Travel & FAQs

Mt. Hood Travel Information


* Additional Travel Costs for Keely’s Camp Airport Service

Unaccompanied Minor Tips!

Unaccompanied Minor fee – $100-$150 depending on the airline.

Each Airline has their own UM Age Policy i.e. ages considered to be an unaccompanied minor.

We suggest flying Southwest Airlines and/or Alaska Airlines to avoid UM fees, save you money, and to make group logistics for Keely’s Campers easier. Additionally, both SW and AA are the cheapest options. See the following Airlines listed below:

Current Price and Age

Southwest Airlines: 11 & Under $100 ROUNDTRIP

Alaska Airlines: 12 & Under $100 ROUNDTRIP

JetBlue Airlines: 14 & Under $100 EACH DIRECTION OF TRAVEL

American Airlines: 14 & Under $150 EACH DIRECTION OF TRAVEL

Delta Airlines: 14 & Under $150 EACH DIRECTION OF TRAVEL

United Airlines: 15 & Under $150 EACH DIRECTION OF TRAVEL (not recommended)



Arrival Days 2016

Session 1 June 11

Session 2 June 19

Session 3 June 28

Session 4 July 5

Session 5 July 10

Session 6 July 18



Departure Days 2016

Session 1 June 18

Session 2 June 26

Session 3 July 3

Session 4 July 9

Session 5 July 17

Session 6 July 25




How do you handle food allergies?

We do the best we can to accommodate for food allergies at camp. Keely’s Mom and amazing camp cook, does an incredible job helping the girls with specific dietary needs. However, if there are certain foods a camper needs we suggest they pack snacks and/or alternative foods. Please communicate with us before camp about food allergies on your medical release forms.

What should I pack?

We will send you a detailed packing list prior to your session.

How do I tune my skis at camp?

The Mt. Hood Academy has tuning benches. Please bring your tuning equipment. Also, our coaches are available to help tune skis if you are new to it. We also have a tuning class the second night of camp to help you learn to tune your own skis.

I just started ski racing, am I ready for your ski racing camp?

Usually we require at least a year of ski racing experience to handle Mt. Hood’s terrain. You can email to inquire about your ability and/or send video of your skiing to us!

How much extra spending money should my daughter bring?

There are quite a few ski and souvenir shops in Government Camp. If your daughter needs new ski gear or just wants to send a postcard home there are plenty of places for her to shop around. We would suggest $50-$100.

Can I visit my daughter while she is at camp?

Please do! Swing by and check out the scene at the house.  Warning though, you won’t leave with an empty stomach! Mom loves to feed everyone.

Where can parents stay in Mt. Hood?

We stay in Government Camp which is the main town near Mt. Hood. It is a short 20 minute drive from Govy to the mountain. If you are interested in staying in the beautiful Mt. Hood area during the week while your daughter is with us, there are a few great options:

Timberline Lodge–

The Huckleberry Inn (make sure you have one of their famous ‘Huck Shakes’)

Mazama Lodge-


Will there be opportunities to demo skis at camp?

Keely’s Camp provides a full demo fleet of slalom and gs skis for the summer by There are also opportunities in Govy, June and early July, to demo skis with a variety of different ski companies.


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