The camping branch of the YMCA of Silicon Valley
YMCA Camp Campbell

Group Events & Rentals

Camp Campbell is nestled among giant redwood trees on acres of lush forest. Our rustic elegance and gorgeous views come together to form a majestic and peaceful environment for group events and retreats.

To schedule an appointment, contact redwoods@ymcasv.org or 831-338-2128.

To view our current rental availability, visit our Rental Calendar.

To view our facility, visit our Virtual Tour.



Conference and Meeting Rooms

Meeting rooms are available at request. Each room carries a different style, purpose and size depending on your needs. Reservation of a room includes setup of chairs, tables, and AV equipment. To view our facility photos, visit our Virtual Tour.

Meeting Space Room Capacity
Sommer Lodge 100
Meeting Room 70
Fireside Room 60
Pavillion (covered outdoor space) 100
Chapel (outdoor space) 150
Arts and Crafts 30
Swenson Lodge 250



Cabin Accommodations

Tree Top Cabins

  • ADA accessible cabins located high among the redwood trees
  • Each heated cabin sleeps 14 people, bunk bed style
  • Equipped with private showers and electricity

49er Cabins

  • Enjoy our brand new circular cabins, sleeping 18 people bunk style
  • Each bunk bed is placed in a diverse angle, giving guests more privacy
  • Equipped with heaters, private showers and electricity


Our chef and experienced staff combined with our state-of-the-art kitchen facilities makes for a fine dining experience. Choose from several menus, buffet or family style.

Sample Menu (included in pricing):

    (Breakfasts served with brewed coffee, orange or apple juice, and milk)

    Saturday Breakfast
    Pancakes, turkey or veggie sausage, breakfast potatoes, fruit, butter, and syrup.

    Sunday Continental Breakfast
    Scrambled eggs, bagels, and Canadian bacon. Served with cream cheese, fresh seasonal fruit and yogurt bar with granola and honey

    (Lunches served with full salad bar, and fresh fruit)
    • Deli sandwiches and pasta salad

    (Dinners served with full salad bar, and dessert)
    • Herb-roasted chicken breast, smashed potatoes, roasted seasonal veggies
  • Premium meals and snack options are available for an additional fee. Please contact us for details.
  • Coffee and tea service available at all meals.
  • Gluten free, vegetarian and dairy free options available.


Whether you want to challenge yourself with a new activity, build teamwork, or simply explore the natural beauty of our camp setting, you’ll find that we offer a wide range of activities to suit your needs.

Sample Activities
Arts and Crafts
Climbing Wall*°
Disc Golf
Flying Squirrel°

GaGa Ball
Leap of Faith°
Low Ropes/Teambuiding°
Mole Hole
Nature Lab Exploration
Ropes Course*°

Swimming Pool/Waterslide°
Tye Dye°

*Age requirement 11 years-up
°Additional fee

Rates & Services

OVERNIGHT RATES: Two night stay, includes 4 meals and camp activities.


2 Night

1 Night
For Profit Adult
Child (3-12)
Non Profit or Family Adult
Child (3-12)


  • What kinds of groups book at Camp Campbell?
    • Camp Campbell is the ideal environment for:
      • Organizational retreats and conferences
      • Camping trips
      • Youth groups, clubs, and teams
      • Special needs organizations
      • Adult social groups and community organizations
      • Private parties, birthdays, family events and reunions
      • Religious/Spiritual functions
      • Therapeutic workshops
      • Day swimming/climbing trips for youth or adults
      • Fundraisers, charity dinners, auctions and galas
  • What accommodations are available?
    • We can accommodate up to 225 guests in our cabins.
    • Each cabin sleeps 14 guests. Tree Top Camp cabins include restrooms and showers, while Forty-Niner Camp cabins share a common bath facility that’s a short walk from each cabin.
    • Cabin assignments are your responsibility
    • Should you need to cancel or change your date, contact us to let us know. Your group will be financially liable for the cost of the minimum booking if we cannot re-book your reserved date.
  • How many guests can your space accommodate?
    • Overnight accommodations in our cabins: 225
    • Outdoor Chapel: 175 seated guests
    • Swenson Family Lodge:
      • Main dining hall: 250 seated guests
      • Fireside adjoining meeting room: 40
      • Room 1 adjoining meeting room: 80
    • Sommer Lodge
      • Main room: 150-200 guests
      • Fireside room: 20 guests
  • How do I book with camp?
    • To check our availability, view our online calendar.
    • If there are available dates of interest to you, send an email to redwoods@ymcasv.org with the following info:
      • Group Name (Who are you?)
      • Intended purpose of use (What are your goals?)
      • Number of participants (approximate)
      • Date(s) desired
      • Email address, name, physical address, and phone number of group contact.
    • Email is our primary preferred method of contact.
    • A Program Director will return your solicitation via email, and work with you to plan your function and build a program schedule for your time in camp.
    • Your dates will be locked in on our calendar once we receive:
      • A signed contract within 30 days of issue
      • A copy of your group’s event insurance (contact your insurance provider for more info)
      • A minimum deposit, as stated in your contract
      • Confirmation from a Program Director
  • Do I need insurance?
    • Yes, you must name YMCA Camp Campbell as an additional insured for a minimum of $1,000,000. You may obtain the event insurance through your insurance carrier.
  • What is the deposit policy?
    • We require a 25% deposit to secure your date. The remaining balance is due 30 days after your event. 
    • All deposits are non-refundable.
    • In the event of a cancellation, if camp is unable to book the date(s) in question, you may be liable for minimum booking charges as enumerated on your contract agreement.
  • How does camp handle billing?
    • Your final invoice will be generated after to your stay at camp, and will be emailed to you as a PDF document.
    • Remit payment no later than 30 days (checks, cash or credit) to the mailing address provided on your invoice. Outstanding payments later than 30 days will be considered delinquent, and are subject to an additional percentage fee.
  • Who is responsible for what while we are at camp?
    • You are directly responsible for supervision on-site for your group for the duration of your stay.  Camp recommends a staffing ratio of 1 adult to 10 children while on-site.
    • Please be prepared to be the primary contact for any camper parents who may need to contact you. Should you require additional staff to stay in ratio, Camp Campbell may be able to provide staff to you with prior arrangement and a fee.
    • An on-site Program Director will be available and on radio for emergency contact for the duration of your stay.
    • Should your group anticipate the need for medical staff, please provide the necessary people and equipment for the duration of your stay. Camp Campbell does not employ on-site medical staff for guest bookings, nor are we liable for emergency medical needs on-site for guests.
    •  In the event of an emergency, any EMS, evacuation or transport, medical, or law enforcement personnel and services required by a guest group will be the client’s responsibility.
    • Camp provides program and food service staff to run activities and meals.
  • What should we pack with us?
    • Suggested packing list for a weekend (2 nights) stay at camp:
    • Active, weather-appropriate, layered apparel:
      • Weatherproof shell or rain coat
      • Warm jacket
      • Long pants/jeans
      • Trail-friendly, close-toed shoes with good soles and support
      • Bathing suit
      • Water-friendly foot ware for showers and pool deck
    • Equipment:
      • Sleeping Bag or Bedding
      • Pillow
      • Flashlight
      • Re-usable water bottle
      • Sun glasses
      • Hat or beanie
      • Lip balm and sunscreen
    • Miscellaneous Items:
      • Musical instrument
      • Art supplies
      • Snacks / specialty food items for restricted diets
      • Day pack / Back pack
      • Any needed medical supplies / prescriptions
    • Group Leaders:
      • Cell Phone for contact with parents/families of campers (you are the primary contact)
      • Schedules, handouts, documents needed for group
      • Medical forms (if needed)
      • Liability waivers (available on this website, or at camp)
      • Wristwatch/time piece
      • AV equipment as needed (camp can support your AV needs)
      • Program equipment as needed (camp can provide program equipment)
    • What not to bring (campers):
      • Electronic devices (phones, music players, video game systems)
      • Weapons of any kind
      • Controlled substances
      • Program equipment (harnesses, helmets, climbing equipment, bows/arrows)
  • Is there a camp store?
    • Yes! Our camp store is fully stocked with essential camping items like flashlights and toothpaste, and also has awesome Camp Campbell apparel available. Ask a Program Director to open the camp store for you or your group to purchase keepsakes and gifts during your stay with us.
  • How do meals work?
    • We offer family-style or buffet service, depending on your preferences and your groups’ needs.
    • Select your meals from our current menu, which can be sent to you via email.
    • Basic food service is included in your overnight rates.  Upgraded and custom menus available upon request for additional cost.
    • Dietary restrictions and allergen-free food service can be provided by camp.  Communicate your needs to the Program Director via email.
    • All lunches and dinners include a salad bar.  Snacks and s’mores are available upon request for additional cost.
  • What is your alcohol policy?
    • Camp Campbell does not allow alcohol on-site without specific insurance. For more info, write redwoods@ymcasv.org.
  • Can we bring our own food or caterer?
    • No, as required by our insurance policy, we must provide all prepared food and beverages.
  • Can we have campfires?
    • Yes, and we encourage you to do so in our designated campfire areas. Programmed campfires with camp staff running skits and songs are available upon request.
  • How late? How loud? Are there restrictions on amplified sound?
    • A municipal ordinance specifically states that quiet hours are between 10pm and 8am 7 days a week. During these hours, we do not allow amplified sound outside of camp buildings. Indoor amplification is okay, as long as the volume does not exceed acceptable limits. Guests are liable for any/all fines or complaints filed while on site.
  • Is tent camping or RV parking available on site?
    • No. Camp Campbell is not a KOA or other public camping ground. We are a private camping facility, and are not insured for or set up to support tent camping.
  • Are there different rates for children?
    • Children under 3 are free. Youth programs and supervision are available upon request.
  • What is your pet policy?
    • With the exception of certified service/guide dogs, no other animals are allowed.
  • Photos? Video? Client media policy
    • Guests of Camp Campbell are required to release their rights to photos and/or video taken on-site, and Camp Campbell regularly uses video and photos to market camp to the public. Media release waivers are available from a Program Director, or on-site at the camp office. Waivers are required for any third-party videographers or photographers that may be contracted by your group.



YMCA Camp Campbell Facility Map
Climbing Wall/Ropes Course Liability Waiver
Liability Waiver Form
Financial Assistance Application
Volunteer Application

YMCA Camp Campbell
16275 Highway 9
Boulder Creek, CA 95006

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