There are various recreational activities on the grounds at Seabeck. They are available to all guests on a first come, first serve basis. We hope that your stay at Seabeck allows you to feel safe and relaxed. Spend time with others, be alone, exercise, enjoy the outdoors, take naps....whatever you need for yourself.
Built in 2015. This tree house is wheelchair accessible. Although the deck is just a little under 10 feet from the ground, the land around it makes you feel way up in the air. They left the branches hanging down so it really seems like you climbed way up in a cedar tree. This tree house will be enjoyed by many generations to come. Thanks to Camp Seabeck's Morris Family for all their hard work and donated materials.
The tree house is located right behind the Amphitheater by the Pavilion.
Seabeck has 90 acres of land and the woods behind the campus are full of hiking trails for your enjoyment. You can hike up to the Lost Village on the north end, or take a stroll over to the historic Seabeck cemetery on the south end.
There are trails maps available in the office. Take along a brochure about local birds, plants and trees, and you have an educational walk for everyone.
There are many activities to keep everyone busy while you are at Seabeck. We have a basketball and volleyball court, tether ball, horseshoes, ping pong, foos ball and tennis courts. We do not have tennis equipment so bring your racket and balls and have some fun on the courts.
Our summer groups are known for setting up extreme slip and slides, playing unusual football games in the open space and playing water balloon volleyball. Go outside and have some fun.
The Fire Circle is a gathering place that offers a large fire pit and built in seating. Groups need to let the office know they would like to have a campfire and we will provide the wood, kindling and paper. There is also a water supply located next to the fire pit just in case there are any sparks, or for putting out the fire when they are done.
Our lagoon has been fun for our groups for years. Once the group leader has read and signed the 'Rules for Lagoon Use' form, they will have access to the rowboats, oars, and swim beach.
Groups are responsible for their guests. All children must be supervised when in the boats or at the swim beach.
Walk across the bridge and you can go beach combing when the tide is out. Look for seashells, sand creatures or that special rock to take home. To get the optimum experience for beachcombing you’ll want to check on when low tide is at your beach spot. The best time to go beachcombing is 2-3 hours prior to low tide or an hour or so after. Many intertidal animals live under the water in the sand during high tide, but come out to play (and seek out food) during low tide.
The Seabeck Haiku Walk is a series of metal plaques featuring poems by Haiku Northwest members permanently installed around the Seabeck Conference Center grounds. Haiku Northwest has been meeting at Seabeck since 2008, and is an active group of poets devoted to haiku and related poetry. The group was founded in 1988, and continues to engage leading haiku poets of Washington State and the Pacific Northwest.
Pick up a trail map in the office to follow the Haiku walk.
To learn more about this group please go to their website at www.haikunorthwest.org.