Welcome to Camp Latgawa!

    Summer 2021 Update

Camp Latgawa offers activities for all ages, some of the favorites are: a natural waterfall slide and swimming hole, hiking and backpacking trails, volleyball, ping pong, basketball, horseshoes, a meditation labyrinth and swimming in our solar heated pool. 

Our bunk/dormitory style facilities are heated and have restrooms and showers either in the cabin or nearby. There are a variety of inside and outside spaces for meetings and worship. 

We are proud to serve home cooked, family-style meals in our cozy dining hall, including homemade breads/desserts and fresh salads. We pride ourselves on healthy and delicious, scratch-made food, including fresh-baked bread!

Also... as of November 2018, Camp Latgawa was accredited by the American Camp Association! We are very proud of this accomplishment and are pleased to display the ACA Accredited logo at our camp. Read more about what this means here:

Why We Choose to be ACA-accredited and What It Takes

Upcoming Events

Title Dates
Choose Your Own Adventure - Multigenerational Camp 7/16/2021 - 7/19/2021
Choose Your Own Adventure - Multigenerational Camp 7/30/2021 - 8/2/2021
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News

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Making new friends is a foundational activity at camp, and also, it turns out, a great way to change the world.

Camp and Retreat E-News April 28: Oregon State Camp Guidelines | Bird Songs! | Blessings Report | A No-(Bird)Brainer!

This week's camping e-News is for the birds--and we mean that in a good way!

Camp and Retreat E-News April 121: What’s Ahead for CRM? | Note About Our Email Server | Everyone Needs Camp! | Blessings Report | Joy of Stewardship

There's lots happening: trillium is blooming, fiddleheads are unfurling, and we're dreaming about the future!
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