Food is an integral part of Suttle Lake Camp’s ministry. We nurture guests with healthy, home-cooked meals tailored to your group’s needs. As a good steward of the earth and the local community, Suttle Lake Camp uses organic ingredients and supports local businesses whenever possible. We are able to accommodate nearly all dietary needs, especially if they are communicated in advance. We are experienced in accommodating diabetic, vegetarian, gluten-free, lactose intolerant, nut-free, and vegan needs. Let us know about any dietary needs in your group by contacting the director.

If your group wishes to experience the fellowship of cooking together, Wesley Meadow Lodge has a full kitchen outfitted to serve 40 or fewer.


Suttle Lake Camp offers a number of built-in recreation features your group can enjoy while at camp. Your reservation of camp includes access to a volleyball court, outdoor chapels, campfire areas, a grassy field, hiking trails, outdoor activity pavilions, and snowshoes. For an additional cost, we also offer instruction and supervision in a number of specialized activities.

Eager to build teamwork? Challenge yourselves with the low-ropes course.

Like to get wet? Go swimming, inner tubing, or try your hands on sit-on-top kayaks and traditional canoes. Interested in testing your aim? Try out the archery range. And in the winter, don’t forget to try out the onsite snow tubing run!

If you’re an explorer at heart, you’re in luck! Suttle Lake Camp is located in one of the largest recreation hubs of Oregon. Within easy driving distance, guests can go fly fishing or rock climbing, visit the Three Sisters Wilderness area, go skiing at Hoodoo ski resort (just an easy ten-minute drive!), explore lava tubes, shop in the famous boutiques of Sisters, relax at the beautiful headwaters of the Metolius River, and more!

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A partnership between The Oregon-Idaho Conference of The United Methodist Church
and The Episcopal Diocese of Oregon