With vast open spaces, ample options for lodging, great dining facilities, and a natural setting that provides for unique opportunities for learning and discovery, the answer to this question should be YES! Sports, education, personal growth or team building, we have the facilities and resources to facilitate them all.
Year after year, programs like Crossfire Residential Camps and Soccer Plus visit our facility. The camps provide premier soccer instruction and coaching for young adults. SPU Women’s Soccer team and many other local high school teams are annual visitors prior to the start each season.
Our fabulous football field is used by Gridiron Football Camp annually. Gridiron is a nonprofit that provides a safe fundamental full-contact football instruction for players in 3rd thru 8th grades. They have made using Camp Casey an annual tradition.
Roosevelt High School Cross Country team has been coming to Camp Casey Conference Center for running retreats since the 1970s and continues to bring the top 10 Varsity girls for a leadership camp and more intense training. Athletes can run along miles of our beaches or on quiet country roads.
Kiwanis Camp Casey is a special place for children with physical disabilities such as cerebral palsy, spin bifida, congenital limb disorders or childhood spinal cord injuries. Children between the ages of 6-17 have the opportunity to spend a week with other kids with disabilities, being able to “just be themselves” and make friends that will last a lifetime.
Not really into sports and need an environment to be more reflective? We’ve also hosted Bellevue College, as well as the University of Washington’s Robinson Center for Young Scholars. Both offer leadership retreat programs. Various church organizations have found our unique location a plus for unplugging and building a sense of community within their organization.
You are not on your own when you plan your visit to Camp Casey. We have various programs we can offer you during your stay. Our Beach Seine Program has been used by everyone from senior citizens to preschool students. Groups have been challenged by our instructor in his quest to find and share fascinating sea life from the shores off of Camp Casey Conference Center. It’s much more fun to participate in the gathering of specimens in their natural environment and to see them first hand than to simply read about them.
The list of examples of the vast number of connecting, learning, and discovery is long. If you are still unsure if Camp Casey is the right place for your next retreat, call us. We will be happy to work with you to make your stay a success.