(sorry, no vacancy)
Guemes Island resort is a Pacific Northwest beach resort with a dozen cabins and yurts (yes, yurts!) right on the water. We’ll be barbecuing, playing cornhole, canoeing, and telling stories by the campfire all weekend.
Camp Stalker is completely booked. If you were hoping to stay the night on the island, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. There could be cancelations and we have Airbnb options.
Based on the survey, we'll have busses to take you to Camp Stalker from Ballard High School (just north of downtown) at 1 p.m. and a second bus will leave from SEATAC Airport at 3 p.m. We'll also have busses leaving Camp Stalker at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Sunday, dropping everyone off at Ballard High School. If you want to take the bus up on Friday and stay the night Sunday, we'll have cars there that can get you back to Seattle Monday morning.
If you're taking a bus to or from Camp Stalker, please sign up for a spot now. You can change your Sunday bus at the last minute but we need to know which bus you're taking up on Friday ASAP.
We have a limited number of parking spots so we encourage everyone, including locals, to carpool or take advantage of the busses.
Here are the details to consider if you want to stay at the resort for the weekend:
Cabins accommodate 4-14 people. We'll assign you to a cabin, organized as best we can but be ready to make friends!
These are not the cabins you might have stayed in as a boy or girl scout. These are adult cabins with private bathrooms and bedrooms, with a bunk bed or two thrown in for fun.
There are a couple of large yurts that are pretty rad. There are 3 very clean, private bathrooms to be shared by those staying in the yurts.
All the food, drink, games, and water activities you’ll need for the weekend will be provided.
The resort required us to pay upfront, so all payments will be direct to Adam & Janelle (PayPal email@example.com or Venmo @campstalker).
It’s $175 per person to reserve a spot in one of the cabins.
It’s $100 per person to reserve a bed in one of the yurts. These are actually super rad! Yurts hold 3-6 people. Let us know if you have a group of 2 or more that wants to share a yurt to yourselves.
These are the prices if you’re staying with us regardless of whether you stay for one or more nights.
The resort actually required a 3-night rental from us so you have the option to stay until Monday. We are sticking around for all 3 nights ourselves and would love your company Sunday night. You are welcome to join us if you can swing the extra day off.
The last ferry of the night leaves the island at 11 p.m. so if you think you’ll want to come just for Saturday and dance, party, and enjoy the campfire by the waterfront until late, we’d suggest you reserve a night at the resort.