Reserve the Facilities at Camp K

webcoverphotoCamp K on Kenai Lake provides one of Alaska’s best natural settings; a getaway where you can unplug, explore the beautiful wild world around you, learn outdoor skills, and have fun. The camp sits on the shores of Kenai Lake in Cooper Landing, and includes more than 160 forested acres, a half-mile-long beach, and access to many hiking trails.

The camp facilities have been recently redeveloped with brand new cabins that can sleep up to 80 people; a large community dining hall with a gorgeous stone fireplace and fully updated commercial kitchen; a waterfront with stunning views and a sauna; a large activity field for group games and sports; and outdoor stage and fire circle;  flush toilets and hot showers; and a new health center.

Camp K’s facilities are available for rental by community groups between mid May and the end of September. Between June and August, Camp Fire can provide some staffing and programming, as well.

Rental rates vary depending on a variety of factors including group size, facilities needed, time of year, and any facilitated camp activities you may choose.  To learn more and discuss how Camp K might fit your needs, contact Katie Adrian at 907-257-8825 or kadrian@campfireak.org.

Facilitated Activities Available for Rentals:
These activities are subject to additional fees and availability of staff (to be determined based on date/time of rental, group size and amount of programming requested.)
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Waterfront: Led by a certified lifeguard
Swimming, kayaking, canoeing, sauna

Target Sports: Led by a certified instructor
Archery, Blow Darts, Slingshots, Air Rifles, Atlatls
Teambuilding and Challenge Activities
Activities to build group cooperation and communication skills, practice constructive methods of group problem solving, and guided debrief and reflection
Outdoor Education: Led by a certified Alaska Master Naturalist
Guided Hikes, Local Plant & Wildlife Ecology, OUtdoor Living Skills, Geocaching, Leave No Trace
Arts & Crafts
Leather Work, Wood Burning, Paracord Bracelets, Tie Dye
Campfire Activities
Get to know each other activities, Camp Songs, Campfire Stories, S’mores

Activity Spaces Available for Rentals (Not facilitated, no additional fee)
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 Stage & Seating Area  /  Large Activity Field  /  Beach  /  Hiking Trails  /  Dining Hall with Fireplace & Reading Nook  /  Creative Arts Pavilion  /  Wrap Around Lodge Porch  / Covered Porches on Each Cabin  / Yurt  / Moose Cabin (one of the original rustic cabins)

Recommended Local Outfitters
Alaska Rivers Company
Alaska Horsemen Trail Adventures 

Our partner/rental groups have included:

The Board Room
Identity
AK Child & Family
American Diabetes Association
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America
Central Peninsula Hospital
Denali Family Services
Girl Scouts Susitna Council
Grace Christian School
National Military Family Association
Southcentral Foundation