Located in beautiful Koke`e Forest State Park, Camp Sloggett is a rustic and peaceful spot that offers hiking trails, streams, rare vegetation and wildlife. Originally built in 1925 by Henry and Etta Sloggett as a family retreat, the camp served as a getaway for their family and friends. After Henry¹s death in 1938, the Sloggett children generously gave the camp to the YWCA of Kaua`i. In 1993 the camp was put on the Registry of National Historic Sites. Today Camp Sloggett is the site for many programs run by the YWCA, is rented to groups as a unit, and offers accommodations for individual campers.
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For reservations or more information please call (808) 245-5959 ext. 253 or email Julia@ywcakauai.org.
Previous camper comments:
“I stayed at Camp Sloggett recently as part of a group meditation retreat. I just wanted to thank you for keeping this camp going and in good shape. I’ve stayed here a number of times over the years and always enjoyed the beauty and peace there.
So a big Mahalo to you and those responsible for Camp Sloggett.”