Summer Camp - Teen Overnight @ Rainier - Olympia - Olympia - 2023

Youth Program

Summer Camp - Teen Overnight @ Rainier - Olympia

Join us for another fun overnight camp at Mt. Rainier National Park! This week consists of 4 days / 3 nights of hiking, camping, fun and games!

For teens ages 13-17, come join us for a fun 4 day/ 3 nights camping adventure at our Mountaineers property near Mt. Rainier! We will be traveling to Mt Rainier and camping out under the summer sky near the Carbon River.  This camp includes transportation, food, and skills lessons up on the mountain.

Campers arrive at the Rose Garden in Priest Point Park on Tuenesday morning at 9am. After some fun get to know you games, we will prep and pack the gear and  be on our way to Rainier. Once camp is set up we will have time to explore the Carbon River before dinner. Our evening will be filled with stargazing, riddles and games, and desserts around the campfire.

Wednesday and Thursday will be all about exploring and getting great views of Mt. Rainier on some awesome day hikes! Hikes may include  Spray Falls & Spray Park, Eunice Lake, Tolmie Peak Lookout, Summit Lake, or Bearhead Mountain. We will split into younger and older groups, so we can go at an appropriate pace. We’ll cap off our hikes with some wading in Mowich Lake before we head back to camp for a hearty meal.

Friday begins with a big breakfast, camp cleanup, and one short final hike up the Carbon River before we head back to the Olympia.  Pick up is at the Rose Garden at 4pm.  We are so excited to share this adventure with you!

We would love to have 2 -3 parent chaperones/drivers for this camp. Please email if interested!


  • Registration opens February 1
  • Drop off: 9am on Tuesday
  • Pick up: 4pm on Friday
  • Detailed packing list will be sent out prior to camp
  • Please note: all outdoor activities are weather and condition dependent.


Email Becky at

Program Requirements
Program Activity Date Availability Leader
Summer Camp - Teen Overnight
Irish Cabin Property
Tue, Aug 1, 2023 -
Fri, Aug 4, 2023
Registration opens Feb 1
14 participants
Required Equipment

1-2 large backpacks or duffel bags to fit all your gear for easy transport


Hiking Boots or hiking shoes

Water Bottle



Personal First Aid Kit

Sleeping Bag

Sleeping Pad


Clothing: changes for 3 days/nights. For hiking, you will want non-cotton, athletic clothing. Please include:

Wool or polyblend socks

Rain jacket


A warm layer, such as a fleece or down jacket

At least one pair of full length, non-cotton pants (not jeans!)


Personal dishes/utensils (bowl/plate, cup/mug, fork/spoon)

Lunch sack/box for dayhiking (not too heavy!)

Personal toiletries, such as hairbrush, toothbrush, toothpaste


Personal snacks

Sandals or a second pair of comfy shoes for camp

*Kids are allowed to bring a comfort item, such as a stuffed animal or book. We ask that you please limit these to 1-2 items because we have limited van space.

Many items can be borrowed from The Mountaineers. Need something? Email

Program Materials

There are no materials for this program.