Where Are We
Latona Beach is a full service camp rental facility on 118 acres of pristine Gambier Island rainforest in West Vancouver’s Howe Sound. Accessible only from the water, Latona Beach is 15 km from Vancouver, yet feels a world away.
What We Do
Every year we welcome groups from across Canada and further afield to join us at Latona as the perfect venue for their retreat, conferences, weddings and rental needs. we welcome groups from 25-210 as their venue of choice for their overnight rustic wilderness retreats with accommodation for up to 210 in our rustic wood cabins and traditional Tipi Village.
Camp Latona operates a year round rental program. Schools, churches, organizations, youth groups, companies and corporations rent the facility and our services for conferences, retreats, workshops, outdoor education, weddings, and all of their outdoor recreational needs.
The beautiful lodge and mess hall offer a breath taking view of the pacific ocean. Camp Latona is a rustic facility with a wide range of facilities and amenities in the natural, wilderness environment. Available year-round as a gathering place with personalised program, facilities, and catering options for your group. Get in touch with our office to find out more about how we can work together to make great memories at Latona.
Why Latona Beach
A rental of our facility is a great way for groups to enjoy the scenic location and rich wildlife while focusing on your own program agenda.
When you book Camp Latona, you get full access of our site and facilities, which includes all meals, transportation, heated accommodation and use of our primary camp activities.
Your group is welcome to use our fleet of canoes and kayaks as long as you are accompanied by a lifeguard and follow the safety instructions.
Our high ropes challenge course, zip line and climbing wall can be added into a rental package for a small fee. These activities are a great way to challenge your group both as individuals and as a team. You can also add in a premium watersport package including wakeboarding, waterskiing, and tubing in the beautiful Howe Sound.