Conscious Father Retreat

Join in a brotherhood of like hearted fathers who are ready to deepen their consciousness and purpose as a man, father, and human


October 25-27, 2019

Suttle Lake, Oregon



This unique gathering of men and fathers in Central Oregon creates an opportunity for community with the intention of helping fathers and fathers-to-be thrive emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. A space where men can come fully as they are, be seen and accepted in that place while leaning into the places they are ready grow. We recognize that men are ready to step into a higher level of consciousness, but most don’t have a safe gathering place where they can safely learn how to do so.

During this weekend together, we will co-create a space for exploring questions, issues, joys, triumphs, and challenges in order to maximize one of our greatest callings, fatherhood. This retreat will give you an expanded support network and a greater awareness for evolution into your best expression of a man and father.

The awakened man has stepped away from living a life ruled by his mind and ego-self and is consciously connected to his heart. He is not embarrassed to reveal his true colors. He is redefining age-old beliefs of what a real man is, and by his example, calling other men to wipe the sleep from their eyes.
— Daniel Nielsen


To help men build community around becoming the highest expression of who they truly are. A safe space will be created where men can explore the light and dark parts of their journey. This exploration will lead to open hearted discussions where men will discover their truth. Showing up, being seen, and sharing our highest truth will yield a more open hearted and conscious man, which will radically impact his family and community.


• Meditation and yoga classes
• Art and writing exploration
• TRE and breathwork classes
• Group ceremony and ritual

• Organic meals provided by professional chef, Katie Hill
• Hiking, kayaking, mountain biking
• Time to relax and rejuvenate



Suttle Lake is nestled in the Central Oregon Cascades.  It is known for its sunny weather, beautiful mountains, ponderosa pine forests, clear lake and streams, as well as year-round recreational opportunities.  Suttle Lake provides opportunities for hiking, swimming, canoeing, birding, and fishing. 


All Lodging options are $350

Shared Bath, Twin Bed, Wall Heater



You will receive five home-cooked and locally sourced meals, unlimited coffee and tea, and a number of offerings, including guided meditation, breathwork, yoga, hiking, art activities and writing.

In addition, you will have the opportunity to share with and hear the experiences of other fathers while building community through ceremony. These experiences give participants a chance to unplug from the craze of daily life, to reconnect with themselves, to expand their awareness and growth, and to experience a sense of community with like-minded men.

For full booking terms and conditions please click here.

Price: $350


  • 75% refund before September 18th

  • No refund September 18th or later

Prepare for your retreat

We hope the details below will help you prepare for your retreat. If you have any question, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

What to bring

  • Bedding and pillow to fit a twin sized bed

  • Bath towel, beach towel, and washcloth

  • Toiletry items

  • Weather appropriate clothing and shoes for hiking, yoga, and mountain biking (optional activities)

  • Indoor shoes or slippers

  • Sandals

  • Bedtime clothes

  • Swimsuit (optional)

  • Jacket

  • Hat

  • Flashlight or headlamp

  • Sunscreen

  • Bug spray

  • Journal/Pens

  • Yoga mat

  • Water bottle

  • Camera

  • Coffee creamer if you don’t drink half and half

  • Snacks or treats for between meals; you will have access to a refrigerator, freezer, and microwave.

  • Pillow, blanket, or floor chair to comfortably sit on the ground (optional)

  • Watch (optional); we ask that phone remain in your rooms for the duration of the retreat. While there are clocks around camp, if you feel that you would be more comfortable wearing a watch, please bring one.


  • Alcohol

  • Non-prescription drugs

  • Firearms

  • Flammables

  • Pets

  • Perfumes and heavily scented lotions

Contact Information

Cell reception at Suttle Lake Camp is spotty at best.  Please give your loved ones the camp's landline to use in case of emergency: (541) 595-6663.


Directions/Check In

Don't forget to familiarize yourself with directions to Suttle Lake Camp before you leave, as cell service can be spotty.  Look for signs for Conscious Father Retreat once you reach the turn off for Suttle Lake.  Park near Wesley Meadow Lodge to check in.  You are welcome to check in between 3 and 5 pm on Friday.

We are looking forward to connecting with you!  Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any additional questions or concerns.