First Time Going To Camp

So you’re hoping to head out to summer camp in America? There are a few costs involved but also decent salaries to make!

If you’re looking for an incredible unforgettable summer, where you will cover the costs of going out to camp and have some money in your back pocket to go travelling with then Wild Packs are the agency for you. Our camps will pay a salary of around $1600 US dollars. Most camps will offer this amount as a minimum however depending on your skill set and experience you could be looking at receiving a higher salary.

We don’t have any application charges, and you’ll be able to speak with a member of our recruitment team free of charge too. We firmly believe in making sure you are the right person for the job, and that it’s something you really want to do, before any costs are involved. We do offer a discount on fees, get in touch with our office on +44 1383 435991 or for more information.

Start your summer camp adventure

Prepare to be pleasantly surprised! It’s suddenly so easy to see yourself in the States in 2022.

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Wild Packs will reimburse you with £100 for one friend that you recommend to Wild Packs, who hasn’t been to camp before and isn’t already in talks with any camps. Your friend must then be accepted, pay their full fees, be placed and have a successful summer at camp for you to be reimbursed. If you recommend any subsequent friends after the first one, who are also first time applicants that get placed with us then we will reward you with £50 per friend. For example, recommend three friends to us and receive £200 after camp! Please read through the terms and conditions for more details, or talk to a member of the Wild Packs team.

Your program costs cover your visa paperwork, SEVIS and comprehensive medical insurance whilst at camp. You will also have access to 24 hr support whilst in the US for the entire duration of stay should the need arise.

Other additional may include a police background check and medical (medical not required by Wild Packs, but may be required by camp). Any applicant applying for camp must also visit their local US Embassy to have their visa interview, the cost of this is set by your local embassy, and is currently $160 USD.  We are happy to provide more information on this and give you guidance on how to book your appointment when the time arrives!

Application & Interview Cost You Nothing


The aim is to break even on paper, and come home with a little extra to play with but do not forget that food, training and accommodation is all included at no additional charge. Take that into consideration and it’s a pretty sweet deal. Are you going to come home with your salary? Well you might but it’s unlikely as 99% of folk go travelling around America after camp and blow it all in Disney World.

Low Program Fees & High Salaries



Let’s dispel another myth. Flights are never free. Some other agencies claim to offer this but they simply charge your camp for these, which in turns means you get paid less! Our camps want to see you organising your own flight because you can get a better deal if you do it yourself and it shows them that you can be responsible for your own travel. Of course we will  still help you find the best deals out there.

Once placed, your travel to camp arrangements will be sent to you by camp. Using this information you can shop around for the best deal.

Can you help us?

You can reduce these costs considerably if you are willing to help us in spreading the word of Wild Packs. If you are interested, please get in touch at and we can spin you over how earn some cash back.


It’s important you understand what you are paying and why. If any of this confuses you, please get in touch. Everyone in the office has been to camp on multiple occasions and has been through the process first hand, we’ll tell you everything you need to know!

Styles Of Camp

There are many different types of camps, summer camp sessions vary from 1-8 weeks in length and each session will cater for between 100-600 campers!

View Styles of Camp