Walla Walla: Recreation/Leisure

Special Olympics
Toll Free: (800) 752-7559
Provides training and competition opportunities for developmentally disabled youth in 19 Olympic-style sports, including aquatics, athletics, bowling, gymnastics, soccer, etc.

Boy Scouts of America
19 E Poplar
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Phone: (509) 525-7578 (Nelson Hatch)
Toll Free: (800) 821-4939
Core programs build integrity, honesty, leadership in fun learning environment. "Learning for Life" program based on SCANS skills to help schools develope stronger entry-level workforce at completion of High School. 3 resident camps.

Camp Fire Boys and Girls
414 S Park
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Phone: (509) 525-3180
Email: wwcouncl@bmi.net
Camp Fire provides education/recreation opportunities for youth through the club program, self reliance programs, resident and day camps, after-school care and short-term programs.

Community Center for Youth
Meets in old Armory Building / PO Box 2291
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Phone: (509) 526-2571
Email: ccy@highspeed.com
Teen activity center for middle and high school students who are enrolled in school. Youth Navigators support groups, blues lab, recreation activities, arts. Numerous community partners involved with program activities.

Girl Scouts - Mid Columbia
8468 W Gage Blvd
Kennewick, WA 99336
Phone: (509) 783-7721
Toll Free: (800) 967-8113
Web: www.girlscoutsmcc.com
Contemporary leadership program in which girls learn responsibility, explore areas of interest, meet new friends, gain self-esteem, provide community service and learn value of kindness and diversity. Ages up to 17.

Walla Walla Parks and Recreation
PO Box 478
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Phone: (509) 527-4527 (Andy Coleman, Recreation Supervisor)
Email: acoleman@ci.walla-walla.wa.us
Partner in Community Center for Youth, offering recreational activities on drop-in basis. Also sponsors dances, battle of bands, arts, sports and swimming pool.

WSU Extension - 4-H Youth Development Program
328 W Poplar
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Phone: (509) 527-3260 (Jeanie Fulton, 4-H Coordinator)
Email: fulton@cahe.wsu.edu
Traditional 4-H program, livestock showing and home economics. Workshops according to youth interest including camp, horse camp and dog obedience classes. Teen 4-H conference.

340 S Park
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Phone: (509) 525-8863 (Susan Anfinson, Youth and Family Director)
Email: Susana@wwymca.org
Sponsors day outings for teens, extensive fitness programs, computer access. America Reads/Counts tutoring program. Scholarships available for memberships.

213 S 1st. Street
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Phone: (509) 525-2570 (Anne Marie Schwerin, Executive Director)
Women's and family shelter, support group for teen sexual assault survivors, Mariposa group for middle school girls to promote good decision making in a culturally appropriate manner. Family centered activities. Ice rink with affordable admission, lessons and daycare. Mentors throughout community. Bilingual staff and counseling.