Registration for Summer 2020 now open!

Please see our registration page for dates, prices, and details and to download the application form.

Opportunities to Socialize and Work Together

Each cabin consists of up to nine campers and one counselor. We encourage the cabins to become a team and work together to God’s glory in all that they do.Whether it’s cleaning the cabin, rowing a rowboat, untying a human knot, or even becoming the “Camp Champs,” they all do it together!

Our Activities

Camp Programs

Each summer Camp Bird for Lutherans, Inc. holds three one-week sessions for WELS youth. It’s an amazing opportunity for young people to unplug and spend time in God’s creation while reconnecting with old friends and meeting new ones.

Summer 2020 Sessions

Camp Bird's welcome sign

Camp Bird Campus

1. Caretaker’s Cabin
2. Rec. Hall
3. Mess Hall
4. Old Crafts Building
5. Drewry Nature Center
6. New Crafts Building
7. Nurse’s Cabin
8. Staff Cabin
9. Woodshed/Outhouse
10. Flagpole
11. Amphitheatre & Fire Ring

 

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About Camp Bird

Camp Bird for Lutherans is a summer camp held in July for kids in 5th-8th grades at Camp Bird Youth Center near Crivitz, Wisconsin. Our goal is to give campers the chance to grow in their faith as they share the experience of summer camp. Camp Bird gives you memories that last a lifetime and builds faith that lasts an eternity. Our topnotch experienced staff is dedicated to seeing the campers grow through various fun and challenging activities. But we can’t do this without you, so come check us out for yourself!

Our Full History

Camp Bird quickly becomes your second home, and the friends you make become your second family. When you go back each year, it’s like you never left.

– Julie F.

CANCELLATION OF CAMP
It is with a heavy heart that the Board of Directors has decided to cancel Camp Bird for Lutherans for all three weeks commencing July 5th, 12th, and 19th. Lord willing, we hope to see all of you next summer. All registration fees will be fully refunded in due course. It is unfortunate that in such unprecedented times we must make these difficult decisions. Praise God that we know He is in control of all things in heaven and on earth. "And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose" (Romans 8:28).
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