Camp Killoqua offers a wide variety of events open to our club members, camper families, alumni, and the community. Check out our upcoming events below:
Celebrate the Earth! – April 20, 2019 10am- 2pm
Come out on April 20th for a day with nature! We will be honoring the planet with games, trail hikes, gardening, and plenty of other fun camp activities. Never been to Camp Killoqua before? Come check us out! This is a great opportunity for the whole family to come and see what we have to offer. All ages are welcome for this free event.
An exciting overnight for dads and kids! Come out to Killoqua for a fun weekend of songs, skits, games, crafts, and boating! Friday evening includes dinner, a group activity, and a campfire. Saturday is opening day of fishing season! We will have our annual fishing derby for any interested anglers. Grab an early breakfast and hit the lake for some quality fishing! To fish, all participants will need their own fishing gear and those over 14 years of age will need a current license. Camp boats will be available but you are also welcome to bring your own; no gas motors allowed. Other exciting day time activities will be offered as well! This is a great opportunity for new campers and their dads to check out our camping programs! Register here!
Spring is in the air and Camp Killoqua offers you the chance to celebrate with a fun-packed overnight just for moms and their kids. Activities will include singing, boating, crafts, games, hikes and lots more! Enjoy yourself, meet new people, and spend quality time with your child. This is a great opportunity for new campers and their moms to check out our camping programs! Register here!
Pumpkin And Pies Family Overnight– October 18-19, 2019
Bring your whole family out for this fun fall overnight! It starts at 5:30 pm Friday through 2:00 pm Saturday! Friday evening we will have pumpkin carving contest after dinner and on Saturday will have fun activities in the morning for families to participate in. Each family that attends will need to bring a minimum of one pumpkin to carve and one pie (or other fall dessert). Each carved pumpkin will be entered into our pumpkin carving contest and awarded one of the pies/desserts at the end! Families may bring more than one pumpkin to carve, but will either need to submit pumpkins as a whole family or will need one dessert for each pumpkin entered. Please bring weather appropriate, outdoor gear for Saturday activities! We’ll be outside rain or shine, but will have some indoor activities too! Families will be housed in semi-private living spaces, as space allows. Cost includes Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast & lunch, overnight accommodations, and Saturday morning activities. Register Here
Club Camping Throughout the School Year
May 17-19, 2019
A special opportunity for Camp Fire clubs to come to Camp and enjoy a day or a weekend of camping as a group. Club Camping is a great way to get outdoors with your club. Whether it’s for a day or for several days, you can provide life-long memories and build new skills.
For any Camp Fire club to participate in club camping, one of the supervising adults must complete Outdoor Training with our council. Leaders and volunteers gain skills and materials to plan and participate in a camping experience. Check your Leader’s or Outdoor Training manuals for other requirements, too.
It is the club leader’s responsibility to submit an application for club camping prior to any camping activity, whether at Killoqua or another location.
Club Camping at Killoqua ($50 per night)
To confirm availability, please contact Pearl at 360-652-6250 or email@example.com before registering
Click here to register for Club Camping at Camp Killoqua
Are you a club from another council? Please call us to find out how to use Killoqua’s facilities!
Questions? Please contact us at 425-258-5437 or send an email. See you outdoors!
Family & Alumni Camping: Memorial Day & Labor Day Weekends
Avoid the holiday crowds and relax at Killoqua! This weekend is for families of current and alumni Camp Killoqua campers and staff, as well as current and alumni members of Camp Fire Snohomish. In addition to daily supervised waterfront activities, choose your own adventure in the forest and on camp’s play fields – or just kick back and relax. Fees vary based on building size and building amenities. Some buildings sleep 9 people with no kitchen facilities while others sleep 30 and have full kitchen facilities. Please note, our fee structure has been updated for 2019. Contact camp with any questions!