• Our Philosophy

    We are a non-religious camp, focused on values, being unplugged, friendship and learning what it means to be a worthwhile man through community-building and mentorship.

  • Online Info Sessions

    You’ve looked at all the awesome YouTube videos, and checked out the gallery (shoot Tracy and email if you need a password) but you and your camper still have questions. Join us for a 45-minute Zoom information session where you’ll meet Andy and Tracy, connect with other families and have the opportunity to ask all…

  • Staff

    We say we grow our own at Highlands. For the last decade, only 1-2% of our counseling staff is new to Highlands – 98-99% of our staff is returning! That means that we can focus on giving your son the very best experience possible. Our intergenerational staff includes not only 18-year-old Assistant Counselors (ACs) with…

  • What They Said

    Parents “Our son has had an amazing year at school, due in part to the ego-building summer at Highlands which set him in the mindset to have a successful year.” – parent from Bainbridge Island, WA
 “I’ve joked before that every single day someone in our house is wearing something with the camp logo…today was…

  • Directors

    Third-generation know-how Andy Bachmann is a third-generation Highlands director and has been working with kids and their families his entire adult life. Andy runs our summer program, coordinates hiring, and is proud to help usher the next generation of leaders through his leadership training program for our staff. Creating, safe, fun and challenging opportunities for…

  • Alumni

    Generations of Highlands men are connected by the common bond of camp. Alumni include teachers, doctors, scientists, politicians, actors, coaches, musicians and beyond. And, you’ll find them located in nearly every corner of the world.