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Camp Bishop is a popular outdoor destination for families, schools, churches and businesses. Located on beautiful Lost Lake, Camp Bishop’s natural beauty, recreational assets and spacious accommodations are well suited for a number of activities including seminars, retreats and family reunions. Relax with friends and family while you recline in our comfortable Lodge. Prices are reasonable and reservation dates are very limited, so make your reservation now. For more information contact Brandon Mullins at
(360) 581-2330.


Overnight Resident Camp is designed to allow each camper a safe and fun experience in a beautiful natural setting. Campers are grouped by age and gender in comfortable cabins supervised by two counselors. All cabins have electricity and community bath houses, equipped with private showers. Each day campers have opportunities for structured and unstructured play, skill development, and social bonding with peers. The traditional camp experience includes activities such as campfires, archery, arts & crafts, swimming, boating, climbing, soccer, basketball, drama, low ropes initiatives, and much more. Each day, all of camp comes together for games such as Capture the Flag or other ACE’s (All Camp Events). Days end with campfire and with cabin groups having a Values Session, designed to encourage reflection and personal growth.


(The grade your child will be entering into next school year)

Pioneer Mini Camp is a great introduction to the overnight camp experience. This is the perfect overnight camp experience for the first time camper. Campers will participate in daily activities and have that great camp experience without staying away from home too long. Pioneer Mini Camp is a two night, three day mini version of our resident camp experience. Mini Camps run Sunday-Tuesday and Tuesday-Thursday. You may combine two mini camp sessions within the same week without a mid week check out.

Overnight Resident Camp Sessions

2nd – 9th Graders
Session 1: July 22nd – July 27th
Session 2: July 29th – August 3rd
Session 3: August 5th – August 10th

Overnight Resident Camp Rates

Member                               Tier A: $365   B: $335   C: $305
Program Member              Tier A: $405   B: $375   C: $345
*Program Member pricing does not include $5 Program Membership fee.

Pioneer Mini Camp Sessions

Session 1: July 22nd – July 24th
Session 2: July 24th – July 26th

Pioneer Mini Camp Rates

Pioneer Mini Camp Member                     Tier A: $210   B: $180   C: $150
Program Member                                         Tier A: $240   B: $210   C: $180
*Program Member pricing does not include $5 Program Membership fee.
*Financial Assistance available upon request


Camp Bishop offers a flexible rate plan that allows families to choose between three rates to best meet their household budget. Please take a moment to look at the Flexible Fee descriptions below and consider the rate that your family is willing and able to pay for your child’s camp experience. The camp experience is the same whether you choose Tier A, B, or C.

This year you have the option to choose which Tier of pricing you would like to pay.

  • Tier A: Based on the actual cost of camp for one child to participate. Includes expenses for staff, maintenance, food and supplies.
  • Tier B: Our partially subsidized fee for those families who can pay a little more, but still can’t afford the actual cost of camp.
  • Tier C: Our standard subsidized fee. This rate does not reflect the true cost of operating camp programs.

Campers must be a YMCA of Grays Harbor program member. Cost: $5 youth, $10 adult

Additional Financial Assistance is available to those who qualify.



Camp Bishop

Along with great camping programs, Camp Bishop provides a wonderful retreat or meeting spot for your organization. Just a short drive from Olympia, Camp Bishop serves as an ideal playground right in your own backyard. Nestled in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains and situated on beautiful secluded Lost Lake, Camp Bishop is a popular outdoor destination. The camp’s natural beauty, recreational assets and spacious accommodations are well suited for you to learn, grow, and thrive.

Camp Bishop welcomes reservations from churches, schools, colleges, non-profit groups, community organizations, choirs, bands, sports teams, and others.


Winterized Conference Center: Large meeting room, showers, kitchenette, stone fireplace, 8 dormitory style rooms, and WiFi

Dining Hall: Indoor and outdoor eating area overlooking the lake, seating for 175

Kitchen: Fully equipped commercial kitchen

Cabins: Ten cabins, 14 beds per cabin, central restrooms with private showers, cabins have electricity but are not heated

Program Areas: Basketball, 4 square, sand volleyball court, soccer field, hiking trails, bouldering wall

Waterfront: Kayaks, canoes & paddle boats are available. Swimming available with a certified YMCA lifeguard only.

Rental Rates
Please contact Melissa Dahlstrom at (360) 537-9622 x 101 or at, for reservation rates and availability, or to schedule a tour.


A YMCA staffed certified American Red Cross Lifeguard is required for swimming. Arrangements must be made in advance, and additional fees apply.

Low Ropes Challenge Course
Challenge your group or team mentally and physically by having them work through the Low Ropes Challenge Course. These group activities require teamwork to accomplish a task. This program allows for the facilitator to work right alongside your group, helping them work through their objectives, and coaching and preparing them for bigger challenges that they may face in their work environment or personal life.

A variety of low ropes course / team initiative activities can be selected to meet your specific facility needs and programming goals.

The low ropes challenge course is a fee in addition to renting Camp Bishop, Please contact Melissa Dahlstrom at                     (360)537-9622 x101 or at for details.