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Join us this summer for a fun campout in the Olympic Peninsula town of Port Angeles! We will be there the weekend of August 16th-18th. There is plenty to do for all ages and types – from campfires to kayaking to hiking in the Olympic mountains. Space is limited so invite your friends and confirm your reservation as soon as possible!




We will be staying at the Port Angeles/Sequim KOA.


Via I-5
Via Ferry

Please organize a group to carpool and bunk with. Sites are filling up quickly, so complete your reservation as soon as possible!


Please register in the form provided below.

  • If you will be tent camping, we have tent sites reserved but you will need to register below and follow the link to pay for your site.
  • If you plan on staying in a cabin at the KOA, you need to make that reservation on your own by calling 360-457-5916 or 1-800-562-7558. You can find more details about cabin amenities and availability here.
  • If you would like to stay outside the KOA in nearby Port Angeles, we recommend looking for accommodations on Trip Advisor, Air B&B, or VRBO.

If you have made a reservation directly with KOA for a cabin or elsewhere, let us know you are still planning on joining us by registering in the form below!


For those that plan on tent camping, the cost is $14 per person. The cost per person is the same if you stay 1 or 2 nights.  Fill out the form below to reserve and pay for your spot. Each tent site has a maximum of 6 people or 2 tents. Kids 5 and under stay for free!


We will still be holding a DCC Sunday gathering so if you are assigned to serve in a ministry on Sunday, August 18th, you must connect with your Ministry Lead before deciding to stay in Port Angeles through the 18th.


At the KOA

If you want to stay on the campground, there are many activities available there including mini golf, swimming, sauna, a playground, and bike rentals. We also plan on having a campfire in the evenings and organizing some group games during the day on Saturday.

Port Angeles

  • KayakingAdventures Through Kayaking Outfitters – they offer both fresh water and salt water kayaking tours to see wildlife under the backdrop of the Olympic Mountains. They also offer Mountain Biking, Paddleboarding, and white water rafting tours as well.
  • Shopping: There are some fun spots to explore in Port Angeles if you enjoy food and shopping. Find out more here. One highlight is the award-winning Farmers Market on Saturday.


  • Olympic Game Farm: Home of the waving bears! For those with kids (or those who are kids at heart), this is a fantastic one hour trip. 84 acres of terrain, and a chance to get up close and personal (from the comfort of your car) with animals including elk, zebra, llamas, bison, and bears. Learn more here.
  • Lavender Farms: There are many in Sequim. Graysmarsh Berry Farm has berry picking as well as lavender fields. In August raspberries, boysenberries, and loganberries will be in season.

Olympic National Park/Hurricane Ridge

If you want to see snow in August, your chances are good at Hurricane Ridge! This ridge offers breathtaking views of the Olympic Mountains. There are also three major ecosystems within Olympic National Park and enough hiking trails and sites to keep you occupied for days. We recommend visiting their website for more information.


That’s right, Victoria, BC! If you bring your passport, you can take a 90 minute ferry ride across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Victoria and spend a day there exploring this beautiful and walkable city.


If you have already registered for the campout but have not yet paid for your tent site, click here to pay now.