Renton, WA Summer Camps

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Day Camp Sand Point
Seattle, WA 98104  
Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling
 
 
Camp Good Times
Seattle, WA 98101  
Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts And
 
 
Camp Fire Usa Day Camps
Sapulpa, OK 98101  
Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping
 
 
Giant Campus
Seattle, WA 98101  
Computer, Counselor Training (CIT), Music
 
 
Northshore Ymca Day Camp
Seattle, WA 98104  
Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and
 

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About Renton, WA

Renton is in King County, Washington, United States. Situated 11 miles southeast of Seattle, Washington, Renton straddles the southeast shore of Lake Washington. Founded in the 1860s, Renton became a supply town for the Newcastle coal fields. The city is now a center of manufacturing and technology companies, such as Boeing, Paccar, and several dot-com companies. The City of Renton's population was 90,927 as of April 1, 2010 United States Census. Renton currently contains the 9th largest population in the state, and 4th largest in King County. The town of Renton was founded as a farming site by Erasmus M. Smithers who discovered coal there and brought in Charles D. Shattuck as coal mine operator. Renton was incorporated as a city in 1901 when coal mining and timber processing were the most important economic industries in the area. The town was prone to flooding from the Cedar and Black Rivers. In 1916 the completion of the Lake Washington Ship Canal lowered the surface of Lake Washington several feet which consequently eliminated drainage of Lake Washington through the Black River. The Cedar River was then diverted to drain into Lake Washington instead of the Black River. The culmination of these actions reduced the threat of annual flooding. The population sharply increased during World War II when Boeing built their Renton Factory to produce the B-29 Superfortress. The factory has...