Group Rentals

Are you looking for a unique and inspiring location to host your next retreat or day event? Tucked away in the South Skagit foothills, Camp Korey offers year-round lodging and indoor meeting spaces for adults and youth alike. You’ll enjoy nutritious and delicious meals prepared by a culinary team ready to meet a wide range of special dietary needs. You’ll find a variety of outdoor gathering and recreational spaces where guests can unwind and connect amidst the serene and energizing beauty of our campus. Plus, you’ll feel a bit of that camp magic knowing your group rental helps fund ‘seriously fun’ camp experiences for children living with complex medical conditions and their families!

Nestled between Mount Vernon and Arlington, Washington, we’re less than 15 minutes off I-5 on Highway 9 near Lake McMurray. With more than 200 beautiful acres, comfortable overnight accommodations, and great meals it’s the perfect place for your next retreat or day event.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Camp Korey offers a wide range of year-round, winterized lodging to meet the needs of adults and youth alike.

  • Levine & Treacy lodges and Family Cottages offer motel-style sleeping rooms using single or bunk beds, with a private toilet/sink/shower in each room.
  • Bear/Eagle/Orca Cabins offer one large bunkroom and a smaller counselor room using single or bunk beds, with a single shared restroom (3 toilets/3 sinks/3 showers) per cabin.
  • Fisher Lodge offers two floors of 5 sleeping rooms with bunk beds and a single shared restroom (3 toilets/3 sinks/3 showers) per floor.
  • Forest Lodge offers two floors of lodging using single or bunk beds, with four individual shared restrooms (2 on each floor).

We can serve overnight group sizes between 25 to 175 and day-use events of between 25 to 350. Smaller groups can be accommodated when booking alongside other groups.

Please contact guest services if you have questions about available dates and capacity.

Yes, Camp Korey strives to be a tree nut-free facility. Please do not bring any food, snacks or products containing nuts to Camp Korey as oils from these can be incredibly difficult to detect and remove. Please help us keep our facilities safe for our campers by thoroughly checking labels ahead of time.

Yes, can we regularly provide vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free alternatives for many of our menu items.  Do your guests have dietary needs beyond these?  Our Culinary team will gladly work with you to determine which additional dietary needs we can safely accommodate. Your group will be asked to provide Camp Korey with a list of guest names and dietary requests no less than two (2) weeks before arrival. Please note: some special diets (vegans, gluten-free, others) will incur additional charges due to added labor and ingredient costs. Please check with Guest Services for questions about special diets and charges for these.

Unfortunately, we do not have any cooking areas for guest use.  Our own commercial kitchen may be accessed only by our staff and volunteers in accordance with Health Department guidelines. Additionally, we ask that groups not bring in foods prepared offsite for a potluck or social gathering as part of their event. Please contact Guest Services with questions about what food items may be brought to camp from the outside, including the use of 3rd party caterers.

Yes, absolutely. Groups are welcome to bring ready to eat snacks which can be safely held at room temperature like chips, baked goods, and canned or bottled beverages. Camp Korey also offers a variety of convenient snacks and treats for purchase during your stay. Please contact Guest Services for snack pricing and availability.

Camp Korey is available for rental to qualifying non-profit and charitable organizations, government entities, civic or public service organizations (Rotary, Lions, etc.), chambers of commerce, trade and professional associations, faith-based organizations, and groups like these.  Please contact Guest Services for questions about whether your group qualifies to rent.

Camp Korey is unable to serve individuals or families wishing to book overnight stays, weddings, reunions, birthdays, retirement parties, funerals, or memorials. We are also unable to serve clubs with primarily social or recreational purposes unless they are also a qualified 501c3 with an IRS letter of determination or a chapter of a larger 501c3 organization. Finally, we are prohibited from serving any group or organization whose purpose or activities (in our opinion) may oppose or hinder our own mission or programs.