Lake Wapogasset Lutheran Bible Camp

Lake Wapogasset is located in Amery, WI, just 2 hours east of the twin cities. Wapo's mission is to provide opportunities for people to discover, build and celebrate their relationship with Christ, the church and each other.

Dates for 2023:

  • Online registration opens January 15 to Church “Blocks”  – use this link to register:
  • Light of Christ Camp youth will be at camp the following weeks:
    • June 23-25 (SEEDS)
    • June 25-30 (Wapo Youth or Servant Leadership Camp)
    • June 28 (Wapo One Day for grades 1-4)
    • July 30-August 4 (Wapo Youth or Servant Leadership Camp)
    • August 13-18 (Wapo Youth or Servant Leadership Camp)
Note: Spaces are reserved for Light of Christ through March 1, and then are open to the public... so register soon!

Here is more info about each age group at Wapo. For further details, please visit the Camp Wapo website!
  • Grades 1-3 (completed) are invited to attend SEEDS... a weekend camp just for the youngest campers to have their first camp experience.  
  • Grades 4-6 (completed) stay at Wapo and grow in faith and friendship through campfires and worship, Bible studies, field games, crafts and much more!
  • Grades 7-8 (completed) can choose to attend either Wapo or Ox Lake (sister camp just 10 minutes from Wapo that is for grades 7-12). At Ox Lake, youth will participate in the same goodness as what they experience at Wapo but they also get to participate in more "high adventure" activities such as high/low ropes, horseback riding, canoeing and awesome games like human foosball and bubble soccer!
  • Grades 9-12 (completed): Servant Leadership Camp is for high school youth that are ready for more of a challenge and more leadership. Youth must apply and will be paired with a cabin as a "junior counselor" for the week. Talk to Kirsten for more info about this great experience!
  • First time at camp? If your child is unsure about camp and would like to just "check it out" for a day, then Wapo One Day is for you! From 9 am - 3 pm on Wednesday, August 3, kids that have completed K-4 can come and experience camp just for a day. Parents can attend with kids or we will arrange carpooling (depending on numbers).