Get ready for Summer Camp 2024!

SAVE $100 WHEN YOU REGISTER BY FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 2024!

 

YOUTH SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

A $100 deposit/camper is due at the time of registration to secure your campers spot in the program.

FLBC is committed to making camp financially accessible to all. Please contact our office at 406-752-6602 or office@flbc.net to inquire about camperships.

Download the 2024 Summer Brochure
Register Before March 1 & Save $100

You can login to your existing account at any time to update contact information, etc., to make sure you are set to register. If you have interacted with FLBC before but aren’t sure if you have an account, you probably do! Contact the office for login help.

All programs at Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp are designed to be a fun highlight of the summer, while providing opportunities for growth in faith, leadership, and friendship. Campers experience these gifts through a wide range of carefully crafted programs and activities (worship, Bible study, service projects, arts/crafts, swimming, and much more!), while maintaining safety as a #1 priority. Why summer camp? There is a plethora of research out there that shares the benefits of a summer camp experience; here’s an ACA article to consider!

On this webpage, program descriptions are organized by age group. Your camper’s age group is according to what grade they will be entering in Fall 2024.

Youth Entering Grade 3

Explorer Camps

Cooking Camp

Week 1: June 23 - 28

Whether you dream of winning Top Chef or just like baking cookies for your family, join in the fun of Cooking Camp this year! Campers will spend their mornings in the kitchen, learning culinary skills and having fun with ingredients while, of course, sampling their treats. An afternoon party is planned for Thursday. After their kitchen sessions, campers will join in for all the best camp adventures.
Cost: $600

Choir Camp

Week 1: June 23 - 28

Sing sing sing the morning away! Learn skills from professional music teachers to improve your style, projection, and skill. Spend the afternoon with your cabin group enjoying swimming, Bible study, ropes course, and more! The 11:00am closing on Friday is a performance for your family and friends. Click Here to Download the Flyer.
Cost: $600

Explorer Camp (Traditional Onsite)

Week 3: July 7–12
Week 4: July 14–19
Week 5: July 21–26
Week 6: July 28–Aug 2

Explorers have the opportunity to experience an entire program session (Sunday–Friday) at camp! Explorers practice teamwork through games, swim in the lake, spend time on the courts, learn how to paddle kayaks and canoes, and so much more!
Cost: $600

On-site Day Camp

Week 3: July 7-12
Week 4: July 14-19
(Monday - Friday)

Looking for an awesome week at camp without the overnight stay? Onsite day campers experience the joys of camp—such as worship, arts and crafts, and swimming (bring a swimsuit and towel!)—while getting to go home at the end of the day.

Drop off at camp is at 9:00 am, and pickup is at 3:00 pm Monday–Thursday, with an 11:00 am closing worship on Friday (Friday pickup
between 11:30 am–12:30 pm). Lunch and snacks are included.
Cost: $300

Register for camp

Youth Entering Grades 4 & 5

Pioneer Camps

Ranch Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Ranch campers take in the beauty of Montana by horseback! Join the talented staff at Artemis Acres (a ranch near Kalispell) and practice your horsemanship, and grow through games, worships, and Bible studies led by your counselor! Campers will spend their nights at FLBC and be transported to the ranch (approx. 30 minutes away). One night will be spent sleeping at Artemis Acres in tents, and preparing dinner, breakfast, and lunch while there. When not taking trail rides around the beautiful forests of NW Montana, ranch campers will enjoy the fun activities camp offers.
Cost: $900

Cooking Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Whether you dream of winning Top Chef or just like baking cookies for your family, join in the fun of Cooking Camp this year! Campers will spend their mornings in the kitchen, learning culinary skills and having fun with ingredients while, of course, sampling their treats. An afternoon party is planned for Thursday. After their kitchen sessions, campers will join in for all the best camp adventures.
Cost: $600

Basketball Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Basketball camp combines the wonderful experiences of camp with growth in basketball skills! Campers will practice each morning under the guidance of a coach and our staff. All skill levels are welcome! Campers will stay in cabins at camp and be transported to Somers Middle School to use the gym.
Cost: $600

Art Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Crafts, art projects and even pottery! Spend the morning with other artists, and the afternoon with your cabin group hiking, swimming, jumping on the trampoline, having Bible Study, and relaxing in the sauna! When your parents and guardians come to pick you up on Friday, all will get to see your amazing creations at the "art show", before you take your treasures you have created home.
Cost: $600

Choir Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Sing sing sing the morning away! Learn skills from professional music teachers to improve your style, projection, and skill. Spend the afternoon with your cabin group enjoying swimming, Bible study, ropes course, and more! The 11:00am closing on Friday is a performance for your family and friends. Click Here to Download the Flyer.
Cost: $600

Theatre Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Spend your mornings in theater, then reunite with your cabin group at lunch and spend the afternoon doing all kinds of fun camp activities, including Bible Study! An awesome way to learn acting or improve your acting skills, through mime, drama, oratory and more. All level of theater/acting experience are welcome. The performance will be the Thursday night 9 pm Passion play. All parents, and friends are invited!
Cost: $600

On-site Day Camp

Week 3: July 7-12
Week 4: July 14-19
(Monday - Friday)

Looking for an awesome week at camp without the overnight stay? Onsite day campers experience the joys of camp—such as worship, arts and crafts, and swimming (bring a swimsuit and towel!)—while getting to go home at the end of the day.

Drop off at camp is at 9:00 am, and pickup is at 3:00 pm Monday–Thursday, with an 11:00 am closing worship on Friday (Friday pickup
between 11:30 am–12:30 pm). Lunch and snacks are included.
Cost: $300

Outback Camp

Week 4: July 14-19

Outback campers spend even more of their week at camp in the great outdoors! Outbackers prepare most of their own meals using outdoor cooking skills and sleep in platform tent cabins while enjoying fun camp activities like boating, archery, and the low ropes course. Plus, campers will spend a night in our awesome treehouses! Primitive portapotty and limited access to shower (1x during the week). Maximum: 14 campers
Cost: $650

Pioneer Camp (Traditional Onsite)

Week 3: July 7–12 (6 days)
Week 4: July 14–19 (6 days)
Week 5: July 21–26 (6 days)
Week 6: July 28–Aug 2 (6 days)

Pioneers enjoy a wide variety of experiences in addition to the core activities listed above, including archery, hiking, team building on low ropes courses, and canoeing while they explore camp, and even sleep under the stars for a night!
Cost: $600

Register for camp

Youth Entering Grades 6 & 7

Pathfinder Camps

Ranch Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Ranch campers take in the beauty of Montana by horseback! Join the talented staff at Artemis Acres (a ranch near Kalispell) and practice your horsemanship, and grow through games, worships, and Bible studies led by your counselor! Campers will spend their nights at FLBC and be transported to the ranch (approx. 30 minutes away). One night will be spent sleeping at Artemis Acres in tents, and preparing dinner, breakfast, and lunch while there. When not taking trail rides around the beautiful forests of NW Montana, ranch campers will enjoy the fun activities camp offers.
Cost: $900

Art Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Crafts, art projects and even pottery! Spend the morning with other artists, and the afternoon with your cabin group hiking, swimming, jumping on the trampoline, having Bible Study, and relaxing in the sauna! When your parents and guardians come to pick you up on Friday, all will get to see your amazing creations at the "art show", before you take your treasures you have created home.
Cost: $600

Basketball Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Basketball camp combines the wonderful experiences of camp with growth in basketball skills! Campers will practice each morning under the guidance of a coach and our staff. All skill levels are welcome! Campers will stay in cabins at camp and be transported to Somers Middle School to use the gym.
Cost: $600

Choir Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Sing sing sing the morning away! Learn skills from professional music teachers to improve your style, projection, and skill. Spend the afternoon with your cabin group enjoying swimming, Bible study, ropes course, and more! The 11:00am closing on Friday is a performance for your family and friends. Click Here to Download the Flyer.
Cost: $600

Theatre Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Spend your mornings in theater, then reunite with your cabin group at lunch and spend the afternoon doing all kinds of fun camp activities, including Bible Study! An awesome way to learn acting or improve your acting skills, through mime, drama, oratory and more. All level of theater/acting experience are welcome. The performance will be the Thursday night 9 pm Passion play. All parents, and friends are invited!
Cost: $600

Outback Camp

Week 4: July 14-19

Outback campers spend even more of their week at camp in the great outdoors! Outbackers prepare most of their own meals using outdoor cooking skills and sleep in platform tent cabins while enjoying fun camp activities like boating, archery, and the low ropes course. Plus, campers will spend a night in our awesome treehouses! Primitive portapotty and limited access to shower (1x during the week). Maximum: 14 campers
Cost: $650

*This is an outpost camp at FLBC (see FAQ for more info)

Pathfinder Camp (Traditional Onsite)

Week 3: July 7–12 (6 days)
Week 4: July 14-19 (6 days)
Week 5: July 21-26 (6 days)
Week 6: July 28–Aug 2 (6 days)

Pathfinders enjoy all the classic fun of camp alongside new adventures! Try your hand at pottery in the art barn, spend a night sleeping out, and experience a team building element on the high ropes course, including our new climbing wall! Join in for a week of growing in faith and adventure with new friends!
Cost: $600

Treehouse Camp

Week 5: July 21-26

Treehouse campers spend the week amidst the trees and sleep in the coolest spot at camp—our outdoor Treehouses! Campers will experience the fun of camp through Bible study, daily worship and age group activities, with the added excitement of sleeping with a great view and an overnight in Hammock Village. Campers will also cook their own meals over the fire and backpacking stoves! Come for a week of growing in faith, making new friends, and adventuring.
Cost: $700

Wild Water Week

Week 6: July 28- August 2

Sailing, paddleboarding, pontoon rides & much more await you during this week of camp! Campers will canoe to a nearby camp-out spot, enjoy swimming at night, take on an obstacle course in the water (and more!) as they build relationships with others and learn more about their faith. Wild Water campers will sleep in platform tents and use new outdoor skills to prepare most of their meals.
Maximum: 14 campers
Cost: $700

Adventure Camp

Week 6: July 28- August 2

Adventure Campers will sleep in platform tents, prepare most meals outside, enjoy fishing on Flathead Lake, go on an overnight backpacking trip on camp property & practice outdoor skills. Encounter God’s wonderful creation in the natural surroundings we enjoy in Montana as you learn about MT birds, plants, trees, and care of the Earth, and much more! Go wild at Adventure Camp!
Maximum: 14 campers
Cost: $675

Cooking Camp

Week 6: July 28- August 2

Whether you dream of winning Top Chef or just like baking cookies for your family, join in the fun of Cooking Camp this year! Campers will spend their mornings in the kitchen, learning culinary skills and having fun with ingredients while, of course, sampling their treats. An afternoon party is planned for Thursday. After their kitchen sessions, campers will join in for all the best camp adventures.
Cost: $600

Register for camp

Youth Entering Grades 8 & 9

Trailblazer Camp

Ranch Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Ranch campers take in the beauty of Montana by horseback! Join the talented staff at Artemis Acres (a ranch near Kalispell) and practice your horsemanship, and grow through games, worships, and Bible studies led by your counselor! Campers will spend their nights at FLBC and be transported to the ranch (approx. 30 minutes away). One night will be spent sleeping at Artemis Acres in tents, and preparing dinner, breakfast, and lunch while there. When not taking trail rides around the beautiful forests of NW Montana, ranch campers will enjoy the fun activities camp offers.
Cost: $900

Art Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Crafts, art projects and even pottery! Spend the morning with other artists, and the afternoon with your cabin group hiking, swimming, jumping on the trampoline, having Bible Study, and relaxing in the sauna! When your parents and guardians come to pick you up on Friday, all will get to see your amazing creations at the "art show", before you take your treasures you have created home.
Cost: $600

Basketball Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Basketball camp combines the wonderful experiences of camp with growth in basketball skills! Campers will practice each morning under the guidance of a coach and our staff. All skill levels are welcome! Campers will stay in cabins at camp and be transported to Somers Middle School to use the gym.
Cost: $600

Choir Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Sing sing sing the morning away! Learn skills from professional music teachers to improve your style, projection, and skill. Spend the afternoon with your cabin group enjoying swimming, Bible study, ropes course, and more! The 11:00am closing on Friday is a performance for your family and friends. Click Here to Download the Flyer.
Cost: $600

Theatre Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Spend your mornings in theater, then reunite with your cabin group at lunch and spend the afternoon doing all kinds of fun camp activities, including Bible Study! An awesome way to learn acting or improve your acting skills, through mime, drama, oratory and more. All level of theater/acting experience are welcome. The performance will be the Thursday night 9 pm Passion play. All parents, and friends are invited!
Cost: $600

Climb & Kayak

Week 2: June 30-July 5

The Kootenai National Forest is home to Lake Koocanusa, a spectacular destination for both kayaking and rock climbing. Spend two days paddling on the lake and exploring the sandy beaches that surround it! You will camp near the shore at night, carrying personal and community gear in your kayak! Spend the other half of your week scaling the cliffs of Stone Hill, one of northwest Montana’s premier climbing areas!
Haven’t climbed before? Never fear! Our guide has routes for all levels and abilities. Spend evenings camping around Koocanusa, cooking meals, and enjoying time for reflection and group Bible study. This program begins and ends at FLBC.
Cost: $725

Trailblazer Camp (Traditional Onsite)

Week 3: July 7–12 (6 days)
Week 4: July 14-19 (6 days)
Week 5: July 21-26 (6 days)
Week 6: July 28–Aug 2 (6 days)

Every year is a new adventure for Trailblazer campers. Take on an early morning polar plunge, experience the full high ropes course and go on an overnight camp-out. Trailblazers form new friendships through team building, Bible study experiences, prayer services & time in the great outdoors!
Cost: $600

Night Camp

Week 3: July 7-12

Calling all night owls! Campers will stay up progressively later until Tuesday night & return to a more normal schedule by Friday. Night Campers will have all kinds of adventures by moonlight: late night high ropes, night swimming & canoeing and all the glow in the dark games you can think of! Campers will also participate in the day to day fun of camp through worship, Bible study & team building. Campers will sleep in our platform tent cabins, practice outdoor cooking for most meals, and do their activities in small groups.
Maximum: 14 campers
Cost: $650

Treehouse Camp

Week 5: July 21-26

Treehouse campers spend the week amidst the trees and sleep in the coolest spot at camp—our outdoor Treehouses! Campers will experience the fun of camp through Bible study, daily worship and age group activities, with the added excitement of sleeping with a great view and an overnight in Hammock Village. Campers will also cook their own meals over the fire and backpacking stoves! Come for a week of growing in faith, making new friends, and adventuring.
Cost: $600

Trailblazer Off-Site Adventure

Week 6: July 28-Aug 2

For those Trailblazers who are extra adventurous, you'll enjoy all the fun activities at camp, with high ropes, swimming, sailing, disc golf and more... plus a hike off-site, and a white-water raft trip.
Cost: $750

Adventure Camp

Week 6: July 28-Aug 2

Adventure Campers will sleep in platform tents, prepare most meals outside, enjoy fishing on Flathead Lake, go on an overnight backpacking trip on camp property & practice outdoor skills. Encounter God’s wonderful creation in the natural surroundings we enjoy in Montana as you learn about MT birds, plants, trees, and care of the Earth, and much more! Go wild at Adventure Camp!
Maximum: 14 campers
Cost: $675

Cooking Camp

Week 6: July 28 - August 2

Whether you dream of winning Top Chef or just like baking cookies for your family, join in the fun of Cooking Camp this year! Campers will spend their mornings in the kitchen, learning culinary skills and having fun with ingredients while, of course, sampling their treats. An afternoon party is planned for Thursday. After their kitchen sessions, campers will join in for all the best camp adventures.
Cost: $600

Wild Water Week

Week 6: July 28-August 2

Sailing, paddleboarding, pontoon rides & much more await you during this week of camp! Campers will canoe to a nearby camp-out spot, enjoy swimming at night, take on an obstacle course in the water (and more!) as they build relationships with others and learn more about their faith. Wild Water campers will sleep in platform tents and use new outdoor skills to prepare most of their meals.
Maximum: 14 campers
Cost: $700

Register for camp

Youth entering grade 10 - 2022 graduates

Senior High

Staff in Training (SIT)

Week 1: June 23-28

Are you excited to work as a camp counselor one day? Get a taste of being on the FLBC summer staff through a week of leadership development, learning tangible skills, and fellowship! Shadow staff members and help lead games, worship, and Bible study. SIT campers will also learn about the philosophy of our mission at FLBC and are invited back for a week to volunteer as an assistant counselor or member of support staff free of charge! These skills and experiences will serve you in a future role at FLBC or with another organization/employer!
Cost: $550

Art Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Crafts, art projects and even pottery! Spend the morning with other artists, and the afternoon with your cabin group hiking, swimming, jumping on the trampoline, having Bible Study, and relaxing in the sauna! When your parents and guardians come to pick you up on Friday, all will get to see your amazing creations at the "art show", before you take your treasures you have created home.
Cost: $600

Theatre Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Spend your mornings in theater, then reunite with your cabin group at lunch and spend the afternoon doing all kinds of fun camp activities, including Bible Study! An awesome way to learn acting or improve your acting skills, through mime, drama, oratory and more. All level of theater/acting experience are welcome. The performance will be the Thursday night 9 pm Passion play. All parents, and friends are invited!
Cost: $600

Choir Camp

Week 1: June 23-28

Sing sing sing the morning away! Learn skills from professional music teachers to improve your style, projection, and skill. Spend the afternoon with your cabin group enjoying swimming, Bible study, ropes course, and more! The 11:00am closing on Friday is a performance for your family and friends. Click Here to Download the Flyer.
Cost: $600

Climb & Kayak

Week 1: June 23 - 28

The Kootenai National Forest is home to Lake Koocanusa, a spectacular destination for both kayaking and rock climbing. Spend two days paddling on the lake and exploring the sandy beaches that surround it! You will camp near the shore at night, carrying personal and community gear in your kayak! Spend the other half of your week scaling the cliffs of Stone Hill, one of northwest Montana’spremier climbing areas!
Haven’t climbed before? Never fear! Our guide has routes for all levels and abilities. Spend evenings camping around Koocanusa, cooking meals, and enjoying time for reflection and group Bible study. This program begins and ends at FLBC.
Cost: $725

Rock & Raft

Week 2: July 30-July 5

This week is for climbers of all abilities! Spend time climbing at Stone Hill, one of Northwest Montana’s premier climbing areas. You will learn climbing technique, knots, and belaying. Our climbing guide will set up routes for all climbing levels. Evenings will be spent cooking meals, relaxing, and spending time in Bible study. At week’s end, your group will spend a half-day whitewater rafting on the Middle Fork of the Flathead River.
Cost: $750

Night Camp

Week 3: July 7-12

Calling all night owls! Campers will stay up progressively later until Tuesday night & return to a more normal schedule by Friday. Night Campers will have all kinds of adventures by moonlight: late night high ropes, night swimming & canoeing and all the glow in the dark games you can think of! Campers will also participate in the day to day fun of camp through worship, Bible study & team building. Campers will sleep in our platform tent cabins, practice outdoor cooking for most meals, and do their activities in small groups.
Maximum: 14 campers
Cost: $650

North Fork Raft

Week 4: July 14-19
Week 5: July 21-26

Float all 58 miles of the North Fork of the Flathead River! This Wild and Scenic designated river forms the boundary between Glacier National Park to the east and the Flathead National Forest to the west. Views of the mighty Livingston range on the west edge of Glacier NP dominate the first few days of the trip, and the end provides an 11-mile stretch of class II and III whitewater. Your crew will pull your boats onto the banks at the end of the day, and will set up camp right along the river. This is a special trip through one of the most stunning and pristine river corridors in the American west!
Cost: $750

Sailing

Week 3: July 7-12

Ever wondered what it would be like to live on a boat for a few days? Sailing trips at FLBC let you have that experience! Spend time exploring our corner of Flathead Lake and sleep on our sailboats during the week. Learn sailing skills and techniques as you cruise down to the waters near Wild Horse Island. Your week will culminate with time on FLBC’s high ropes course and a half day whitewater float on the Lower Flathead River.
Cost: $700

Senior High Camp (Traditional Onsite Camp)

Week 3: July 7-12
Week 6: July 28-August 2

This traditional on-site camp experience is open for all senior high students! Your counselors will guide you through a wide range of on-site programming during your week. Spend time in community and enjoy all of the fun camp offers, such as hiking, swimming, worship, arts and crafts, the high ropes course, and so much more! Remember, Senior High includes 2024 graduates!
Cost: $600

Pack N Raft

Week 4: July 14-19

Spend your camp week exploring the rugged terrain in northwest Montana on foot! This trip allows participants to spend time in some of the beautiful and remote areas we are fortunate to have access to, including the Jewel Basin Hiking Area, the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex, the Swan crest, and the Kriklehorn Peak area of the Whitefish Range. There is no more intimate way to spend time in these areas than on foot. You’ll carry all your gear with you, and learn skills such as water filtration, backcountry camp site selection, navigation, and backcountry cooking. End your trip with a half day whitewater float on the Flathead River!
Cost: $750

Custom Trip

Want to bring a group of high schoolers to FLBC but not sure which program is right for your group? Contact us about creating a custom Glacier Wilderness Adventure!
Click here to learn more.

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People of All Ages

Family Camps

Family Camp Weekend(s)

Week 3: July 12-14 (All are welcome; staff immediate family members are free)

Bring your family for a weekend of fun on Flathead Lake! Adventure in the water, through the woods, or to the Art Barn while enjoying time with your whole family.

Cost: Campers ages 12+ = $250 / Ages 4–11 = $125 / Children 3 & under = Free

Click Here for more info for Summer Family Weekend 2024

Family Work Retreat Weekends

May 24-27
Aug 30-Sep 2

Join us for Memorial Day weekend or Labor Day weekend to help us with some work projects or join us for a weekend of relaxation, or both!
Cost: Free

Click Here for more info for Memorial Day Work Retreat May 24-27, 2024

Week-Long Family Camp

Week 2: June 30-July 5

Adventure for all ages! Bring your family together to experience the joy of camp and dwell in the beauty of God’s creation. Adults will have time to participate in Bible Study or enjoy camp activities while FLBC staff lead Bible Study and activities for youth.
Registration for Family Camp opens January 15, 2024 at 10:00 am (Mountain Time)
Cost: Campers Ages 12+ = $630 / Ages 4–11 = $315 each / Children 3 & Under = Free

Grand Camp

Week 4: Short Week / July 14-17 (Sun-Wed)
Week 4: Long Week / July 14-19 (6 days)

Grandparents! Bring your grandkids for a 3 night, 4 day camp! Activities and Bible Study offered for all ages. Enjoy the ropes course, sandbox, art barn, archery, and more (depending on age!) as well as a mid-week Talent Show! Plus, youth campers will have a chance to do an overnighter at one of our sleep-out spots with our staff.
Costs include all activities, meals, & housing.
Cost Short Week: Campers Age 12+ = $500 / Ages 4-11 = $250 / Ages 0-3 = free
Cost Full Week: Campers Age 12+ = $630 / Ages 4- 11 = $315 / Ages 0-3 = free

Looking for more information about Summer Camps at FLBC? Here are some answers to frequently asked questions. If you have a question that remains unanswered, please contact the FLBC office at 406-752-6602 or office@flbc.net

More info about Outback, Night Camp, Treehouse Camp, Adventure Camp, Wild Water Week

These camps are adventure programs that take place at Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp, but spend 90% of their time away from the main camp area and instead take place in our campout areas – Outback, Murphy Brassett, Bear Valley, Wilderness Area, etc. These areas have platform, canvas tent cabins with rustic bunk beds inside them. Each bunk has a mattress; campers should bring sleeping bags & pillows, and any other sleeping equipment (sleeping pads, etc.) that will help make their stay comfortable. Facilities include outhouses(portapotties) near these campout areas. Access to showers is limited throughout the week, with a chance to shower 1x during the week. These campers will prepare (and clean up after) most of their own meals over campfires and camping stoves, with a menu more like an off-site backpacking trip. Campers in these programs should expect to have minimal interaction with other programs happening at FLBC at that time.

I’m registered, what’s next?

You will receive an email confirmation and welcome letter which includes a list of what to bring to camp. You can also find this on our website (under Forms & Information).

When is everything due?

For campers registered before June 1st:
• Full payment, health form, and required waivers are due by June 1st.
For those registering after June 1st:
• Full payment is due at time of registration.
Please complete forms online at the time of enrollment or as soon as possible.
Having forms filled out online early will:
• Make registration fat go much smoother for you and your camper.
• Allow your camper’s counselor to review their information and better care for your camper
• Improve your church campership communication
• Help us have your camper’s medical information readily available at a moment’s notice

What time should I arrive at camp for my week?

Camp registration begins each week on Sunday afternoon from 3:30–5:00pm (Wednesday afternoon for Half-Week campers). Registration will be located near the basketball court or, if it’s raining, in the Cockrell Center.

When is the camp week over?

Camp ends with a closing worship/program at 11 am on the last day of your camper’s session (this could be Tuesday for first-half, half week campers, Wednesday for Week 4 campers, or Friday for full week sessions). Family and friends are invited to join us for worship in the Amphitheater, located just beyond the parking lot. Departure is around noon!

May I send my camper mail while at camp?

Yes! However, consider mail travel time to ensure it arrives in time! Please NO care packages, gifts, or food.

Mailing address:
FLBC ”Camper Name and Program” (ie. Pioneer)
PO Box 790
Lakeside, MT 59922

You can also email your camper!
Send a message to camper@flbc.net with their name & cabin information in the subject line.

What if I want to come to camp but can’t afford it?

FLBC believes that every person who wants to come to camp should be able to do so! No one is ever turned away for financial reasons. 25% of all program fees are already funded through generous gifts from FLBC supporters. If your child or a person you know needs financial assistance, “Camperships” are available beginning April 15th.

Call the office at 406-752-6602 to request a Campership form after you have already checked with your congregation and/or family for other scholarship availability.

Where are you located?

We are located on the west side of Flathead Lake along Highway 93, 17 miles south of Kalispell, Montana, 3 miles south of Lakeside.

Directions to FLBC:

From Highway 93—Turn onto Lutheran Camp Road (between mile markers 94 & 95). After half a mile, turn left at the ‘Y’ and continue another half mile to the parking lot on the right (just beyond the Gathering Pavilion).

Are there any discounts?

Camperships are always available. Additionally, for YOUTH camp sessions, register by March 1st and receive $100 off your camper fees; register by April 1st and receive $50.

What does a day at camp look like?

No 2 days at camp are the same! That being said, here is a sample schedule for our traditional on-site camps! Specialty camps have their own schedules, different activities, etc.