About Us

Location:   Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest; 35 miles east of Medford, Oregon off Hwy 140. 

Setting: We are located in a beautiful wooded area of the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest. Two gentle flowing creeks and giant Douglas Firs, Pines and Madrones provide a shaded and peaceful setting just 35 miles east of Medford, Oregon.

Features: Camp Latgawa offers activities for all ages, some of the favorites are:   our natural waterfall slide, hiking and backpacking trails, archery, volleyball, ping pong, basketball, fishing, horseshoes, swimming in our solar heated pool and our new meditation labyrinth. We pride ourselves on healthy and delicious food, including fresh baked bread!

Facility: Serves groups from 14 - 120 people in simple, but comfortable, dormitory style cabins (some with bathrooms, others with bathhouses a short distance away). There are a variety of inside and outside spaces for meetings and worship. Click here to see a map / layout of the cabins and facilities at Camp Latgawa.

Special Dietary Needs: When communicated in advance, we generally can provide menu items that will accommodate diabetic, vegetarian, gluten-free, lactose intolerant, and vegan needs.  Outside of these, please bring the special food items you require.     Food allergies should always be communicated directly with the site.     There are some complex needs that we may not be able to accommodate.

Site Reservations: Camp Latgawa is available for use by nonprofit, community, and faith-based organizations. Call Camp Latgawa for reservation information and availability.

Volunteer: The Oregon-Idaho camping ministry is built on volunteer service. We all have been given gifts to share for the Body of Christ. What can you do?

Click here to read more about the kinds of volunteers our sites need and what to expect if you volunteer.

Camp & Retreat Ministry Policies for all sites     

U.S. Forest Logo Camp Latgawa is an equal opportunity recreation provider under special use permit with the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest

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A partnership between The Oregon-Idaho Conference of The United Methodist Church
and The Episcopal Diocese of Oregon