Welcome to Camp Koinonia

After you have had a chance to look around and possible come and visit, consider utilizing this document which contains information for User Groups, camp rules, camp maps and expectations of all guests. This document is here to assist adult leaders.

Located in Central Washington, Camp Koinonia is surrounded by the Cascade Mountains with 111 acres to explore.

With a rich history of campers, retreaters, camp staff, volunteers and donors, Camp Koinonia provides guests with a unique experience in the woods. Surrounded by 111 acres of tall pines and towering mountains, Koinonia offers a rustic hideaway with several perks.

Some of our site attractions include a heated swimming pool, pond for funyaks and fishing, full service dining hall, fire pits, horse stables, a yurt, and miles of hiking trails. When it comes to putting your head to the pillow, we offer indoor sleeping accommodations for 144 guests in heated buildings. We have recently remodeled almost every building with new bunks and mattresses. We have a retreat center with games and a large living area. We have two large meeting spaces where we eat and where several groups meet for worship or quilting!

One of the greatest aspects of camp is the staff. Our God loving, fun having, energetic staff will meet the needs of your group. Whether it be an early morning coffee run, a quick fix, setting up an outdoor movie, or helping meet a dietary restriction need, we are here to serve you and we will bend over backwards to make sure you have everything you need.

This camp is God’s camp and we welcome all non-profit groups to utilize our facilities and make it a home away from home for a week, weekend, or summer camp experience!



509.304.9541 (Call/Text)




850 Camp Koinonia Lane Cle Elum WA 98922

Available for rent

Year Round Rental Facility for Not-for-Profit Groups and their Friends and Family.



We are a year round camp and retreat set apart for spiritual growth, camping, recreation, and training. We are open to non profit agencies as recognized by their IRS 501 (3) c status.

People of all ages, who come from varied backgrounds find themselves drawn to this set apart place.

The land was originally purchased in 1958 by the Church of the Brethren for a Christian camp. The first building on the grounds was the Heritage Cabin #2. The original Lodge structure was built in 1962 and since been expanded and renovated in 2008.

Additional cabins were added in 1975 and since been renovated. Leadership facilities and Retreat Center were added in the late sixties and early seventies. A new set of cabins were added in 2005. A yurt was added in 2006. Additional meeting space was added in 2008 and many other areas were renovated. In 2017, cabin interiors were renovated with new flooring and several updates.


camp staff

Our creative and hardworking team help make your event or retreat an experience to remember. We will meet the needs of your group and provide radical hospitality.


Kevin Eichhorn

Camp Director

I was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois and recently lived in Columbus, Ohio with my wife Jackie and son Miles. We recently welcomed a second son, Theodore and live on-site at camp. We enjoy playing board games, trivia, hiking trips, and visiting family. I have served in ministry for 10 years and recently in camp ministry for the previous 4 years.

My goal at Camp Koinonia is to constantly think of how we can model Christ’s example while serving thousands of people each year.

Email: director@campkoinonia.org

Cell: 509.304.9541

Melissa Hinton

Melissa Hinton

Food Services Director

Growing up in the Seattle area, my family has always been involved in the ministry of camp Koinonia.  I worked at camp every summer through high school. Hospitality and service are my calling and I am honored to live out this calling. I love the variety and uniqueness of our user groups and the positive impact of fellowship and community built by being at camp.

My goal as the Director of Food Services Is to partner in the success of every camp retreat by providing excellent meals and service for our guests.  I look forward to adding new recipes and menus to the Koinonia kitchen!  

E-mail: foodservice@campkoinonia.org


Paul Arbramowski

Assistant Camp Director

I was born in Minnesota and raised in Illinois. I moved to Cle Elum in 2008 with my family. I enjoy mountain biking, snowboarding, swimming and video games. I enjoy working with my hands around camp. I enjoy utilizing our heavy equipment in order to beautify our camp.

My main goal in this position is to create a place for people to come to Christ.

E-mail: facilities@campkoinonia.org


Juliana Rottler

Food Services coordinator

I was born in Ukraine and adopted at the age of two by my wonderful parents, and Iived in Summer, Washington until I was eight, We then moved to Ellensburg (my four sisters, brother and parents) where we lived on a farm, raised our own food, and had just about any animal you can think of. I did 4-H for 6 years and FFA for 1 year, showing pigs and dairy cows. I enjoy hiking, snowboarding, riding horses and water skiing and many more outdoor activities. I am very excited to be part of this God-loving team!! 

Jason Hinton


I began serving at Camp Koinonia in December of 2017. I enjoy art and working with other people. My favorite aspect of serving at camp is working with my hands and living on-site.

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