Warm Beach Primer

You may be coming to Warm Beach for the first time. If you’ve been to Camp Casey before, you’ll find that Warm Beach will provide more options in terms of larger spaces for us to meet in, better air handling solutions, larger dining areas, and improved housing choices.

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First, here’s a map of the area.  You’ll see the main lodge, where we’ll be meeting and eating. Next you’ll see Mt. Baker Cabins, Olympic View Lodge, etc., where most of us may stay.  Some folks might be at the Warner House as well, tucked up in the upper right corner.

… paved sidewalks between all buildings, and paved parking areas!

Hang out in the Cedar  lodge and have an espresso from the upstairs loft.

Above, a corner view from Cedar Lodge, and below, the dining hall- stunning views, lots of comfy space.

The round tables and extra space were really appreciated last year!

Great views of the estuary and Camano Island. Ahhhh!


Program Center Auditorium

The Program Center Auditorium, where we’ll hold classes. Gigantic!.

Program Center B

Where we’ll have some sessions, hospitality hour and even remedial breakouts.

Imagine more, chairs, lots more chairs! And, there’s a piano!



Follow this link for pricing plans and how they apply to where you stay.

Most of us will stay in the Mt. Baker Cabins due to the flexibility they offer, in terms of how many folks stay together.  It’s important to note that each single room that holds up to six people has it’s own bathroom!  There’s seven cabins total, including one with handicap features.  Each cabin contains four rooms that will each hold groups of 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 people.

Remember you can rent linens if you need to. Do it in advance!  Linens are only provided for the full size bed!

Mt. Baker’s rooms have the option of making adjoining suites with one other room.

Here’s what they look like from the outside! Pretty sweet!

Notice the paved walkways and parking!?!


Looking for something a bit quieter, or just needing a place for down time at the end of the day?  Olympic View Lodge might be just what you need! Generally, there will only one or two people per room.  A trundle bed for younger folks is pictured in the left corner of this photo. It’s also suitable for shorter adults, but not taller folks.

If only they had room service!

Olympic Lodge for those needing a quieter space.

A bonus meeting room at Olympic View.