Lodging facilities

Camp Koinonia has indoor sleeping accommodations for about 140 people, and 24 RV/Tent Spaces with electrical and water hookups. We have several unique buildings that can meet your needs.



Sleeps 22-24

Complete with 4 separate sleeping areas, indoor bathrooms/showers, the retreat center offers accommodations for 22-24 individuals. Other facility highlights include a large central meeting area, full kitchen, ping pong, foosball and a fireplace. Enjoy the outdoor areas which offer a large front deck, several picnic tables and a fire pit.


Sleeps 64 Total; 4 Cabins at 16 Per Cabin

Our 4 meadow cabins include sleeping for 8-16 in each with a doorway to separate into 2 different cabins. Inside each cabin you will find showers and bathroom facilities, 2 sinks and mirrors for getting ready. These heated cabins are perfect for all groups, especially large youth groups. Just outside your door you will find a deck on each side, a fire pit and a large play field.


Sleeps 48 Total; 4 Cabins at 12 Per Cabin

These cabins are all clustered next to each other and have access to a central bathrooms and shower facilities. One of the 4 cabins also includes a living room, kitchenette, and indoor bathrooms and showers.


Sleeps 2-4

This handicap accessible cabin features three rooms and a private bathroom and shower. Bedroom #1 has a double bed and Bedroom #2 has two twin beds. There is also a small kitchenette and dining table.


Sleeps 16-20; 4 Separate Rooms

Currently under construction, our brand new bunk rooms will be located in our Heritage Circle of cabins. These 4 rooms will each have a double bed and several bunk beds. Guests will utilize the central bathrooms and shower house.


24 Tent & RV Hookups; Hundreds of Camping Spots

Off in its own area of camp, our tent/RV park offers a secluded area to camp, plug in, access water and electric, and hike our 111 acre property. We are also home to several dog sledding events. Our Tent/RV area has several fire pit rings and picnic tables. Another perk of our park is access to heated showers, bathrooms and that it is close enough to our camp grounds for guests who prefer to stay in cabins.



We built our camp to accommodate a wide variety of group. Our small meeting rooms are perfect for presentations and classroom settings. Our large spaces are awesome worship areas, quilting spaces and small events.



Space for 80-200

This brand new facility is simply a large open indoor space. Inside you will find all your AV needs including a projector, movable flatscreen TVs, microphones, speakers and over a hundred chairs. Also inside are bathroom facilities, large fridge, coffee services and an ice machine.


Space for 140 to eat around tables

One of our favorite and most used meeting areas is our lodge. Primarily used for meal service, however groups utilize this space for presentations, worship, game tables or just sitting by the large fireplace.


Space for 30-55

Who doesn’t love a YURT! Groups love utilizing this rustic yurt for worship services, warming up next to the pellet stove or making it their craft space. The yurt is located outside a large field and groups frequently use it as a water station, group meeting area to rest or a chapel.


Space for 12-24 People at Tables; 36 in Chairs

Our 2 annex meeting rooms are perfect for classroom style meetings, presentations or bible studies. They are recently renovated and include a flat screen TV in each for multimedia use. One room has a large conference table and desk and the other has several tables and chairs. Both include a whiteboard and markers for guests use.

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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.