Camp Wapo

Welcome to camp - where fun and faith collide!

At camp you'll meet Jesus in new and exciting ways through friendships, inspiring worships, fun games, caring counselors, blazing campfires, and more. Come to camp and learn how we are called to live in community...together!

Camp Wapo sits in between Bear Trap Lake and Lake Wapogasset in Amery, Wisconsin. All campers enjoy unique faith-enriching activities, and completed 9-12 graders get to participate in a separate camp experience specifically tailored to that age group. No matter your age, trust that your week at camp will be an exciting time of deep growth in faith and unforgettable memories. Additional camp information is available on the Camp Wapo website.


Youth Camp (completed grades 4 - 8)

June 16 - 21
Cost: $455
$100 non-refundable/non-transferable deposit is due at registration.
Register to ride the bus to Camp Wapo
Register for your free Wapo t-shirt
Registration is directly through the Wapo website.

The week is packed with a variety of activities that are meant to impact kids for eternity. Each day includes Bible study, chapel, cabin activities, free time, field games, and campfire. See more info about camp.

View what to pack. Check out the Wapo blog.


Senior High Camp (completed grades 9 - 12)

June 16 - 21
Servant Leadership Program
Cost: $455 or $380 with 9th grade discount (pay the deposit and SOTV will transfer 9th grade discount and fundraising/scholarship money as appropriate prior to final payments.)
$100 non-refundable/non-transferable deposit is due at registration.
Register to ride the bus to Camp Wapo
Register for your free Wapo t-shirt
Registration is directly through the Wapo website.

This program provides Senior High youth the opportunity to dig deeper in faith while growing in relationship with their peers. Each day will include Bible study, prayer practices, caring conversation, worship, games, and community building. Senior High campers will spend a majority of their time at Ox Lake while also participating in some activities at the Wapo site throughout the week. Highlights for the week include low and high ropes, bubble soccer, campfires, co-ed Bible studies and discussions, and field trips to Wild Mountain Water Park (Taylors Falls) and Ellie’s Ice Cream (Amery). See more info about camp.

Check out the Wapo blog.