Youth Camp is a 5 night camp for campers from Grades 2-8.
Age groups vary for each camp week – see schedule
Campers build lasting friendships and develop skills and knowledge they can use for the rest of their lives, through activities designed specifically for them, including archery, swimming, canoeing, fishing, hiking, camping, nature skills, arts & crafts, horseback riding, orienteering, team building, crazy fun games and even some free time! Each day includes faith building experiences, devotions and interactive worship, and ends with a devotion and singing around the campfire.
2023 Youth Camp Dates
YC1 – June 25-30 (Grades 5-8)
YC2 – July 16-21 (Grades 2-5)
YC3 – July 30-August 4 (Grades 4-7)
YC4 – August 6-11 (Grades 3-6)
All grade levels are based on current grade levels at the time of registration. For the well being of the program, campers, and staff, we do not make exceptions for camper grade.
- Lodging in the Cabins (Air Conditioned)
- 14 Meals (Monday Breakfast – Friday Lunch)
- Theme T-Shirt
- Awesome Activities & Lots of Fun!
Camp begins with check-in from 6:00 to 7:00 pm on Sunday in the Welcome Center and ends at 2:00 pm on Friday.
Register By March 31st (Save $50) – $490
Register After March 31st – $540
A $150 non-refundable deposit is required at registration.
Payment of the remaining balance is due by May 26, 2023.
Enjoy a horse ride during your week at camp! This popular option is open to all campers. We’re working out the final arrangements and cost for this option. If interested, check that box on the registration form and we’ll provide you with details once everything is set.
Additional Experience Options
We working out final arrangements for these, and possibly other options, for campers to be able to add to their camp experience. If interested, check that box on the registration form and we’ll provide you with details once everything is set. Campers spend two hours each morning, Monday – Thursday, in their selected experience.
Horse Camp (Available All Weeks)
Horse Camp is an option for those who want to learn the basics of how to care for horses and spend more time at the stables and in the saddle. Campers spend two hours each morning, Monday-Thursday, learning about horses and caring for them, helping our wrangler team groom and tack horses, and learning more about riding. Once chores are done, they hit the trail. If you select this option, do not select the Horse Ride Option, since that is already part of Horse Camp.
First Aid & CPR Certification Camp
Have fun and earn your first aid and CPR / AED certification. Cost includes certification fee.
Print the Registration Form and Camper Health History Form. Complete and mail with a check for your deposit (or payment in full if you prefer) or scan and email if you are paying by credit or debit card.
Payment & Cancellation Policies
Deposit & Payment
A non-refundable deposit is required to register. Payment of the remaining balance is due by May 26, 2023, if not included at the time of registration.
Deposits are non-refundable. No refunds will be granted after May 26, 2023. If a camper leaves early due to homesickness, disciplinary reasons, or parent request, no refund will be given.
It is our goal that everyone who attends Camp LuWiSoMo is encouraged and strengthened in their faith through authentic community, outstanding staff, experiential activities, and intentional faith building. To ensure a safe and positive Christian environment for every camper, Camp LuWiSoMo expects each camper’s behavior, speech, and clothing are appropriate for the Christian atmosphere we are trying to model.
What To Bring
Download the “What To Bring & What Not To Bring” list
We’re here to help. If you have questions or need help, contact camp.