Welcome to Camp Latgawa!

Camp Latgawa offers activities for all ages, some of the favorites are: a natural waterfall slide and swimming hole, hiking and backpacking trails, archery, 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
Spring Volunteer Work Days 3/30/2019 - 5/4/2019
Leadership & Counselor Training 4/5/2019 - 4/7/2019
Ready, Set, Discover! 6/23/2019 - 6/26/2019
Discovery Week 6/23/2019 - 6/29/2019
Shakespeare Retreat 7/9/2019 - 7/14/2019
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News

Camp and Retreat E-News:Discover How Executive Director Todd Bartlett Experiences Wonder at Camp

This week we begin our year-long journey on values by exploring Wonder. Part of what I believe the directors and I sensed is that there is so much that has been...

Camp and Retreat E-News: Camp and Retreat Ministries Share Their Thoughts On Values for 2019

For 2019 the directors and I will be writing about values. Each director looked at a list of values and were asked to select seven that guide their work.

Camp and Retreat E-News: Give the Gift of Camp

With 2019 right around the corner, all events are now open for registration!
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