News & Updates

See & read about what is going on in the Warm Beach Camp & Conference Center community

November 2019 Project Updates

Recent and future projects include:

  • The Cedar Lodge loop parking lot is finished with the curb stops, striping, and landscaping.
  • Landscaping and plantings were installed along the Special Friends Camp field and W-Bar-B Road.
  • The Lights of Christmas crews continue to set up for the event.
  • We are working with architects on designs for new Chinook Cabins, outdoor pool, and pathway/landscape lighting.
  • In January, we hope to begin work on a staff house bathroom remodel, the new beverage station in the Program Center Courtyard, and the pathway/landscape lighting.

Pray that the Lord would provide the funding and labor to complete the large list of projects planned for 2020.

Warm Beach Camp continuously works to care for facilities and grounds so that the investments made by donors and volunteers make a difference in serving our guests and pointing people to Christ.

All of these things are made possible through generous donors and volunteers. If you are interested on learning more or making a contribution, please email Development Director, Jessica Wilson here or call at 360-312-3417.

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