Winter Retreat is held during the holiday weekends in January and February each year. Campers are able to explore MHKC and the outdoors in the snow! The fun-filled weekend consists of snowshoeing through Camp, snow tubing, group and team-building games, arts and crafts, cooking, and of course, more time playing in the snow. Throughout the weekend, Campers get the unique experience to be in the kitchen, learning to prepare and cooking meals with the guidance from Staff. Winter Retreat offers a more independent program with a 2:1 ratio.
WHO CAN ATTEND WINTER RETREAT?
We are inviting any and all alumni campers who are eligible to be in a more independent program. Our January Retreat is designed for ages 12 years and older while or February Winter Retreat is only for ages 18 years and older. Due to the nature of winter weather, snow and ice, Campers must be able to navigate through winter weather with minimal assistance. For the complete list of eligibility standards, please contact the Programs Director at Kayla@mhkc.org.
WHAT DOES WINTER RETREAT COST?
Winter Retreat costs $514.50 per Camper ($464.50 Tuition and $50.00 Enrollment Processing Fee). Brokerage and Agency payments are accepted.
WHAT IS THE LODGING SITUATION?
Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp is located at 83500 E Kiwanis Camp Rd, Government Camp, OR 97028. Campers will stay inside Cy Lodge in dorm-style sleeping quarters with two bunk beds (4 beds) per-room with living space and bathrooms will be separated by male and female genders. Fanning Hall (dining hall) will be “home base” for all indoor activities and meals. Meal accommodations include gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegetarian options. With all other dietary restrictions, we will ask that you bring your own food. If interested, please contact Kayla Plessinger, Programs Director: Kayla@mhkc.org or 971-230-2931 to receive eligibility standards, application information, and with any questions. Registration opens in Fall each year. Space is limited.
If interested please contact Kayla Plessinger, Programs Director: Kayla@mhkc.org or 971-230-2931 to receive eligibility standards, application, and with any questions.