With Space For Over 300 Participants Your Large Group Has Room to Roam!
Camp Namanu is a Youth Camp set on 552 acres of lush Northwest forest situated along the Wild and Scenic Sandy River. We offer a variety of historic lodges and cabins for your event in a beautiful, private, and natural setting. Camp Namanu is the perfect space for your Youth Group Event, Corporate Retreat, or Team Building Day.
Camp Namanu offers sleeping accommodations and program space for up to 300 people! With miles of hiking trails, fun add-on activities, and a variety of program areas, Namanu can make your lareg-group event a success.
Get your Namanu Rental started Today! Download our Rental Guide for information about the site.
Camp Namanu offers a variety of Lodges and Meeting Spaces to accommodate your program. Building capacities range from 300 to a dozen, so your event, large or small will be comfortable and special. You can add additional sleeping areas and activities to make your event more fun for more people!
You determine the buildings and overnight cabins you need for your program, how many activities you’d like to participate in, and how many days/nights you’ll need for the best possible experience. Download our Rental Agreement and Rental Spaces and Activities Form to see capacities and prices. Rentals over $7000 have exclusive use of the site, excluding spaces not rented.
A Camp Namanu Experience is about sharing special times in a special place with special people.
You bring the sleeping bag and we’ll supply the 100 year-old Douglas fir trees. We don’t have fancy china plates, but we do have the Wild and Scenic Sandy River. At the end of the day gather around the camp fire with your closest friends and watch the sparks disappear up into the starry night skies of Oregon.
We’re not a resort. We’re not a hotel.
We are 552 acres of magic forest and rustic cabins.
When you smell warm fir sap and woodsmoke, or when you hear the wind through the leaves of a big leaf maple tree, you’ll remember your special time at Camp Namanu. You’ll remember the fun, the beauty, and how you grew along with your youth, family, your colleagues, and your friends under the swaying trees at Camp Namanu.
Interested in having your wedding at camp? See our Weddings page for more details!
How to Apply for a Rental
Download the Camp Namanu Rental Guide and/or contact the Camp Namanu Rental Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 971-340-1598 to confirm date availability. Answer any initial rental questions, and schedule site tour (tour is optional but strongly encouraged).
Download and complete the Rental Spaces and Activities Form to select group space, cabin/lodge overnight space, dining service, or desired activities.
Submit signed Rental Agreement & Liability Waiver, Rental Spaces and Activities Form, along with 40% of the total rental fee to the Camp Fire Columbia main office.
Rental reservation confirmed within 5 business days after receipt of agreement and deposit.
Additional Steps and Deadlines
90 days prior to arrival date, additional 40% total rental fee deposit due to Camp Fire office.
30 days prior to arrival date, remaining balance and insurance certificate due.
14 days prior to arrival date confirm number of guests for activities (if applicable).
Namanu Map & Facility Descriptions
Please note: Rental opportunities are limited and groups are often booked up to one year in advance. All prices listed assume overnight stays. Please contact us for day use rates, as availability and options change.
We highly recommend you visit Camp Namanu prior to booking a reservation to ensure that our site will meet your group’s needs. We must escort visitors, and want to answer any questions that arise, so please inquire with our staff about the best time to visit.
Please take a moment to fill out our Namanu Rentals Question Form. It is our goal to respond within 2 business days.
You are also welcome to contact our Rental Manager for more rental information at email@example.com.
Camp Fire Columbia is an inclusive organization and does not discriminate based on race, religion, socioeconomic status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or any other aspect of diversity.