Lynnwood, WA Summer Camps

Results 1-5 of 5 Find Lynnwood, WA Summer Camps for kids & teens and choose your summer camp program: day, overnight & specialty featuring arts and crafts, camping skills/outdoor living, climbing/rappelling, field trips, hiking.
 
Dale Turner Family Ymca
Shoreline, WA  
Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor
 
 
Brinkley
Snohomish, WA  
Traditional Camps: Boy Scouts
 
 
Camp Brinkley Chief Seattle
Snohomish, WA  
Traditional Camps
 
 
Camp Fire Usa Snohomish County Council
Everett, WA  
Traditional Camps
 
 
Camp Omache
Snohomish, WA  
Traditional Camps
 

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About Lynnwood, WA

Lynnwood is a city in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. The population was 35,836 at the 2010 census, making it the fourth largest in Snohomish County and twenty-ninth largest in Washington State. The city is a mix of urban, suburban, small city, crossroads and bedroom community to many professionals who work in Seattle. Lynnwood is known to be the "hub city" of south Snohomish County because of all the retail shopping. Straddling the junction between Interstate 5 and the north end of Interstate 405 in Washington, it is the final tangle of population on the north end of "greater Seattle" before one continues on to other places: Everett, Bellingham, or Vancouver, BC. Its climate is wet and cool, wetter than that of Seattle. The center of the town at 44th Avenue West and 196th Southwest has the usual American panoply of small businesses, strip malls, and retail stores. Outside the commercial center of Lynnwood, to the east and north, lie Alderwood Mall, houses, and portions of the green belt. Lynnwood was officially incorporated on April 23, 1959, from a larger unincorporated area called Alderwood Manor. The area was originally platted, developed, and sold as 1-acre lots designed for raising chickens. Even today you can see many of the original 80 year old homes that were the chicken ranches, and old buildings. Former Masonic Temple built in 1919 still...