Camp Koinonia has wonderful options to compliment your existing program. Everything you see below will be made available to your group as long as the season permits. Some have an additional fee, but most are completely free.
Our heated pool is open June 1 - September 15. We provide several times to swim, including an onsite lifeguard. Additional swim sessions may result in an extra fee.
Our pond offers children the opportunity to practice kayaking in a safe and controlled atmosphere. A trained lifeguard is present and all guests must wear life jackets. Funyaks are available June 1 - September 15.
We love the snow at Camp Koinonia and we have a perfect hill for your group. We provide 7 tubes on-site and you are welcome to bring your own!
We have 3 pits around our camp that can burn wood in the off-season and propane during burn bans. Regardless of the time of year, you can gather around a warm fire at Camp Koinonia.
We have space to host around 10 horses on-site, including stables and a training ring. We don’t have horses for groups to rent, but you can contract with Camp Wahoo September 15 - June 1 in the off-season.
Our professional, organized Food Service Director will work with you to provide excellent meals for your group. We serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner and can serve sack lunches and snacks as needed. We also meet the needs of your group regarding allergies and dietary restrictions.
We have wonderful carved out hiking trails that wrap and wind around our camp. Take your group for a night hike with flashlights or a morning walk as the sun rises!
This hilarious game brings foosball to life. Groups jump into the court and begin sliding, kicking and laughing while trying to score a goal!
Our swim pond is fed by a natural spring. It is perfect for a cool dip or for throwing a pole to catch big fish! Groups can also utilize it for chapel services or morning meditation.
Our traditional gaga ball pit is ready for dozens of crazy games. This simple game is played by trying to avoid getting touched by the ball below your knees while trying to swat the ball with your hands.