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Bring the classroom outdoors!

Students love Outdoor Education because it's hands-on, engaging, and fun. Fall classes develop positive bonds students and teachers can use all year. Spring classes build bonds they can take into the next school year. The Warm Beach Camp Outdoor Education Program is affordable and custom designed to meet your education goals, including Gen Science Standards.

Warm Beach Camp is located on one of the finest eco-systems in the Northwest for the study of marine estuaries, upland forests, and human impact on natural systems. The beauty of the 278 acre property overlooking Port Susan Bay provides a wholesome environment.

Diverse Ecology

  • Saltwater Estuary
  • Freshwater Streams
  • Upland Forests
  • Agricultural Fields
  • Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment

Recreation

 

Curriculum Topics

  • Estuaries, wetlands, freshwater streams, water
    quality assessment
  • Estuary study while canoeing (when tides
    are suitable)
  • Forest studies, soils, trees
  • Wildlife - birds of prey, mammals, energy
    transfer in food webs/chains
  • Plants - native species, photosynthesis
  • Orienteering and compass
  • Team building - group skills, cooperation, and
    decision making
  • The Great Pioneer Skills Challenge
  • Human Impact assessment, habitat rehabilitation
  • Natural processes of wastewater treatment

Class Selection List
Teacher's Planning Guide

Designing Your Group's Experience

Teachers choose the curriculum topics, recreation options, and work with our staff to put together a schedule to meet your goals.

  • Choose a length of stay.
  • Outline your goals for students.
  • Select curriculum topics and recreation.
  • Choose evening program activities. This can be run on your own, or with our staff taking the lead.

Our outdoor educators teach the curriculum with your group's teachers and chaperones witnessing their students' journey to closer connections with our earth.

Overnight and Day Programs Available
Overnight Program Benefits

In addition to class content and recreation, students grow by:

  • Forming a positive learning community
  • Building social skills
  • Experiencing independent living.

Overnight Program Includes

  • Lodging
  • Meals
  • Access to recreational facilities and ecology

Contact us for full programs or do-it-yourself options.

2014 Basic Package Rates

Rates are as low as $33 per person for lodging, meals and site use. Additional fees apply for curriculum and recreation amenities.

Facility Age Bracket 1 night
3 meals
2 nights
6 meals
3 nights
9 meals
  • Chinook Village - A-frame cabins with seven single beds and loft storage with central bath house
  • W-Bar-B - A-frame cabins with seven single beds and loft storage with central bath house

Adults

Students

$33 pp

$30 pp

$66 pp

$60 pp

$99 pp

$90 pp

Adults

Students

$42 pp

$35 pp

$84 pp

$70 pp

$126 pp

$105 pp

Adults

Adults
(Single Occ)

$82 pp

$121 pp

$164pp

$242 pp

$246 pp

$363 pp

For more information email the Guest Services Department
or call 360-652-7575 / 800-228-6724