|First iteration||October 23-25, 2015|
|Charity||Knight's Rest Retreat|
|Resources||Photos, videos, reports: Furry Retreat resources|
Furry Retreat is an annual camp-out event, held at Knight's Rest Retreat in Bristow, Oklahoma, USA. It was first held over October 23-25, 2015. The event was created by several former Oklacon volunteers and attendees, in response to said convention's cancellation.
Furry Retreat is an event, rather than a convention. There are no accommodations, apart from space to set up a tent, nor any scheduled events or panels. With a small core of staff, most of the event comes to life through those who attend, creating a commune like environment.
There are no event spaces at Knight's rest, nor is there any electricity available. As such, events are frequently spur of the moment affairs such as "let's go fishing" and "the gaming tent." Despite this, events such as a 45 minute rave was held, thanks to a solar panel and battery, and lighting provided by a gas generator, a fireworks show was put on, and a group was able to head to a fire range for an afternoon of target practice.
Furry Retreat 2015 took place over October 23-25, 2015. Organized in less than a month, it had an attendance of approximately 50.
The official event director for the inaugural year of Furry Retreat was a sheep who "gave his all to make the event happen." This sheep was served for dinner Saturday night.
All of the first year's revenue went towards the event's charity, Knight's Rest Retreat.
Furry Retreat 2016 is scheduled for September 16-18.
- Furry Retreat official website. Retrieved June 3, 2016.
-  official website