life changes here

a break from everyday life

unwind and unplug

Washington’s premier camp, conference, and retreat facility

Located just one hour north of Seattle, Warm Beach Camp and Conference Center offers year-round camp, conference, and retreat rental facilities and also has programs for youth, families, and adults. Serving greater Puget Sound since 1956, Warm Beach Camp provides rental facilities and event planning services for church, school, non-profit, and governmental groups throughout the Pacific Northwest and the lower mainland of British Columbia, Canada.

Warm Beach Camp offers year-round equestrian programs such as riding and therapeutic lessons, horse camps and equestrian vaulting. Warm Beach is also home of The Lights of Christmas, a family-friendly holiday festival.


Horse Riding Lessons

All Skill Levels Welcome

Strengthen riding skills while growing in your personal and spiritual life through English and Western riding lessons.! 

Warm Beach Camp adn Conference Center, Oasis Family Camp, Stanwood, WA; near Seattle.

My Camp Stay

Reconnection, Renewal, Refreshment

Looking for a way to reconnect and find renewal in 2021? My Camp Stay weekends are designed for this very purpose.

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Imagine the possibilities

A variety of meeting rooms, lodging options, and recreation opportunities



Partners in Ministry

Have fun while strengthening the ministry at Warm Beach Camp

“What Camp goers are saying"

“Warm Beach Camp is truly the most professional and helpful camp I’ve ever worked with! I loved looking at all the pictures and maps from emails and the website as I was planning my group schedule. It was wonderful knowing that if I called or emailed, someone would answer in a timely fashion!"

–Mae, Northwest Chi Alpha

“The grounds are beautiful and we thoroughly enjoyed the trails down to the water and dikes below as a means to stretch our legs and take a break from sitting in a meeting. Our time together was encouraging, productive and relaxing. The staff, grounds and facilities helped make that possible!”

–Luke, Camp Bighorn