LGBTQIA2S+ Campers

We welcome children and youth who identify as LGBTQIA2S+ and from LGBTQIA2S+ families and strive to make camp a safe environment for everyone. While romantic relationships are not allowed or […]

Health & Safety

Camp Sealth takes great care to keep campers as safe and healthy as possible while at camp with us. Prior to camp, each camper will need: Medication All medication must […]

Camp Sealth Volunteer Opportunities

Camp Sealth is a camp and retreat center, located on Vashon Island, that offers summer camp, outdoor education, family camps, adult retreats, and facility rentals. Volunteers are an integral part […]

Camp Sealth Registration FAQ

Why have prices increased? Unfortunately, just like the rest of the country and state, Camp Sealth continues to experience price increases in our base costs: food, supplies, horse care and […]

Proud 2 Be Me

Proud 2 Be Me camp will focus on creating a week-long community experience for our LGBTQIA2S+ campers. The setting will include a forum to discuss identity, while still enjoying all the fun classic camp activities that Camp Sealth has to offer.

Gender Inclusive Housing & Bathrooms FAQ’s

Why are we seeing more gender-inclusive options at camp? As we strive to create a more inclusive and affirming environment, moving away from the gender binary (I.e., only boys or girls as […]

Supporting Our Campers

At Camp Fire, everyone is welcome. To ensure that our actions speak to that very important value of ours, we offer a variety of supports to ensure not only is […]

Gender Inclusion

At Camp Sealth, we are committed to providing a brave and supportive environment for all campers. Gender-inclusive units, cabins, and activities are fundamental aspects to the majority of our programming. […]


Transportation Options There are three transportation options to get to/from Camp Sealth. No fees are charged for any transportation method, and you may select different arrival and departure options. Selecting […]

Camp Sealth & COVID-19

Contagious Illness & COVID at Camp Our primary responsibility is to the overall health and safety of the entire camp community. Communicable disease is a frequent concern in an overnight […]