Summer Camps

Click here to see a list of summer events and offerings for youth!

Are you looking for a camp to send your child to where they will learn, explore, and grow in faith? Where they will experience God’s love through the beauty of creation and the relationships they build with new friends and caring mentors? Where they will not only have fun, but also learn skills and values that will carry them forward through life? You’ve come to the right place.

We are committed to providing quality experiences and a safe environment. Suttle Lake Camp’s American Camp Association accreditation means that it annually undergoes a thorough (up to 300 standards) review of its operation and program with a keen eye for safety and quality.

Suttle Lake Camp sits on the eastern side of the Central Cascades where the vivid green of Western Oregon mingles with the sunny beauty of the East.

To view a map and directions, click here.

To register your child for a camp, click here.


Day in the Life of a Camper 
(This is a sample schedule, please note that each camp individualizes their schedule to reflect age appropriateness.) 

7 am: Wake-up
8 am: Breakfast
9 am: Morning worship
10 am: Boating, swimming, crafts, tie-dye, or other activities
11 am: Age-appropriate, faith-based activity
Noon: Lunch
1 pm: Rest
2:00 pm: Waterfront activities
3:30 pm:  Age-appropriate, faith-based activity
4:30 pm: Short hike or an Environmental Education Experience
5:30 pm: Dinner
6:30 pm: Field games
8:00 pm: Campfire
8:45 pm: Daily Reflections and Prayers in Cabin Groups
Bedtime – Varies, so appropriate to age group


The Suttle Lake Camp Experience

While each camp program is unique, there are a number of things that each camper who comes to Suttle Lake Camp will experience!


To register your child for a camp, click here.

If you have any questions, please contact director Jane Petke at 541-595-6663 or suttlelake@gocamping.org, or contact registrar Geneva Cook at 503-802-9210 or geneva@gocamping.org.

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