List of things to bring to camp:

Click Here for a printable pdf version of “things to bring to camp.”

  • Sleeping Bag, Air Mattress/Foam Pad, and Pillow. Cot is okay too.
  • Workout Clothes and Sweats—enough for 6 days of running
  • Socks (2 pairs per day)
  • Shirts, Pants, Shorts, Jog Bras, & Underwear.
  • Warm Clothes–jacket, sweatshirt, hat, warm pants, and raingear (it can be cool and moist on the Oregon Coast in the summer).
  • Bathing Suit and Towel(s)
  • Flip flops, water shoes (plenty of time at the river and beach)
  • Personal Toiletries
  • Insect Repellent
  • Flashlight (with new batteries)
  • 2 Water Bottles (32 oz each) or Camel Pack and Cup (for drinking hot and cold liquids)
  • Small Backpack
  • Dirty Clothes Bag
  • “Post-run” snacks, energy bars, etc.

*Notice:  We will be spending a lot of time at various beaches along the Coast.  It can be relatively cool compared to what you are used to.  Please bring plenty of warm clothes.

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Melody’s Email:

Melody’s Phone: (303) 818-8063

Ultimook e-mail:

Camp Host Cell Phone: (503) 812 – 9190

Camp Office Phone: (503) 815- 3762

Camp Office Fax: (503) 815 – 9326


Passion – Courage – Commitment – Resilience




Week 1, July 5 to July 10

Girls camp, ages 12-18, will be treated to a one-of-a-kind running immersion experience. Each camper discovers her own true north, through guided writing, meditation and breathing exercises. We strengthen our running will and hone our grit muscle with challenging team and individual training runs. We learn how to support the running journey through talks from experts on nutrition and sports psychology. This camp speaks to the wise-woman within, who wants to pause and take notice of the energy around and within her, to inform her next step on the journey.

Week 2 & 3, July 26 to Aug. 1 & Aug. 2 to Aug. 8

Co-ed camps, ages 12-18.  Featuring two weeks of original Ultimook camps.  The Ultimook’s mission is to develop long distance runners in both mind and body.  We offer a REAL cross country experience with a unique mixture of beautiful runs, great training, knowledgeable speakers, and team building challenges called the Sasquatch Games. Each day will bring a different type/variety of training runs, races, and challenges in a variety of terrains—sand, hills, trails, cross country, etc.  with a heavy emphasis on developing character, leadership, and teamwork.


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