Summer Camp Programs

Summer Camp Programs

Find Fun, Faith & Friends at Camp

"You can leave camp, but camp never leaves you!" (summer staff member)

"I don’t get homesick. I get camp sick" (Super Pilgrim camper)

"I went to camp expecting to make friends but I ended up with a family" (Senior High camper)

"There is always that one summer that changes you" (Staff Alumni)

We offer a variety of residential Summer Camp programs; some are age-focused and some have a special theme. Please explore the program descriptions below to find the week that is best for your camper.
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2024 Summer Camp Programs (Green/Lake Luther, Red/Lutherwald, Blue/Lutheran Hills)


Info FlierA great first camp experience for those entering grades 1-3. The shortened week provides four busy days of general camp activities geared towards a young age group. Smaller groups allow for extra individual attention. Activities: Bible study, arts and crafts, singing, games, and swimming.

Grade 1-3 (4 days)

Super Pilgrims

Info FlierA week-long experience offered for the more mature 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders who are ready for a full camp week. Activities: Bible study, arts and crafts, singing, games, swimming and boating.

Grade 1-3 (6 days)

Riding Into God's Grace

Info FlierRiding into God’s Grace Camp in addition to swimming, campfires, Bible Studies, and field games, campers will travel off-site and spend a day at a Horse Camp. Campers will take part in general horse care, how to saddle, bridle, and ride along with learning about the traits of perseverance integrity, humility, and teamwork.

Grade 1-6 (6 days)

Foundation for Art & Music in Education

Info FlierFestival of Arts and Music for Elementary (FAME) camp is the only week-long overnight fine arts camp for talented artistic students ages 8-16 in northern Indiana. This week-long residential arts camp present the FAME cultural focus on art, music, dance, and drama led by an outstanding faculty of arts educators. The program offers an opportunity for artistic students to further their current artistic study and to participate in an artist youth community. FAME classes of voice, instrumental, musical theater, visual arts, drama, dance, literature, and storytelling are interspersed with camp activities including swimming, archery, canoeing, horseback riding, mud hiking, and more. Nightly talent sharing provides ample opportunities for performance, fun, and camaraderie.

Grades 3-10 (6 days)

Reading Camp

Info FlierEntering grades 3-6. A free camp experience with a focus on improving reading skills. Mornings are set aside for small group learning led by volunteer teachers. The rest of the day is filled with fun camp activities. Teacher referral and test scores are requested prior to camp.

Grade 3-6 (6 days)

Nature Navigators

A great first camp experience for those entering grades 4-6 with an increased focus on nature incorporated in camp activities. A shortened week geared toward a young age group. Activities: Bible study, arts & crafts, singing, games & swimming.

Grade 4-6 (6 days)

Animal Lovers Camp

Info FlierAnimal Lovers Camp is for children who love animals and want to learn about some of God’s creatures. Campers will visit with service dogs, tour Hope for Hearts Equestrian Therapy Ministry, care for horse (not ride them), Learn about birds of prey from the Indiana Raptor Center, and build nesting boxes along with other fun camp activities about animals.

Grade 4-6 (6 days)


Info FlierA lively week packed with activities for upper elementary youth entering grades 4-6. Activities: Bible study, hiking, swimming, arts and crafts, singing, campfire programs, small group and all camp games.

Grade 4-6 (6 days)

CYC Camp

CYC Camp (Catholic Youth Camp) in the diocese of Fort Wayne/South Bend is calling all 4th , 5th and 6th grader Catholic youth, to experience the Lord through the great outdoors at Camp Lutherwald. Activities include flag ceremonies, scripture memorization, crafts, campfire, mass, archery, climbing wall, zip line, fishing, and obstacle course.

Grades 4-6 (6 days)

Guitar/Ukulele Camp

Info FlierA week for beginning guitarists who want to learn to play their favorite camp songs, refine guitar skills, or simply want to learn playing the guitar for the first time. Along with the usual great camp activities, participants spend three hours daily in class. Allie Burbrink, professional musician, will lead the program and be assisted by other guitar-playing summer staff. Participants will take home a personal copy of the LOMIK camp songbook, give a Thursday afternoon guitar concert at a local senior center, and play a concert for family members prior to Friday afternoon pickups

Grade 5-8 (6 days)

Confirmation Camp

Info FlierEntering grades 6-9, A week that combines 2 hours of study each day with your pastor and confirmation class plus all of the fun camp activities: hiking, arts and crafts, games, music, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and campfire programs. Confirmation campers register as a group, coordinated by your local congregation. Check with your pastor for details.

Grade 6-9 (6 days)


Info FlierA week geared for young teens entering grades 7-9, involving more advanced activities and more individual choice than for younger campers. Activities included: Bible study, canoe/hiking trips, swimming, a cookout/camp out, campfire programs, and special evening activities.

Grade 7-9 (6 days)

Hiking & Caving Adventure

Info FlierEntering grades 7-11. Hiking on the Tecumseh Trail and caving in southern Indiana. Participants should bring a backpack. This program is not designed as a serious athletic challenge. The focus is fun!

Grade 7-11 (6 days)

Discipleship Quest Camp

Info FlierCome spend a week enjoying God's creation while letting your imagination soar. This week will be dedicated to creativity and making your faith journey your own. Delving into biblical themes while we adventure through the wilderness. We will take exploring to a whole new level.

Grade 7-11 (6 days)

Trailblazers Servant

Info FlierAlong with the usual great camp activities, campers will take part in daily servant projects with their counselors, both on and off the Lake Luther site.

Grade 7-9 (6 days)

Outdoor Adventure Camp

Info Flier(Entering grades 9-12) A Sr. High opportunity designed to let campers Experience a wide variety of different outdoor Activities in a bit more depth than our regular Camp events. Boating, hiking, camping, Cooking, climbing: all give campers a chance to tests their limits and gain new experiences in the midst of God’s creation.

Grade 8-12 (6 days)

Red River Gorge Adventure (offsite)

Info Flier(Entering grades 9-12) Similar to our regular hiking/caving adventure, but designed for our older campers as the experience is nearly all conducted off-site (in the Red River Gorge area of Kentucky). Some activities may be done at heights such as climbing or zip-lining. No prior experience is necessary.

Grade 9-12 (6 days)

Servant Leaders Camp

Info FlierEntering grades 10-12. Here is a new twist on an old favorite for our older campers. Blending servant opportunities around camp with leadership training we aim to help equip youth to become leaders with a servant focus. In addition to having lots of fun our staff will lead campers through team building activities, learning sessions, service projects, and opportunities to put their leadership training into action.

Grade 10-12 (6 days)

Staff Alumni Family Camp

Staff Alumni Family Camp is a laid-back family camp with limited staff facilitated activities and plenty of time for families to explore. Families can choose what activities they attend including crafts, hikes, games, guarded swim times and alumni vs. current staff capture the flag.

Adult (4 days)
($ Varies)

ARC Week

ARC Week in partnership with Easter Seals of Allen County, Lake Luther staff will host an adult camp full of fun including swimming, campfires and a talent show. Register through Easter Seals of Allen County.

Adult (4 days)

Grandparent Camp

Info FlierAdults with their pilgrim campers. A four-day camp week (from 3:00 pm Tuesday afternoon to late morning Friday), The kids stay in cabins and are supervised by our college-aged staff. Adults stay in modern, comfortable retreat facilities and are a background presence with no responsibilities. Adults may join in the camp meals, activities, and campfires and take time to relax and enjoy nature on their own.

Adult (4 days)