Camp Waluhili, our flagship camp since 1949, is nestled on 219 acres along the shores of Fort Gibson Lake, 45 minutes east of Tulsa. Overnight accommodations for groups of 60-150 are available in 11 air-conditioned cabins, complete with 8-10 bunk beds, indoor restroom, table, and a central fireplace. Outside most cabins is a covered porch, picnic table, fire ring, and nearby shower house. Common areas include a spacious Dining Hall with commercial kitchen that can seat up to 150 people, a tree house, and multiple rustic, screened-in meeting rooms. Camp Waluhili is available April through November.
Camp Okiwanee is located near Sapulpa, OK on 40 acres. The climate-controlled Bartlett House includes 16 bunk beds, a domestic kitchen, and a restroom with showers. The Bartlett House porch is screened in with ceiling fans and lighting. Outside the Bartlett House is a 1/3 mile community labyrinth perfect for reflection activities. The Main Lodge boasts original hardwood floors and rock walls from the 1940’s, and provides ample room for indoor activities such as meetings or banquets. There are also two outdoor pavilions with picnic tables, one containing two charcoal grills and an elevated fire pit. A small screened-in room is also available. Camp Okiwanee is available year-round.
Rental rates are priced per day and may be customized to fit unique programs and user group needs. Non-Profit rates are available. For more information, contact the Camp Fire office at 918-592-2267 or complete the below information form.
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