A classic “A-frame” built in 1966. It is the social center of Drift Creek Camp. Its large main floor has a stone fireplace, dining area, kitchen, and 2 wheelchair-accessible rooms.
With more than 100 beds and a separate meeting room/chapel, the Lodge is ideal for large groups.
• Alcohol-free, smoking-free, pet-free
• Available year round
• Chapel on the mezzanine level (accommodates up to 100 chairs)
• The first floor has 2 wheelchair-accessible bedrooms, each with:
private bath; 1 queen bed, 1 single bed, and 1 pull-out single sofa
• Second floor (58 beds)
12 carpeted sleeping rooms; 2 shower/restrooms
• Third floor (46 beds)
3 carpeted dorm-style rooms; 2 shower/restrooms
(NOTE: Sleeping space is needed for cooks when DCC provides food service.)
Click here to download Lodge Bedroom Layout
$800 minimum per night = $20/person/night for the first 40 adults. After minimum is met. $19/person/night. (Groups with 40 adults = $20/person/night. Groups with 50 = $19/person/night. Groups with 20 people = $40/person/night.)
$12.50 per child per night (ages 4-11); age 3 & under free
$7.50 per person for day-use fee (no overnight lodging)
$800.00 minimum rental per night with a minimum of 2 nights, $1600 total. Linens not included. Bedding may be rented: $20 per twin set, $25 for a queen. $5 for bath towels.
Check-in: no earlier than 4pm. Check-out by noon, (11:00am during summer). Depending on availability, rental time can be extended for additional generator fees. Call for details.
An additional $250/night kitchen rental fee is applied when groups prepare their own meals. The dining room is located on the first floor of the Lodge. Groups renting the lodge can either have DCC provide meals or they can rent the kitchen and cook for themselves provided that their cooks have obtained food handler’s certification. (NOTE: Sleeping space is needed for cooks when DCC provides food service. Rooms or the Yamhill cabin will need to be reserved for the kitchen staff.)
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the camp office at 971-600-1244 to obtain details and rates.
Groups renting the lodge have access to camp’s Chapel on the mezzanine level. The open room has a stone fireplace at one end with large windows looking onto the forest at the other. The room contains approximately 100 stackable chairs that groups may arrange to accommodate programming; a piano; a podium and a small stage. Furnishings must be returned back to their original arrangement upon departure.
Groups have access to outdoor space at Drift Creek. There are two playing fields and a fire ring. In inclement weather, groups may find outdoor shelter in the Activity Center where a covered area contains a playing court, fireplace and benches. Before departure, please return all benches and equipment to their original positions. (When multiple groups are using the facilities, arrangements can be made to alternate use of shared spaces.)
There is a $10 per night charge for RV hook up in addition to the regular $20/per person lodging fee.
Rental groups will be charged for all damages incurred during their stay.
When not in use by DCC volunteers or rental groups, Yamhill is ideal for small groups, family rentals or hosting guest speakers for retreats.
• Self-contained with kitchen, bath, dining table and two sofas
• Heated for year-round use; handicap accessible
• 3 bunk beds, 1 queen, 1 queen pull-out sofa, 1 regular sofa
RENTAL FEES: $100 minimum for the first night, stay two nights for $150. 2+ nights are $75/night.
• $15 per person after first 6
For groups using the lodge and wanting to add Yamhill, an extra $75/night rental fee is added. However, renting the Yamhill cabin does NOT give access to use of the Lodge if the two rental parties are not connected.
The Yamhill cabin is frequently used to host volunteers, especially for those providing food service to groups. Please contact the office at email@example.com or call 971-6001244 to check availability.
• download floor plan and bedding arrangement
Sorry, no pets or smoking (of any kind) allowed. Cabin guests are welcome to enjoy the grounds and trails. However, we ask that cabin guests respect those who have rented the Lodge. Please refrain from entering or using the facilities, just as you would prefer that Lodge guests not use your rented space.
To make a reservation, contact the camp office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 971-600-1244.