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  • Fanning Hall

    Fanning Hall is the hub of Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp. During the summer, it is the center of meal time, laughter, and connection. Fanning Hall is where retreat groups have meals made by our on-site chef. The main level can accommodate 150 people with cafeteria style seating, or 100-125 at 8-person round tables.

    Lower Fanning Hall

    Fanning Hall holds additional housing on its lower level. During the summer, it houses the MHKC summer staff and is fondly referred to as the “CS Apartment.” This lodge is ideal for smaller rental groups with 6 rooms and lodging for 26 people with dormitory-style sleeping. Lower Fanning includes a small apartment style living area with a full kitchen.
    Lodging Details / Fanning Hall
  • Cy Lodge

    Cy Lodge is a large, cozy lodge where female campers from Main Camp and Trip and Travel sleep during summer camp. Cy Lodge comfortably sleeps 45 people on two levels. Cy Lodge has a fireplace, full kitchen, couches, tables, an iPod stereo system, foosball, a piano, and a flat screen TV with a DVD player.
    Lodging Details / Cy Lodge
  • Pool & Bathhouse

    The MHKC pool is a state-of-the-art accessible pool. It ranges from 3 to 6 feet and includes both stairs and a zero entry ramp that enables individuals to gently enter the pool from wheelchair to poolchair. During the summer program, there are two certified lifeguards on duty at all times. Campers must either pass a required swim test or wear lifejackets in the deep end. For retreat groups, MHKC does not provide a lifeguard or aquatics personnel, however it is required that groups who choose to use the pool provide at least two trained and lifeguards.
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  • Yurt

    The yurt is a circular domed tent that sleeps 8-10 people. In the summer months, it houses MHKC counselors. During the rental season, it is an option for a small amount of additional housing when weather permits.
    Lodging Details / Cabins & Yurt
  • Stage and Costume Shed

    The stage is a focal point of MHKC each summer. During the famous Thursday night barbecues, campers perform skits and songs for other campers, staff, counselors, family, friends, and Kiwanians. The stage area is an ideal meeting place for retreat groups’ outdoor programs- lectures, song nights, campfire programs, etc.
    Photo Gallery / Stage
  • Staff Cabin

    This cabin is reserved for staff who work on-site and is not available for renting.
  • Cottage Cabin

    This cozy little cabin sleeps up to six people and does not have its own bathroom.
    Lodging Details / Cabins & Yurt
  • Director's Cabin

    This quaint open cabin sleeps up to four people and has its own bathroom. This is the Program Director’s summer housing.
    Lodging Details / Cabins & Yurt
  • Art Storage

    This building holds all the glitter, tie-dye, pom poms, and paint you can imagine.

    Laundry

    Used for summer program only.
  • Laurel Lodge

    During the summer months at camp, historic Laurel Lodge is the arts and crafts headquarters for campers. The maximum day use occupancy for Laurel Lodge is 90, with the adjacent sleeping space, Hemlock Lodge, sleeping 45 people. Hemlock has dormitory-style sleeping quarters that are separate from the lodge and connected by a covered porch. Laurel has a kitchen and a large living area with a rustic fireplace, as well as an open loft, making this lodge a renter favorite.
    Lodging Details / Laurel Lodge
  • Hemlock Lodge

    Hemlock Lodge sleeps 40 people and has dormitory-style quarters that are connected to Laurel Lodge via a covered porch. Hemlock hosts our male campers from Main Camp and Trip and Travel.
  • Maintenance Shed and Logistics

    We do all maintenance and repairs in this building to keep MHKC running! This area is off-limits since there is heavy equipment and can be dangerous.
  • Welcome Center | Camp Office

    The Welcome Center is the Camp’s year-round onsite office and the check-in location for our rental groups. Our Campsite and Facilities Director and Asst. Director as well as our Camp Rentals Coordinator work out of this space.
  • Parking Lot

    The parking lot holds an estimated 30-40 cars. We highly recommend carpooling for large groups.
  • Adventure Course

    The adventure course consists of a 32 foot rock wall, two zip lines, a tight-rope- like stream crossing, a “flying squirrel” capable of lifting campers 40 feet off the ground, and also low elements. Each group attends the adventure program at least once during their stay at camp. We have two trained adventure course facilitators as part of our program staff who ensure safety and fun for our campers while on and around the elements. During the rental season, we partner with Synergo to provide groups with a custom adventure course facilitation package, working with their group goals and budget. To inquire about the adventure course availability and pricing, please contact Synergo at 503.746.6646.
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  • Jim Doig Cabin

    The Jim Doig Cabin is our most recent addition to Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp. This cabin is a lovely two bedroom lodge with a kitchen, full bathroom, living room, and wrap around deck overlooking the Little Zigzag River. It comes equipped with towels, linens, TV, and Blu-Ray.
    Lodging Details / The Jim Doig Cabin
  • Upper Barlow

    Upper Barlow includes several platforms for tents we use in the summer for Camp.  From here you can walk up the last .25 of US 26 to the trailhead for Little Zigzag Falls.
  • Horse Corral & Barn

    Every summer, MHKC campers ride four thoughtfully chosen horses. Our trained riding facilitators lead our campers on short interactive “pony” walks around our arena. In addition, we have a specially designed adaptive horse saddle for participants who need extra support. Campers also get a chance to groom, paint, and learn more about horses.
    Photo Gallery / Horses