Helping at-risk youth

Bremerton Teen Reach

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Hope for the Future

Why Teen Reach

The need to help at-risk youth has never been more apparent. Many teenagers have encountered more trauma than most of us will experience in a lifetime. Teen Reach Adventure Camps (T.R.A.C.) is designed to give these kids hope through a safe, fun, and supportive summer camp experience. We want to help teenagers develop self-worth, build trust, and know they are loved. Teen Reach Adventure Camp (T.R.A.C.) is an extension of Royal Family Kids Camp (now known as For the Children). Teen Reach has been serving at-risk teens for over 20 years.
We offer separate boys and girls camps in the summer, and provide one counselor for every two campers. This low ratio helps counselors develop meaningful relationships with campers that can have a profound impact on their lives. Because of our generous supporters, we are able to offer this camp free of charge to at-risk youth in Kitsap County, as well as neighboring counties.
At camp, teenagers get the opportunity to participate in fun activities such as archery, kayaking, swimming, rope-swinging, campfires, singing, crafts, and games. They can also spend time on a challenge course with their counselor and other campers, which helps teach them teamwork and trust.
For more information about Teen Reach, please feel free to visit the national Teen Reach website.

Challenge Course

The Challenge Course is a series of activities designed to help teens develop trust, learn teamwork skills, strengthen communication skills, provide leadership opportunities, and of course have fun with their peers and counselors.

Throughout the course of the 3 days at camp, the initiatives and challenges presented are designed to become increasingly challenging. Each challenge builds upon the skills the team learned in the previous days working together. We have a pair of trained Challenge Course facilitators on the course with the teens to help them better understand and experience important lessons such as navigating adversity, building trust, forgiveness, and looking toward the future.

Challenge Course - Communication

Trust Building

Challenge Course - Teambuilding

Team Building


Full Of Adventure



Campers enjoy the serentity of the Pacific Northwest



Focus and patience as campers explore archery


Giant Swing

Experience a moment of freefall on the giant swing Mentorship

Teenagers who attend camp become eligible to participate in our mentoring program.. is designed to help campers strengthen the relationships with their counselors from camp. We want to help teenagers develop trust and the life skills they need as they prepare for adulthood.

Along with mentoring, we also have quarterly “Camper Reunions” where previous campers and camp staff come together for food, fun and fellowship. At Teen Reach, our desire is for there to be a consistent presence of people involved in these young men and women's lives to provide them HOPE and encouragement for the future.

All teens who attend camp are eligible to participate in the mentoring program; however, this mentorship is available provided we have sufficient mentors to match to the teens. If we are unable to match a teen, they are still eligible to attend all Teen Reach "Camper Reunions."

Camp Schedule 2024

Girls Camp - July 2024

July 19, 2024 - July 21, 2024

Boys Camp - July 2024

July 26, 2024 - July 28, 2024

Girls Camp Team

2023 Girls Camp Volunteers

Boys Camp Team

2023 Boys Camp Volunteers

Contact Us

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out.
Camp Directors

Directors: Daniel & Kate Holland

Camp Co-Directors

Assistant Directors: Stephen & Corissa Olson