There was such an appreciation of nature in this very relaxed setting -- worship seemed a natural part of the day.
Introduce your grandchildren, completed grades K-8, to camp this summer and make memories that will last a lifetime. Grandchildren will be integrated into cabin groups in the morning while Grandparents have an opportunity to hike, study scripture, take a nap, or volunteer around camp. In the afternoon you can splash and swim together in the pool, take a hike, play games, or do some crafts. Grandchildren can also choose to join cabin groups for time at the climbing wall or at the lake. Spend your evenings with other campers around the fire and learn songs that you will sing together for years to come. Grandparent/Kids Camp is open to Godparents, uncles, aunts, or other relatives. Adults will be in full supervision of their child/ren when they are not integrated with cabin groups. You will stay together overnight in Priebe Retreat Center. Join us this summer and lead someone you love into God’s beautiful creation and a deeper faith.
Creek Walking, Campfires, Swimming, Meal Over a Fire, S’Mores, Candlelight Worship, Hiking, Fishing at LMC, Nature Activities, Arts & Crafts, Sports
Where do I sleep at camp?
Grandparents & Kids stay in a lodge or cabin with twin sized beds and indoor showers and bathroom access.
LMC at HopeWood Pines
Wednesday - Saturday
No Discounts Apply
Tiered Pricing Explained
We understand that different families have differing abilities to pay, so we’re offering a voluntary, two-tiered pricing structure to better accommodate financial needs. Please select the tier you can afford to allow our camps to stretch our funding and continue to improve the quality of each camper’s experience.
Tier 1 Pricing : This fee most accurately reflects the actual cost of camp. We ask families to pay this amount if they have the financial means.
Tier 2 Pricing: This subsidized fee has historically been our “standard” fee, but does not represent the true cost of camp. This fee is subsidized by 30% through donations from individuals, congregations and synods. This amount is for families who need the financial subsidy to make camp affordable, yet still want to participate in a camp program.