Eliot Institute creates and supports an inclusive community
of celebration, friendship, exploration, relaxation and joy
for Unitarian Universalists, their families and friends.

Who Comes to Eliot?

People young and old come to Eliot, from infants to seniors. Most are from Unitarian Universalist churches in British Columbia, Washington and Oregon.

Our camp is fully accessible to campers of all physical abilities.

Usually 20 or more churches will be represented. Some people come in extended family groups as large as 12, including non-church members. Many others come as singles. The summer conferences usually have around 250 participants and can be as high as 40% children and youth. Winter Eliot is especially popular with young adults. Most campers have attended in the past, but there are always newcomers as well.

Newcomers are always welcome!

Eliot adds so much to our lives. Help us sustain and strengthen this wonderful camp experience.  Grow Eliot 2019 is a four-day event to raise money to enrich our Eliot experience without increasing camp fees.  Click on the "Grow Eliot" logo to donate.


    April 19-22, 2019

Eliot News

==> So much fun, I appreciated the children's program and the variety of events for campers. I especially appreciated the Salish Sea outing, The Last Night Festival activities, the opportunities for making and sharing music, and the existence of a central gathering place for Happy Hour. The whole thing was a really great experience for my daughter and me. Thank you so much!!!
First Time Camper from Washington.