Welcome

Kako Retreat Center, Inc. is a place set aside to provide Christ-centered retreats, youth camps, workshops, seminars and counseling to encourage and help the people living in the remote villages of Alaska.  It is strategically located in south western Alaska six miles off the Yukon River. Within an 80 mile radius there are 24 villages and within 160 mile radius there are 56 villages.  According to the 2000 census there are 31,000 Eskimo, 1000 Indian and 3500 white people living within this circle.  Since the area is so isolated and has virtually no road system, a primary means of transportation is by airplane.  Kako has its own airstrip which means that the furthest of these villages can be reached in just over an hour of flight time.  See Map




Kako Retreat Center hosts summer camps for kids aged 8 to 18 starting the first full week of June and going till mid July.

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Kako Retreat Center has Christ centered retreats throughout the year including a family camp over Memorial Day weekend, a ladies berry picking retreat in August and two teachers retreats during the year.

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We are always looking for volunteers to help out around the camp! Opportunities range from cabin counselors for kids summer camp, to work teams helping out with camp maintenance, woodcutting and building projects.

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