About the Venue

We’ll spend our weekend together at Camp Colman, a youth summer camp located on the Case Inlet in lower Puget Sound. Since 1912, its protected salt water lagoon, shoreline and 100 densely forested acres have offered a rich environment for people to learn about themselves, their surroundings and living in a community.

If you’ve been to summer camp before, your nostalgia will go into overdrive.



Crossing the threshold…

You’ll know you’ve entered somewhere magical, a place between, when you cross the waters on a single-lane spit that bridges Camp Colman with the rest of the world. Set on a quiet and private wooded hillside, the camp is equipped with all of the usual summer camp amenities and play-filled delights.


Who’s in for a polar bear swim?

Down by the large dock on the peaceful lagoon are kayaks, rowboats, canoes, and stand-up paddle boards to be used during workshops and on breaks. A trail runs along the edge of the water, leading you to a long stretch of tidal beach where you can meander along the sand to collect driftwood.


Bows and arrows! Monster swing!

Like hidden treasure, up in the woods are loads of activity stations. Wandering the paths and trails, you may come across an archery range, arts & crafts hut, climbing wall, giant swing, ropes courses, basketball court, ball field and more. There are also yurts, a covered dome with a fireplace perfect for workshops and dance parties, and another campfire space. All waiting to be discovered.


Old school cozy cabins.

The rustic cabins are set in a ring around the lagoon. Cabins contain sets of bunks in an open space plan, with a private bathroom inside the cabin. Each cabin has a deck overlooking the lagoon, perfect for quiet early morning journal time, late night socializing or watching the sun set over the water.


 No matter where you choose to explore,
peace and magic play well together at Camp Souldust.


Friendly communal spaces.

We take our delicious meals in the Lodge, a large, comfortable common building filled with natural light where many of the workshops are also held, including a groovy octagonal gathering space. Below the Lodge is the main campfire space, where we’ll gather together each night for bonding & shenanigans.


Right around the corner!

Conveniently situated on the Key Peninsula, Camp Colman is an easy 60-90 minutes driving distance from Seattle, Tacoma and Olympia. The address is 20016 Bay Rd KPS, Longbranch, Washington (directions).

Camp Souldust will have full run of this rustic, easygoing camp. Join us at the Anderson Lodge for morning yoga, or paddle peacefully on the inlet at the rowboat dock. Meet new friends at the campfire pit, or take a quiet hike on the Blue Heron Trail.  The opportunities for growth and relaxation are endless.

Ready to dive in?

We can’t wait to make some magic in the woods with you.
Early birds get best pricing. Only $100 deposit to reserve your spot!

Claim your bunk!