swimming, archery, hiking, field sports, fishing, jet skiing, the blob, crafts, skits, singing, races, zip line, rock climbing, horseback riding, campfire and waterslides.
There is no cost for campers to attend camp. LEYC is a non-profit organization, with all activities, meals, and transportation provided at no cost to participants.
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