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Camp is a place where we teach kids about acceptance and tolerance. We co-exist with other campers, share stories, and life lessons and learn to appreciate others for who they are. Camp Seymour is a place where kids can feel as if they belong.

We are excited to share that on March 23, Washington State released guidance for overnight camps to operate.   View frequently asked questions.

All sessions are full. Registration for summer 2022 will open in November. 

Prices range from $799-$849

Dates: June 27 - August 27

6-day / 5-night (Sun-Fri) to allow for adequate cleaning and sanitization between groups. 

Trailblazers: Grades 3-4

$799 - Entering grades 3-4

Limited Availability

Session 1: June 27 - July 2
Session 3: July 11-16
Session 4: July 18 - 23
Session 5: July 25-30
Session 6: August 1-6
Session 8: August 15-20
Session 9: August 22-27

The joy of independence and the acceptance of newly formed friendships will all be discovered as Trailblazer campers select a specialization in: sports activities, craft activities, or marine science activities. Rounding out the week, campers experience boating, climbing wall, games, crafts, or archery.

  • Swim lessons for all Trailblazers
  • Overnight campout under the stars, on Camp Seymour's ball field
  • Weekly, themed events

Explorers: Grades 5-6

$799 - Entering grades 5-6

Limited Availability

Session 1: June 27 - July 2
Session 3: July 11-16
Session 4: July 18 - 23
Session 5: July 25-30
Session 6: August 1-6
Session 8: August 15-20
?Session 9: August 22-27

The Explorer experience is about being yourself and being accepted for who you are. Campers choose their daily camptivities that allow them to break away from their cabin group and specialize in activities such as: climbing wall, water sports, boating, specialized crafts, soccer, basketball, marine science, outdoor adventure, and performing arts.

Mountaineers: Grades 6-7

$799 - Entering grades 6-7

Limited Availability

Session 1: June 27 - July 2
Session 3: July 11-16
Session 4: July 18 - 23
Session 5: July 25-30
Session 6: August 1-6
Session 8: August 15-20
?Session 9: August 22-27

Mountaineer campers are all about exploring group and team dynamics in the outdoors. Our inclusive and progressive program encourages personal growth and confidence with high ropes, kayaking, and our Raggers program. Campers also get to experience the classics such as: climbing wall, water sports, specialized crafts, soccer, basketball, marine science, outdoor adventure, and performing arts.

Voyagers: Grades 8-9

$799 - Entering grades 8-9

Session 1: June 27 - July 2
Session 3: July 11-16
Session 4: July 18 - 23
Session 5: July 25-30
Session 6: August 1-6
Session 8: August 15-20
?Session 9: August 22-27

Voyager campers are often comfortable in a camp setting and ready for a little more. They participate in all of the traditional camp activities with the addition of group focused teambuilding games and activities. The Voyager program emphasis is on building positive peer relationships and learning to be tolerant of others and their ideas.

TREK: Grades 9-10

$799 - Entering grades 9-10

FULL

Session 4: July 18 - 23
Session 6: August 1-6

TREK campers focus on becoming leaders among their peers through challenge/adventure programming.

  • Leadership Activities
  • Challenge/Adventure Couse
  • Camping Under the Stars
  • Positive/Supportive Camp Staff Leaders
  • Great New Friends

QUEST: Grades 10-11

$799 - Entering grades 10-11

FULL

Session 5: July 25-30
Session 8: August 15-20

QUEST

  • Challenge Course Experience
  • Outdoor Camping onsite at Camp Seymour
  • Trail Boss for a Day
  • Personal Growth Reflections and Experience

LEAD: Grades 11-12

$799 - Entering grades 11-12

Session 1: June 27 - July 2
Session 3: July 11-16

Teens that would like to prepare for working in an overnight camp can train in child development and child abuse prevention, plan/deliver activities for kids, gain valuable hands-on experience shadowing camp staff, and develop a deep understanding of the inner workings of an overnight camp.

Lead participants should have either completed the Quest program or be entering the 12th grade. Exceptions can be made with the Camp Director's approval.

  • Hands-on experience
  • Training
  • Positive Peers
  • Great Staff Role Models
  • Community Engagement
  • Service Opportunities

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