Chicago’s Near North Suburbs

Good Times Guaranteed!


Answers to Your Questions

Important Dates

April 15th

  • Last day to receive extra camp T-shirt

May 15th

  • Final schedule due

June 1st

  • Tuition balance due

June 15th

  • First day of camp

Quick Facts

Camp Hours – main events

  • 8:45 am to 4:00 pm

Camp Extended Hours

  • 7:00 am to 5:30 pm

2015 Dates

  • June 15th to August 14th
  • 9 weeks / 42 Days

Our Campers

  • Coed Ages 4-1/2 to 12

Pick-Up / Drop-Off Locations

  • Glenview (main base)
  • Arlington Heights (extended drop-off & pick-up with shuttle)
  • Deerfield (extended drop-off & pick-up with shuttle)
  • Northbrook (extended drop-off & pick-up with shuttle)
  • Downtown Glenview/OLPH (quick drop-off & pick-up with shuttle)

Payment Due Dates

  • $100 per camper due upon registration.
  • Balance due June 1st.

Tuition & Registration

All the answers are here


Does Good Times provide transportation to and from camp?

Good Times provides various shuttle locations. Campers can be dropped off as early as 7:00 am & picked up as late as 5:30 pm.
Click here to see locations.

How does Good Times transport campers?

We contract a professional bussing company.

Program & Activities

Does my camper need a pool pass?


Do field trips cost extra?



Are counselors trained in First Aid and CPR?


Inclement Weather

What does Good Times do when it’s raining?

A light rain/drizzle usually won’t change our schedule. In the event of a thunderstorm or if lightning is spotted, we will find shelter immediately. Movie theatres, bowling, and our Playdium base offer alternate indoor choices.

What does Good Times do on extremely hot days?

On excessively hot days, we will make an extra effort to find shade and encourage additional water to stay hydrated. 


Does Good Times provide lunch?

We will provide lunch on Fridays (see calendar for details). Campers are responsible for bringing a sack lunch Monday through Thursday. Sack lunches are kept cool in our insulated coolers.


Basic concessions (healthy snacks and candy) are available for purchase at lunch and upon return to our base.

Friends & Family


We group with similar age and gender.

Can friends be grouped together?

Yes, when registering you may list up to 2 friends you would like your camper grouped with. Please list these in the Camper Information section (must be similar age and gender).

Camper’s Needs

Does my camper need a physical?


What if my child has a medical condition (i.e. asthma, allergies, seizures, diabetes, etc.)?

Upon registration, parents are required to fill out a detailed description of any medical issues their child may have.


What if my child can’t swim?

We have many children each summer with no previous swimming experience. All pools are professionally staffed with lifeguards and our counselors provide assessment, instruction, and additional watchful eyes. Additionally, any camper that does not pass the Village of Glenview’s assessment test, will be required to always wear a life vest whenever Good Times swims. Assessments are available each time Good Times swims at Flick pool.

My Camper’s Schedule

What if my child is absent?

We will let you substitute your camper’s missed day(s) if possible.

Can additional weeks or days be added?

Upon availability, you may add weeks or days.


Frequently Asked Questions