“Regular exposure to nature can help relieve stress, depression, and attention deficits. It can reduce bullying, combat obesity, and boost academic scores. Most critical of all, abundant time in natural settings seems to yield long-term benefits in kids’ cognitive, emotional, and social development.”
— Scott Sampson, "How to Raise a Wild Child"

We live in an increasingly disconnected, technology-driven society. Kids today spend on average of 7.5 hours PER DAY on electronic media. At Camp Luther, we believe some of the most powerful, lasting learning comes when kids are engaged in impactful outdoor experiences. Outdoor Education equips your students with skills in communication, personal leadership, and problem solving while also building their understanding of the natural sciences through engaging, hands-on sessions.

Camp Luther staff work closely with you to adapt our outdoor education program to your group's unique needs. Once your group is at camp, our highly trained staff will lead most of the sessions and activities, allowing you to engage with your students and focus on community building within your classroom.



Recommended for students in Grades 3-8. Our program will be tailored to the age of your students.


Camp Luther is located near Three Lakes, WI in the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin. 


We offer Outdoor Ed programming throughout the school year. Register early to ensure your dates are available!


Retreats begin before lunch on the first day (please bring a sack lunch), and end after lunch on the final day. 


Three Day, Two Night Program: $100/person. This cost includes two nights housing, six meals, and full programming.  

Four Day, Three Night Program: $130/person. This cost includes three nights housing, nine meals, and full programming.

Five Day, Four Night Program: $155/person. This cost includes four nights housing, 12 meals, and full programming.


Housing is in our Retreat Center, which provides modern dorm-style accommodations for our guests. Individual rooms are shared by up to four persons, with community bathrooms/showers.

For spring/fall retreats, housing can also be provided in our villages—themed rustic cabins in our woods that are unheated. To learn more about our villages, click here.


Camp Luther requires one adult per eight students, with at least one male and one female adult leader for co-ed groups. Any required adults attend for FREE.


  • 2-4 Outdoor Education Sessions per day

  • Programmed activities such as archery, canoeing, mountain biking, and more

  • Team Building and Challenge Course

  • Guided Journaling and Reflection Time

  • Evening Worship/Devotions

Winter Session
Sample Options: 

  • Animal Tracking

  • Astronomy

  • Fire Building

  • Predator/Prey

  • Quinzee Shelter Building

  • Snowflake Study

  • Wilderness Skills

  • STEM Activities (Paper Rockets, Egg Drop, Tallest Tower, etc.)

Spring/Fall Session SAMPLE Options:

  • Astronomy

  • Bog Study

  • Fire Building

  • History of Voyageurs

  • Orienteering

  • Ornithology

  • Predator/Prey

  • STEM Activities (Paper Rockets, Egg Drop, Tallest Tower, etc.)Tree Study

  • Weather Study

  • Wilderness Skills

  • Wildlife Center

Winter Program
Sample Options:

  • Angleball

  • Broomball

  • Cross-Country Skiing

  • Downhill Tubing

  • Group Initiatives | Challenge Course

  • Lake Hikes

  • Snow Shoeing

  • Snow Ice Cream Making

Spring/Fall Program SAMPLE Options:

  • Angleball

  • Archery

  • Canoeing

  • Channel Campout

  • Disc Golf

  • Kayaking

  • Group Initiatives | Challenge Course

  • Nature Hikes


Download the registration form, then fill it out and return it to Camp Luther.


Contact Kardia (Camp Luther's Director of Programs) at kardia@campluther.com with questions or to request more information.