Camp Dudley-Facilities

Camp Dudley sits on 13 acres in the Wenatchee National Forest and has a variety of lodging options for both our retreat and camping season.  Comfortable accommodations are accentuated by our incredible surroundings. 






During summer camp, most campers stay in one of our 8 camp cabins. Each cabin has 5 bunkbeds, desk area for the counselors, wall heater, and electricity. The four upper cabins were hand built in the late 60's by Otto Laggervall whose small company YakimaMechanics went on to become the giant Yakima Car Rack Systems. The four lower cabins were also built around the same time.Showerhouse: The centrally located shower house serves the camper cabins with restroom and shower facilities. Each shower has a curtain and toilet stall has a door to ensure the privacy and modesty of our campers.

Shinn Lodge

Shinn is our two story, full service lodge.  During the summer months, Shinn generally houses backpackers and CIT's.  In our rental season, Shinn is the most popular stay.  The first floor has a full service kitchen, great room with fireplace, handicapped accessible restroom with shower, and a single room with one bunkbed.  The second story has a men's and a women's side.  Each bunkroom sleeps 22 apiece in 11 bunkbeds and has restroom and shower facilities across the hall from the bedrooms.

Harvey Hunt Hall: 

Our dining hall, named after long time Assistant Camp Director Harvey Hunt, is a beautiful building in the center of camp. The dining hall houses the main dining room and kitchen from where all of our meals are served. One end of the building is a comfortable lounge set up family room style and the other end is home to our Outdoor Environmental Education program as well as our Backpacking classroom.

Swimming Pool: 

The Clive Green Pool is right on Clear Lake, and a great attraction on hot days!  Operating through Labor Day when we run our annual Family Camp, this heated pool is a popular stop no matter what the outdoor temperature.

Low and High Ropes Challenge Course: 

Challenge Course is used extensively throughout the year for both summer camp and retreat groups. The low course consists of group challenges designed to build trust and teamwork among the cabin groups. Campers ages 10 and up are eligible to get onto the high course, which is more of a personal challenge. In 2011 we added a 36' tall climbing tower.  This tower has four separate climbing routes catering to a wide variety of abilities and is open to all ages.