We provide trips to the zoo, cookouts, canoeing, nature walks, games, arts and crafts, and daily entertainment. Overnight camps and day camps alternate for 7 weeks from June-August. Camp costs range from less than $100 to slightly over $100, with scholarships available for those who qualify.
Financial Assistance Available
Fill out a scholarship application or DDD funding application.
Campers bring their lunches to day camp, with the exception of one day per week for a cookout. All meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) are provided at overnight camp. Campers with dietary restrictions, food allergies, or religious restrictions are asked to bring their food, unless an arrangement has been made with camp staff.
More About Camp
Camp leadership staff and counselors are highly training professionals with backgrounds in therapeutic recreation, special education, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and recreation. We staff our counselor-camper groups 2:8. We offer safe, accessible, and affordable summer camp experiences to youth ages 4-21 who are placed in cabin groups according to their age. Campers will have fun exploring nature with a certified naturalist, making friends, trying new things, engaging in sensory activities, and enjoying daily entertainment. Overnight camps are offered Tuesday-Friday, with families invited to join for Thursday night entertainment to get a taste of what camp is all about! Day camps run Monday through Friday, with the exception of the week of Independence Day.
Activities & Features
Outdoor Activities Ropes Course Hiking Rock Climbing
Performing Arts Dance Drama Music
Water Sports Canoeing
Other Activities zoo visits
Location & Contact Information
Camp Address Lower Woodland Shelter #6
5900 Aurora Ave N Seattle, WA, 98103 USA
Winter Address 4554 NE 41st St
Seattle, WA, 98105 USA