God willing, there WILL be camp again this summer, but uncertainty remains. COVID will likely continue to impact us in unexpected ways, but we will remain flexible and work hard to meet any new challenges. Dates are set, but we await approval from the appropriate state and local government officials before accepting applications. For now, we hope you will tentatively plan to attend the week of your choice commencing on either Sunday July 4th, July 11th, or July 18th. Save the date!
At this point, we do not anticipate opening the application process before March 10th. Check back frequently for further updates. We expect camp to fill quickly, so be prepared. If you want to be in the same cabin with a friend, then you are encouraged to coordinate your plans with that friend early. It would also be helpful to submit the applications together in the same envelope.
Hope to see you in July!
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!
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.
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!
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.