Hawaii’s Enrichment & Education Professionals

Intersessions & Summer

Summer Intersession Maui


Wailuku District

  • Wailuku Elementary

Non Day Camp Sites *

  • Lahaina Preschool CXLD



Wailuku Schedule

Day Camp Week Schedule
WK 1 June 3 to June 7 WK 5 July 2 to July 5 (4 days) *
WK 2 June 10 to June 14 (4 days) * WK 6 July 8 to July 12
WK 3 June 17 to June 21 WK 7 July 15 to July 19
WK 4 June 24 to June 28 WK 8 July 22 to July 26

* No program June 12 and July 4

Wailuku Details

Registration Deadline: May 17, 2019 June 3 - July 26, 2019
$25 Late Fee assessed after May 17, 2018 7am-5:30pm (Program starts at 8am)
Completed Grades K-6  
A minimum of 20 registered children per day is needed by May 17, 2019
for program to operate for Wailuku

Wailuku Cost

  Online Rate Standard Rate
Entire Session (33 days) $925/child $1000/child
WKs 2, 5 (4 days) $120/week $125/week
WKs 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 $145/week $150/week
Please bring home lunch

Day Camps have payment plans available for select programs. Pay a minimum of $100 when registering per child, with no less than 50% of your balance due by May 17, 2019. Your remaining balance is due by June 28, 2019!

Camp Kama'aina Kids Description

At Camp Kama`aina Kids, children will have the opportunity to build friendships, learn new skills, and create experiences that will last a lifetime! Day Camp program includes: Creative Crafts, Physical Fitness, Team-Building Games, weekly excursions, singing, dancing and more!

Kama‘aina Kids day camps are a safe and exciting adventure for children in grades K-6. Our core curriculum focuses on developing critical 21st century skills—such as communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking—through fun, unique and hands-on activities.


As an accredited member of the American Camp Association Kama‘aina Kids is committed to the highest operating standards in the camp industry. The ACA seal is recognized across the world as a symbol of quality programming, high standards and a team of professionals dedicated to giving each child a “World of Good.”