This spring, we are offering “family campouts” at Camp Orkila. Guests can challenge themselves on our zipline and participate in drop-in activities, ranging from arts & crafts to archery. In addition, we will offer a selection of family led activities from scavenger hunts to frisbee golf.
At Orkila, your health and safety are our top priorities. We will continue to work with national and local agencies to enact measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Families, staff and volunteers will complete health screenings, including temperature checks for each day at camp. Structured activities will be very limited. Activities are designed to facilitate physical distancing and structured cleaning.
A group will reserve their own cabin for the duration of their stay. Cabins will be cleaned and disinfected between each use. Meals will either be grab and go (you can pick up your meal at the dining hall and take it back to your cabin’s picnic table) or follow procedures related to Washington State’s Phased Reopening Approach. In addition, we will observe federal, state, and county orders around reopening businesses and physical distancing measures.
Per state guidelines, the maximum number of occupants per cabin is 10 and all people staying in your cabin must reside at the same address.
Dederer Center: Dederer Center cabins have heat and electricity, full kitchens and Wi-Fi, and are more private, featuring four bedrooms that sleep four participants each in bunk beds, two bathrooms, a cozy lounge, and provided linens.
Main Camp Cabins: Main Camp cabins are more rustic, located on the beach or nestled among the trees. Fully enclosed, these house up to 10 participants in bunk beds, participants provide their own linens. Some cabins have electricity; bathroom facilities with showers are a short walk away. If you require electricity for medical reasons, please inquire during registration.
Prices are for 1 cabin and up to 5 particiants. Up to 5 additional participants can be added to the reservation if they all reside a tthe same address for $55 per additional participant
We recognize that families have different abilities to pay and offer a voluntary three-tier fee structure to best meet each family's needs.
• Tier 3 reflects the full cost of the program selected. If your family can pay this amount, please do. Thank you.
• Tier 2 is a partially subsidized rate to help families who are unable to afford the full cost of the program. Choose this rate if your family needs a partial subsidy.
• Tier 1 is a substantial subsidy for families who need assistance to participate in the program. Choose this rate if your family needs it.
If Tier 1 still presents a barrier to participation, Financial Assistance is available through an application process that can be accessed in the registration process. Financial Assistance may be awarded for up to 70% off the Tier 1 price and is awarded on a sliding scale based on household income and size.