Activities at camp are all about trying new things, challenging yourself, and having fun outdoors. We stress camper planning and choice, so kids have a chance to be involved in planning their week.
At Camp Sealth, camper planning and choice are very important. Since most activities at camp involve the entire cabin group, campers and counselors work together to make decisions about their schedule and activities. Most sessions, campers will have the opportunity to do “Choice Time”, where every individual gets to select two activities of his or her choice. During full-week sessions, each cabin group will also participate in a cookout dinner and overnight campout.
Classic Camp Activities Offered
For All Ages
- Marine touch tanks
- Arts & crafts
- Outdoor living skills
- Sports & games
- Fishing, swimming & rowing
Entering Grades 4+
- Challenge course
Entering Grades 7+
In Classic Camp, campers will get to experience all activities that are open to their age group. During a typical week session, kids in Classic Camp can expect to do each of the offered activities at least once, with options to do activities more than once if time and scheduling allow.
Campers enrolled in specialty camps, such as horse camp, boating programs, or adventure trips, have most of their schedule planned in advance. In most cases, specialty campers can expect to do their specialty activity for 2-4 hours each day, and then can participate in other Classic Camp activities the rest of the time.
Sample Daily Schedule
Optional Polar Bears & Road Runners
8:45 – 9:15 a.m.
Kapers (Camp Chores)
9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
1:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Afternoon Activities, Rest Hour & Snack
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Evening Activities Followed by Bedtime (Varies by Age)