Camp Sealth is located on nearly 400 acres of forest and wetlands on the southwest shore of Vashon Island, Washington. The property includes over a mile of saltwater beach along Colvos Passage. Our main camp area is right beside the water and features a large play field, dining hall, office and most sleeping cabins and meeting spaces.
Upper camp can be reached by car or on foot and includes two large play fields, the Wrangler Retreat Center, Uncle Wigglebottom’s cabin, campsites, and miles of hiking trails. Most of our property is undeveloped, allowing for kids and adults to explore and learn about the natural world in a near-pristine environment.
Our Historical Property
Camp Sealth celebrated 100 years of camping on Vashon Island in 2020. While all of our facilities have changed over the past century, some are older than others. While all are lovingly maintained, our site is one of the oldest in the region and some of our facilities reflect their age. Please note that we are not a hotel or luxury retreat center. We strive to ensure that every guest is comfortable during their stay, but offer a friendly reminder that we are first and foremost a camp.
Our sleeping cabins are simple and homey, and our meeting spaces will keep your group cozy while surrounded by the natural beauty of the site. The images below offer an idea of the range of our spaces, and we welcome you to visit our property ahead of your retreat for a tour.
Camp Sealth has meeting spaces throughout the property suitable for groups of different sizes. Our largest meeting space can accommodate up to 400 people and our smallest space fit groups up to 20. Most spaces feature views of the Puget Sound or our surrounding forests.
Camp Sealth has both heated and open-air cabins. All cabins are enclosed with windows or screens and have electricity. Our heated cabins are suitable for use year-round, while our open-air cabins are open from April – September. In most cases, shower houses are in a separate building, centrally located in each unit.