On majestic Lake Crescent, order Camp David Jr. provides a beautiful setting for all types of group activities, focusing on youth groups. The grounds of the oldest county park in the state are beautifully maintained. The camp is rich in history since it was originally a health spa in the very early 1900’s and much of the history is preserved on the site. Camp David Jr. has been maintained as an outdoor recreation camp since 1935.

Sitting on the veranda of the lodge overlooking the lake, you can easily imagine what it must have been like 100 years ago, when the sites original use was that of a health spa. Young people from across the western U.S. have a ball swimming, canoeing, fishing, and stone-skipping on the Olympic National Park lake. Nearby attractions include the Sol Duc and Elwha River valleys, numerous trails (including the Olympic Discovery Trail), and Lake Crescent Lodge.

The camp provides a great opportunity for a variety of youth and adult group retreats, educational camps, recreation camps, waterfront activities, family reunions and even weddings.

Camp Information

It is used on a reservation basis only and has a capacity for overnight use of 100. It is one of the finest outdoor recreation resident camps in the state. The facilities include a beautiful main lodge (full of elk horn chandeliers and paintings) kitchen/dining facilities, eight sleeping cabins, two group restrooms (accessible), one staff duplex, a beach cabin, a log cabin lodge, swimming area, fishing dock, grass playfield, manager’s residence, and 8.75 acres of Lake Crescent waterfront property