Camp Lutherwood Oregon believes all kids should have the opportunity to attend camp. We know camp families have differing abilities to pay, so we offer a voluntary three-tiered pricing program to better meet all financial needs. Since you know your family’s financial situation better than we do, you self-select the rate you can afford!
Reduced pricing doesn’t change the quality camp experience your child receives!
Having multiple payment options simply shows you the true cost of Camp Lutherwood Oregon programming and gives you the ability to decide how much you can pay toward camp. The level you choose is up to you. Consider selecting the highest price you can afford…it helps more kids come to camp!
Tier 1: Most accurately reflects the “true cost” of camp.
Tier 2: Slightly subsidized for families needing some support to make camp affordable.
Tier 3: Subsidized rate through fundraising, special events, and contributions from camp supporters. Choose this rate if you are applying for additional Campership support from Camp Lutherwood Oregon or a 3rd party organization is covering your cost of camp.
Payment: You may pay in full with your registration, pay the minimum $75 deposit, or pay something in between. If you choose to not pay in full when you register, you may log back in anytime to make payments prior to the start of camp.
Payment Plan: We offer an optional automatic payment plan directly from your credit or debit card, either a one-time charge for your camp balance or monthly installments prior to the start of camp! In order to enroll in a payment plan, select “Other payment options” when checking out.
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Camp does allow parents/guardians to send emails to their camper. Specific instructions will be given to you during registration about how best to use this service. We highly encourage you to send letters and care packages by snail mail too! Please note that our mail delivery times vary each day, and we do our best to make sure campers receive anything that is sent. Emails and snail mail are usually delivered to the campers during dinner time each night.
Please send all packages and snail mail to: 22960 HWY 36 | Cheshire, OR 97419
Every effort is made to provide a safe environment for campers. We follow the highest industry standards set out by the American Camp Association (ACA) as an ACA accredited camp.
Our nurse/medic is on site 24/7 to assist with any health care needs. We will not hesitate to call emergency medical personnel if warranted. We will make every effort to contact parents/guardians immediately if any serious injuries or illnesses occur. In cases of prolonged illness parents will be asked to take their child home.
Check-in for partial week and week-long camps is 3:00-5:00PM on Sundays all summer. When you arrive, there will be Lutherwood staff there to help guide you through our check-in process, including help carrying items to cabins! Plan on at least 30 minutes for check-in. Be sure you have all necessary forms submitted prior to registration to make the process go more quickly.
Check-out for week-long camps is on Fridays, and we invite you to come to the Closing Campfire which begins at 1:30PM. This is a great chance to hear what the campers, along with their whole cabin, say about their week of camp. Closing Campfire will end around 2:00PM, and the campers are able to leave after the parent/guardian, or authorized pick-up person has completed the check-out process.
Check-out for partial week camps is on Tuesdays, and we invite you to come to the which begins at 1:30PM, with a 2:00PM departure time.
Check-in for weekend programs begins at 5:00PM Friday and dinner starts at 6:00PM. Check-out will be after lunch between 12:30-1:00PM.
If you are having trouble logging on and need help remembering your password, here are some simple steps to help you unlock your account:
If you are still having trouble, please feel free to call our offices: (541) 998-6444
You can always reset your password and UltraCamp will send a link to your email that is connected to the account. This can help you determine which email you used.
If you have further problems logging in, please contact our office: (541) 998-6444
Your “username” on UltraCamp is the email address connected to your account.
Churches and organizations that sponsor camper fees will receive a personalized code from our office. The church or organization will be responsible for designating the amount and to whom will receive the codes. We are not authorized to add the code for you, without direct permission from the church or organization.
When you register and use the code provided from the church or organization, the system will automatically deduct the pre-arranged amount from your invoice.
If you are unsure if the church will be paying but would still like to register, you may do so.
During the registration select “yes” on sponsoring organizations and fill out the third party payment details with the name, address, and amount
If you have any questions about this process, please contact our office: (541) 998-6444
All campers, both adult and youth, need to complete:
For special programs, like High School Summit and Outdoor Adventure, there will be additional waivers.
All these forms are available in your account through our registration system. If you have any trouble filling these out, please contact our office.
Phone: (541) 998-6444
We want every camper and person who comes to our site feel welcomed and relaxed. To help you, your camper, or group prepare for your time at camp, here are a few tips and things to keep in mind!
What to bring:
|Essentials||Optional Items||Special Items|
|-Bible||-Backpack||-Program Specific Supplies (rafting, service projects, climbing)|
|-Sleeping Bag & Pillow||-Fitted sheet to cover the camp mattress||-Musical Instruments|
|-Casual Clothes (jeans, shorts, T-shirts)||-Backpack||-Letter writing materials|
|-Underwear & Socks (bring enough for the week, and a few extra pairs!)||-Bug spray & lip balm|
|-Layers (Rain jackets, sweatshirts, extra socks) for the evening||-Headlamp or flashlight|
|-Bath Towel, washcloth, toiletries (shampoo, toothpaste, etc.)||-Money for Trading Post (deposited on Sunday check in)|
|-Medications (if needed)||-Creek walking shoes (not flipflops)|
|-Sunscreen & hats||-Extra pair of shoes for hiking|
|-Water bottle (or purchase one from our Trading Post!)||-White clothing item for tie dye|
*Please note: no weapons of any kind, fireworks, or drugs/alcohol are allowed on-site. We encourage you not to pack any valuables as the camp will not be liable for lost, stolen, or damaged items. Our camp does not have cell phone service, so it’s best to leave personal devices in the car or with the parent/guardian before checking in.
“Your kid’s first time at summer camp: 15 tips for getting packed and prepared” by Asha Dornfest, Parent Hacks
“7 things I wish I knew before sending kids to sleepaway camp” by Alesandra Dubin, Today
“13 Tips for Helping Anxious Kids Enjoy Summer Camp” by Child Mind Institute
If you have any questions about what to pack, please contact us by phone: (541) 998-6444 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Campers will have the chance to evaluate their week of camp before the check out process begins. Parents/Guardians will be sent a follow up email with a survey where you can further share how your campers experience was at camp. This is a great time to talk to your camper about things they tried, how they liked the food, or something new they learned. We hope that each person who walks across our bridge has an empowering experience, and would encourage you to engage with your camper or family about their time at camp. They may ask to pray before meals, or you might catch them singing and dancing to one of the camp songs! These are good indicators that your camper had a great time at camp.
Sometimes, campers can struggle with their week away from home. We are always looking for feedback for how to improve our programming and overall services. Please feel free to contact us with comments or concerns both good and bad!
Phone: (541) 998-6444
“Home from Camp” by Beth Arky, Child Mind Institute
“9 Tips For A Smoother Re-Entry Home From Overnight Camp” by Lauren Kozloff Sinrod, ScaryMommy.com