Find everything you need to know about summer overnight camp at Camp Orkila.
Welcome to Y summer overnight camp at Camp Orkila where kids and teens activate their sense of adventure and challenge themselves to try new things. Every day is an opportunity for campers to make new friends and explore the endless possibilities for fun. When kids find new passions, they find their Y.
Find everything you need to know to make the most of your child's camp experience below. Be sure to view our orientation video for additional insider tips for a successful week at camp.
Please note that the content below is from 2022 and may be updated prior to our 2023 summer season.
Find everything you need to know about overnight summer camp at Camp Orkila. We expect to share our 2023 participant handbook before May 2023.
Not sure what to pack? We know planning for camp can be challenging so we've put together a list of must-haves and suggested items.
Review how to prepare medications, immunization requirements, and illness protocols. See FAQs for details about Covid-19.
See Transportation Tips & Directions
We offer three ways to get your kiddo to Camp Orkila. You can reserve a seat on our charter bus departing from Shoreline, drop them off at the Anacortes ferry terminal or directly at camp.
You may reach out to your camper during their time away by email sent from your account or drop a letter or package in snail mail.
Camp souvenirs and more are available at the camp store. Unspent funds can be donated to our campership fund or refunded to your account.
See due dates, payment methods, and other information related to refunds including cancellations, late arrivals, and more.
It wouldn't be camp if things didn't get left behind. Campers have up to two weeks from the end of their session to collect their belongings.
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