Camp Battleship

Camp Battleship youth overnight program:

Open to all youth groups, our overnight Camp Battleship Program is a fun memorable experience aboard Battleship IOWA Museum Los Angeles. The evening adventure includes a tour, dinner on the mess decks, flag ceremony, sleeping in real sailor bunks, and breakfast in the morning.  Program is suitable for all ages and groups including Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, YMCA Adventure Guides, Young Marines, Sea Cadets, JROTC groups, church groups, and many others.  

A overnight adventure aboard Battleship IOWA Museum Los Angeles is one to remember!


Join Battleship IOWA Museum for an exciting night of fun with “Camp Battleship” youth overnight program.  The popular youth overnight program is open year-round aboard Battleship IOWA Museum and includes a STEAM oriented tour, chow on the mess decks, evening entertainment, and much more.  Above all, participants will create life-long memories aboard Los Angeles’s historic Naval ship.

The Battleship IOWA Museum Camp Battleship Overnight program can accomodate groups of all sizes up to 200 per evcening.  Past participant groups include scouts, adventure guides, churches, JROTC, military groups, schools programs, and even kids sailing to Catalina for overnight excursions. 

Campers will have a fun, memorable and educational experience!

Participation in a full schedule of tours & activities
Overnight accomodations on the ship sleeping in a berth in the enlisted crew quarters
Inside information on the ship’s history, including her life at sea
Participation in a full schedule of tours and activitivies
Experience meals in the Enlisted Mess Deck after you enjoy a full-motion flight theater experience

For more information or to make “Camp Battleship” reservations, please call:
877-446-9261 ext. 706

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