Camp Touchet is an eighty acre property with forest, river, and fields. The main buildings used for meeting, cooking, and lodging are described below. Your group will use some or all of the buildings based on your group size and optional choices (see reservations page). All groups will enjoy the common areas like the river, playfield, basketball court, trails, and trees!
This 50′ x 100′ lodge building includes meeting space, stage, commercial kitchen, dining room, fireplace, open air option, and a bedroom with bathroom. Groups of up to 175 will find ample space for meeting and dining. Worship bands and performing groups will enjoy the professional stage. Isaiah lodge is usually rented along with one or more bunkhouses and the bath house, but can be added as an option to any rental. There are three beds in a private room as well.
This A-Frame is both the oldest and the newest building on our campus. Jeremiah House acts as a stand-alone facility at Camp Touchet providing complete lodging for up to 29 people. It has a meeting/dining area graced by a large stone fireplace, all electric residential style kitchen with double ovens and dishwasher, four bathrooms with showers, two downstairs bedrooms and six upstairs bedrooms. Jeremiah House is also handicap accessible.
Located on the south end of the main campus, the Ezekiel House is a 28 x 70 manufactured home with three bedrooms and one additional sleeping space for total of 9 people, two bathrooms, all electric residential kitchen, dining room, and living room. It sets slightly apart from the other buildings and has separate access from Touchet Road.
Our gospel bunkhouses bring good news to weary campers; a warm dry place to sleep! Matthew is the largest of the three sleeping quarters with six bedrooms downstairs and two rooms upstairs for a total capacity of 53. Downstairs bedrooms have bunk beds, upstairs have dormitory style rooms with beds.
Luke Bunk HouseThis recently remodeled building houses our well and pump equipment on one side and provides sleeping quarters on the other side (no pump noise). Bunkbeds will sleep up to 12 people. Coolest place to sleep in the summer and heated in the winter. Just a short distance from Jeremiah. Sleeping in the barn was never so much fun!
Jonah Bath House
The main level of this building provides the main bathroom facilities for the camp. Two sides (Men and Women), each offer bathrooms as well as showers. Comfortable, but not fancy, this building gets the job done!
Mark is located above the Bath House. This loft style dormitory has two rooms with total capacity of 13 beds. Mark is a favorite for some because it is a short hop downstairs to see Jonah (the bathroom) in the middle of the night.