Camp Orca is a week-long overnight camp for girls and boys entering grades 3-12.
Camp Fire camps are open to the public; youth do not need to be enrolled in the Club Program to participate. Its traditional camp program includes:
Located on 150 acres on the western shore of Summit Lake,16 miles west of Olympia, the camp is surrounded by the scenic Black Hills and provides a unique outdoor setting for daily adventures. Campers will be with trained counselors and other campers of the same gender and age group.
Each camper will bring home a new sense of self-confidence, independence, teamwork, social skills—and memories that will last a lifetime!
Cost per camper:
Grades 3-9: $375 if paid in April & May, $400 if paid in June & July
Grade 10-12: $200 No additional discounts.
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Added Feature: Orca's two-year Staff In Training (SIT) Leadership Program for youth in grades 10‒12 who have a desire to work with younger children and to be peer leaders. SITs participate in leadership and skill development workshops each day, help lead all-camp activities, songs and games, and assist staff members supervise younger campers.
SITs gain a new level of personal responsibility and self confidence, and skills for working with children. Upon completion of the two year program (two back-to-back summers enrolled as a SIT), participants are invited to volunteer as Counselor Assistants the following summer.
Direct all questions toCamp Director Kim Boutá 253-597-6234 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment plans are available for any family. A very limited number of partial camp scholarships are available.
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622 Tacoma Avenue S, Tacoma, WA ▪ Mailing address: PO Box 18170, Tacoma, WA 98419
253.597.6234 ▪ Fax: 1.253.486.1967 ▪ E-mail: email@example.com