At Camp Marshall Episcopal Church Camp on Flathead Lake, programming occurs on site and beyond. For example, during one week in July, concurrently “Adventure Week” youth campers will be pushing their limits and working together as they paddle, hike, and camp off-site; meanwhile on site, families will be enjoying their own cabin, communal dining, and undertaking a new water challenge every day of the week for “Wild Water Week.”
At Christikon Lutheran Church Camp, in the mountains of McCleod, MT, programming includes youth on site and on the trail; adults and families; as well as developmentally disabled adults. For busy families, Christikon offers “Christikon Mountain Weekends” for adults and families – with staff providing child care.
At Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp, on the westshore of Flathead Lake and about 40 miles southwest of Glacier National Park, camps begin for rising third graders (Explorer Camp) and reach up to camps for High School graduates. Additionally FLBC offers family camps on-site and specialty off-site Glacier Wilderness Camps for High Schoolers.
If you don’t see yourself going to camp, but want to contribute to another’s life-changing camp experience, consider giving a “campership” to any of our three camps. Three giving opportunities include:
- Grace Camp, at Camp Marshall, where rising third – eighth graders with an incarcerated parent enjoy the fun of swimming, crafts, and games, at no cost to participants.
- Sojourners, at Christikon, where at-risk 11-13 year old youth enjoy a week of camping, hiking, and opportunities to build positive identities, at no cost to participante.
- For One Another Family Camp, a collaboration between Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp and the Cancer Support community of Montana, at no cost to participants.