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Kako Retreat Center provides Christ-centered retreats, youth camps, workshops, seminars and counseling to encourage and benefit people living in remote Alaskan villages on the Yukon-Kuskokwim delta, about 400 miles west of the nearest road system. Approximately 30,000 Eskimo, 1000 Indian, and 4000 non-native people live in this area.

Twenty four villages lie within a half hour flight, and 56 within an hour flight from Kako’s airstrip. This is a key resource, since small planes are often the only feasible means of transport.   See Map

Kako is deeply grieved by the loss of beloved Kids Camp Director, Kyle Stevens.
On October 16, 2017, Kyle was killed in a plane crash near Kako. More info may be found here.
Please join us in Supporting Ella Stevens .

Camps for kids aged 8 to 18 start the first full week of June and go until mid July.

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Retreats include family camp over Memorial Day weekend, Ladies Berry Picking retreat in August, and two teachers' retreats in the fall and in spring.

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You can take part! Volunteer to be a cabin counselor, or be on a work team

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