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 the Wrangler retreat center and miles of hiking trails. Most of the property is undeveloped, allowing kids and adults to explore and learn about the natural world in a near-pristine environment.
Stars are visible in the night sky as facility lights are minimal! Be prepared to hear the deep sounds of earth and sky and sea resonating within and without.
14500 SW Camp Sealth Road, Vashon, WA 98070
Here's what's coming at Camp Sealth:
More room, more trails, more nature...
Indoor, heated or open air housing for everyone...
Accessible housing for women of all abilities close to the central fire...
More vending and workshop spaces
Fire Circle next to the main lodge
Beach walking beside the Salish Sea
Social events with more gusto!
Now, there's room for even more women!
Tell your sisters, aunts, daughters, colleagues, all the women in your life who love life...
We are rockin' it at Camp Sealth this fall! See you there!
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Pacific Women's Herbal Conference!
Vashon Island is accessible only by ferry or private boat. A car and passenger ferry operated by the Washington Department of Transportation is available from West Seattle (Fauntleroy (West Seattle) / Vashon), the Kitsap Peninsula (Southworth / Vashon) or Tacoma (Pt. Defiance / Tahlequah). Current round trip ferry fare traveling to Vashon is about $18 for a car and driver and $5 for a passenger though rates can fluctuate depending on the season. Ferry service back to the mainland is always free. Be sure to plan extra time when traveling by ferry, especially when arriving during peak travel times.