We are a part of the Key Peninsula Farm Tour.
Come to Sound View to feel like you’re at summer camp again -- pet a llama, sing some songs around the campfire, take a guided nature walk through our property, and shoot an arrow!
Sound View Camp is owned and operated by the Presbytery of Olympia (PCUSA). The camp consists of 100 acres of woods, trails, and a sandy beach. Sound View Camp provides rental opportunities and educational programs for groups, as well as running their own summer family and youth programs, open to the public.
As part of our brand-new Outdoor Environmental Education Program, camp has begun a mini-farm and garden for teaching sustainable living. We plan to see the farm grow over the next few years, with programs for kids to learn to plant and harvest their own food. The former horse stable and corral area has been converted into a miniature farm populated with rescued goats, sheep, chickens, and a llama. We love to see visitors interact with animals and learn about their care.
Sustainable Living Program
Guided Nature Walks
Food and Music:
“Campfire Songs” by Kelsey and