Fun for the Whole Family, Coming this May to Camp Namanu!
Saturday, May 26 – Monday, May 28
Has your child come home from camp and made you jealous that you didn’t get to go with them? We get it. This is your chance to come to camp and build memories together!
Come and row duck pond boats, climb the rock-wall, and cook s’mores around the fire while you gaze in awe at the 200-year-old Douglas Fir trees surrounding camp.
Saturday’s check-in begins at 10:30 am with a buffet lunch at 12:15 pm for the first scheduled activity of the weekend.
Check-out time on Monday afternoon is unspecified so families can enjoy the camp setting as long as they want. Our last scheduled activity will be lunch at 12:15 pm.
Families can participate in some or all of the scheduled events, or hang out on their own.
How are cabins assigned?
Camp Namanu is dedicated to building healthy relationships and communities. One way we build community is by sharing living spaces; pairing families together in cabins. Most cabins sleep 14 people. We assign 2-4 families per cabin, depending on family size. Families are welcome to request to be paired with another family, or in a particular unit, and we will do our best to meet each request. Because of the large number of families we serve, we cannot meet all requests. We hope families will meet cabinmates with an open mind and welcoming spirit!
Specific cabin requests (such as the Tawanka Lodge or single family cabins) will be considered in the order in which they are received. We will do our best to work with each families requests, however, please keep in mind that all requests cannot be met.
Adults $149, Youth 10-18 $119, Youth 4-9 $99, Youth under 4 are free.