Wilderness Northwest

A dynamic retreat facility calling people to “come away” for a time of restoration & recreation!


For over 35 years we have offered a unique camp experience for small church groups and families.

Wilderness Northwest has a flexible camp facility that can adapt to a variety of program uses ranging from day camps, family camps, youth retreats, team building/leadership training, picnics, father-son camp-outs, etc.

An ideal place for:

  • Small group fellowship
  • Newly improved yet affordable retreat accommodations
  • Quality family time in a private, safe environment
  • Interaction with the Creator/Savior and His Word
  • Personal refreshment and rest
  • Recreation, family and team-building activities

Make a reservation today.

Find Us


Wilderness Northwest
1903 Duckabush Road
Brinnon, WA. 98320


Group Fee structure: $12.00 per person/per night anywhere in camp, children 5 and under are free.

Maximum family fee = $60.00 per night.



Additional cabin usage fee = $30 per night

Additional R.V. hookup usage fee = $10 per night

Our Facilities

  • Sleeping Cabins

Four comfortable sleeping cabins are available for use that can sleep 4-6 people and include either mats, cots or bunk beds.

  • R.V. sites

We have one more permanent R.V. trailer that sleeps 4, two R.V. hook-ups with electricity to bring your own R.V. and several additional areas for R.V.’s to park or to pitch your tent.

  • Restroom/shower house 

Our modern restroom is complete with 4 showers, toilets and a separate laundry sink with dryer.

  • Cookhouse

The kitchen center has refrigeration, hot water, wood stove, gas range oven, barbecue, fire pit, storage room and covered seating for about 30 people.

Coming soon * Blackstone Grill 

  • Prayer Chapel

Our indoor prayer chapel can seat approximately 16 people for worship, prayer and devotional times.

  • Recreation Areas 

Includes a children’s playground, volleyball courts, basketball hoop, tetherball game, box hockey, climbing rope, etc., A craft center, with ping-pong table and archery range also available. 

  • On-site hiking

Plenty of trails are available for your leisure as well as access to the Duckabush River within short driving distance.

  • New Assembly Building

40’X24′ Assembly dome for worship, meetings, etc.

  • Off Site Activities

Nearby is the Hood Canal for boating, clamming and swimming as well as the Olympic Mountains for hiking, biking and fishing.

Robert from Tukwila

WNW is such a peaceful and safe place for families to come relax, fellowship, and let the kids play like kids should, outdoors in a safe environment. The camp hosts are delightful, caring, love the Lord, and exude enthusiasm that all who come to WNW would experience God’s love. I appreciate how they run the camp with integrity, honesty, and just straight up genuine care for everyone! There is such a sense of peace that it truly is a retreat from the daily grind and binds the family together in the Lord’s presence.

Gayle from Bremerton

We have camped at Wilderness NW for the last couple of years. The group from our church absolutely loves it and we look forward to going back again. The facilities are always nice and clean. Wilderness NW is very quiet, God's glorious outdoors to relax and have fun at. Get a few friends and family together for a relaxing time. You will love this place just as we do!

Rick from Bremerton

Wilderness Northwest has been the perfect place to bring families from our church for over 20 years. The camp is packed-full of activities and adventures for all ages and is set in one of the most picturesque areas in the Olympic Mountains. Hearing the laughter of children playing and the laughter of adults enjoying life in God's Creation is something I look forward to every year. Memories made here last a lifetime!

A word from the Director

My name is Alan Reimann and I have had the honor and privilege of being named the new director of Wilderness Northwest. It has been a strange mix of excitement and sadness this past summer, to step into a role that was so wonderfully filled by my father-in-law, Jody Weed.

For close to 40 years, Jody invested his heart into creating a facility where families and church groups could go to get away from the distractions of life and to connect with each other and with our Amazing Creator. It is my desire to continue this mission and grow the ministry of Wilderness Northwest as God leads us into the future.

God placed this amazing family in my life as a little girl! Grandma weed would give us rides to church and then we became neighbors and they loved & cared for us as we grew up! I was blessed to attend one of the first camps at WNW and my kids attended years later! Jody & Marla have blessed my life for over 40 years and it’s a blessing to see the camp continue to bless others & grow each of us in Christ! Thank you for showing me Gods love all these years and leading me to the Lord


Partner With Us

Join the community of people who help to make Wilderness Northwest possible


We are always looking for more volunteers who are willing to come up to Wildenerness Northwest to help us attend to the grounds, prep for new groups, and prepare activities for the campers. If you’re interested, please reach out to us! 


Today we’re looking for you to give $10 $25 $50 $100 a month. Wilderness Northwest has been privileged to serve hundreds of families over the years because of the generous support of volunteers and donors. You can keep the vision going and help us expand with your prayer and financial investment.