Our traditional, screen-window cabins can sleep up 16 people at Camp Seafarer and 14 at Camp Sea Gull. Each cabin comes with up to eight sets of bunk beds as well as a small, indoor, picnic-style table.
There are lockers to safely stow your belongings. Each cabin has a large bathroom area with sinks, shower stalls and private bathrooms.
Each cabin has an outdoor picnic table and charcoal grill. Cabins do not have any kitchen features.
These are open-air cabins with large shutter style, screened-in windows. These cabins are not climate controlled.
Some of our cabins face the river and all have front porches and clotheslines.
We have over a mile of shoreline on the Neuse River, a long pier, and a small beach. You are welcome to bring small boats, such as Sunfish, canoes, kayaks or stand-up paddleboards to use on the Neuse or our canoe lake.
On land, we have tennis courts, tetherball, basketball courts, 9-holes of golf (through Oct. 31) and open fields and spaces for play. You are welcome to bring any and all sports gear to play including bikes.
While there is plenty to do at our Camps, we are located in one of the most beautiful parts of North Carolina. Oriental, Tryon Palace, New Bern, Croatan National Forest, Pine Cliff Recreation Area, Cedar Island are close by. The North Carolina Ferry System is a fun way to spend an afternoon on the water. Morehead City, Atlantic Beach and Beaufort are within easy driving distances as well.
Linens, kitchens, sports gear, boats, canoes, kayaks, SUPs, personal floatation devices, meals, planned activities. Please keep all pets at home.
You may reserve a cabin for between one and 14 nights. Rates are per night. Available through Nov. 15.
$67 per night, YMCA Members
$75 per night, Program Participants
There is a minimum age of 25 to rent. Cancellations 48 hours before the first night are fully refundable. Cancellations less than 48 hours before the first night will not receive a refund. If Camp closes due to weather, all rental fees are refunded.
You can fill out an interest form here and a Camp staff member can answer any questions.