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Our Amenities Include:

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  • Facilities for about 100 people
  • Fully equipped commercial kitchen
  • Staff quarters with ADA accessibility
  • Gas fireplace and full deck with lake views in our Lodge
  • Modern showers with ample hot water and clean, modern bathrooms
  • 480 foot deep well that delivers pristine water
  • Private dock on the lake with canoes, paddle boats, row boat, inner tubes and life vests
  • Large fire pit with bench seating and ample firewood (seasonally available according to the Forest Service)
  • Well-groomed hiking trails
  • Basketball court, volleyball, tether ball, horse shoe pits and other sporting equipment and games
  • Large parking lot
  • Experienced camp host
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A map to the Retreat Center from Sisters

A map to the Retreat Center from Salem/Eugene

Please be aware that Google Maps will get you there, but will take you on a very rough section of FS1210 that we do not recommend using. The above maps direct you via a safer route! Please copy or print these instructions before you leave for camp, there is no cell service in most of the area.

Pricing:

Minimum charge per night is $630 for up to 35 people. The charge is $18 per night apiece for more than 35 people.

Room Configuration:

UPPER LODGE ROOMS
PINECONE        12 BEDS
SNOWBERRY   14 BEDS
HOLLYHOCK    12 BEDS
COLUMBINE     14 BEDS
MANZANITA      12 BEDS

TOTAL BEDS    64 BEDS

LOWER LODGE ROOMS
ASPEN ROOM                  12 BEDS
SPEAKERS ROOM             3 BEDS
COTTONWOOD ROOM   12 BEDS
WILLOW ROOM               12 BEDS
COOKS QUARTERS           2 BEDS

TOTAL BEDS                     41 BEDS

Although we technically have 105 beds total, the capacity of the camp is determined by how the camp directors split up boys and girls, or men and women. Most of our sleeping is on bunks that can’t be moved to other rooms (because of county safety regulations), so the room configurations above are permanent.

Wilderness Lakes Retreat operates under a special use permit with
Deschutes National Forest, and is an equal opportunity recreation service provider

07.09.18