All are welcome at Camp Latgawa


At the convergence of the south fork of Little Butte Creek and Latgawa Creek sits a magical place: Camp Latgawa. Located 34 miles northeast of Medford, Oregon, in the Siskiyou Rogue National Forest, Camp Latgawa is nestled in a year-round canopy of white and black oak, Douglas fir, ponderosa pine and the site director’s favorite tree, the Madrone.

Latgawa Creek provides a beautiful waterfall with a waterslide that runs into a natural swimming pond. Further along the trail, campers can hike to the pinnacle with a stop at the Latgawa soda springs. Inside the camp is a large swimming pool, gaga ball court, archery range, meeting areas and a stone-lined Labyrinth.

Available accommodations include rustic bunk-style sleeping cabins, a dormitory-style building, other cottages and cabins with a variety of amenities including shared baths and central heat or even an outside deck for creek-side meetings. Groups can have chapel time, practice meditation or hold workshops in Uncle Joe’s, our separate activities building, Dolph dining hall provides meals in a rustic setting with a large wood-burning fireplace, coffee bar and activity area. Camp Latgawa can accommodate gluten free and vegetarian diets with freshly made meals.

Come celebrate Easter with us (information here) or join us for the return of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival Retreat. Sign your kids up for summer camp or contact us about booking your group for an event this summer or even next year: 541-826-9699 or latgawa@gocamping.org.

Camp Latgawa strives to offer welcoming hospitality in a natural setting with great food, fellowship and the wonders that only nature can provide. All are welcome at Camp Latgawa.

Danny Lange, Site Director, Camp Latgawa