Our Campus

Windells is fun and safe for campers of all ages!

Windells has more to offer than any other action sports camp. The world renowned campus provides endless entertainment and training opportunities. Our campus is tucked snugly at the base of Mt. Hood, just a short trip from to the best ski areas in the Northwest, away from traffic, the city and distractions of being in town.

Parents can rest easy knowing that Windells campers are supervised around the clock by friendly, helpful, professional staff members. Our campus is private and campers don’t leave camp boundaries unsupervised. Windells is a smoke-free and alcohol-free environment.

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Windells’ campus has plenty of comfortable lodging and a full kitchen. A buffet-style breakfast is prepared every morning, and campers pack a hearty lunch before heading to the mountain. The culinary staff at Windells prepares dinner nightly, catering to vegetarian, vegan or other dietary restrictions.

Cabins are fully furnished and renovated – carpet, beds, wood floors, TVs and surround sound. Campers are supervised overnight by one or two counselors per cabin. Boys and girls are bunked separately. Camp sponsors have the cabins kitted out with all the comfort and amenities campers want after a fun day on hill.


Is considered by the skate board industry as one of the best parks in the World. Windells has over 89,500 square feet of skate friendly terrain. The street course features mini ramps, a concrete bowl, spines and steps, plazas, drops, quarter pipes, a vert ramp, manual pads, and rollers. The Concrete Jungle is the largest and most unique skate park in the Northwest, seen featured in major skate publications and media outlets. Tons of pro skaters from around the world visit Windells throughout the summer.




The Launch Pad consists of two drop ins and two jumps that lead into a 60 x 60 ft. bag jump.  Practice aerial maneuvers with coaches and pros before taking new tricks to snow.


Windells is home to the first “green” dry slope made entirely of environmentally friendly resources; fallen trees from the local land, recycled steel from the Port of Portland, and mSnow. mSnow is an injection-molded 100% recyclable product that allows campers to ride and ski on campus.


Forest Park is a massive dirt pump track, with technical woods, rocks, skinnies, ladders, log drops and more. Campers are welcome to grab a bike and take to the course’s beginner to advanced terrain.


Dexter’s Store is open for campers to browse and shop for the coolest gear from Nike, Dakine, Skull Candy, Neff, Saga, Atmosphere, Santa Cruz, Creature and many more. Pick up amenities needed for a great time at camp – backpacks, sunscreen, lip balm, sunglasses, etc. Windells offers campers a unique opportunity to pick up novelty items not found anywhere else. Loitering isn’t prohibited – it’s encouraged!


The Demo Lab is open for campers to experiment with the newest and best gear from the industry’s most popular brands. Test out any combination of new skis, boards, boots, bindings, decks, trucks, wheels, bikes and safety equipment. Windells staff assist in finding just the right fit for each camper. The tuning center is just outside the Demo Lab to get gear dialed for optimal shredding.


The Courtyard is the grass field at the center of camp. It’s a great place to relax and socialize with new friends. The majority of Windells activities and sponsor nights take place here. The Courtyard is busy with campers roasting smore’s and hot dogs at the campfire, games of horse shoe, tetherball and basketball, and pros signing autographs.