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Suttle Lake Camp
29551 Suttle Lake Rd.
Sisters, OR 97759 (541-595-6663)
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|Suttle Lake Camp is an equal opportunity recreation provider under special use permit with the Sisters Ranger District of the Deschutes National Forest|
Central Oregon Cascades, 14 miles west of Sisters, Oregon on Hwy 20/22.
The Central Oregon Cascades area is renowned for its sunny weather, mountain peak vistas, ponderosa pine forests, clear lakes and streams, and many year-round recreational opportunities.
Nestled on the eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountains 14 miles west of Sisters, Suttle Lake Camp is a special place where the vivid green of Western Oregon mingles with the sunny beauty of the eastern part of the state. Rich in plant and wildlife communities, Suttle Lake is a natural place to explore God’s creation and experience Christ’s love in a caring community. Recreation abounds here! Enjoy hiking amongst the tall trees, swimming, laughing with new and old friends, taking a canoe or kayak ride along the lakeshore, the thrill of inner-tubing down the creek, creating a craft, or playing volley ball. Suttle Lake offers great opportunities for fun, fellowship, songs, and Christian growth in small and large groups. Some events also have opportunities for rafting or horseback riding. (ACA accredited)
Housing is available for groups of 20 to 160 in 2 lodges and 20 cabins (12 cabins winterized for year-round use). Nutritious and delicious meals provided. Groups under 40 may do own cooking in Wesley Meadow Lodge.
Click here to see a map / layout of the facilities at Suttle Lake Camp.
Click here to read the synopsis of Suttle Lake’s vision for future upgrades.
Special Dietary Needs:
When communicated in advance, we generally can provide menu items that will accommodate diabetic, vegetarian, gluten-free, lactose intolerant, and vegan needs. Outside of these, we need you to bring the special food items you require.
Food allergies should always be communicated directly with the site.
There are some complex needs that we may not be able to accommodate.
The Oregon-Idaho camping ministry has been built on volunteer service. We all have been given gifts to share for the Body of Christ. What can you do? Click here to read more about the kinds of volunteers our sites need and what to expect if you volunteer. Click here to find the link: Apply to volunteer at Suttle Lake Camp.
For more information about Suttle Lake Camp, visit http://suttlelake.gocamping.org/index.htm.