Mount Luther:  A Place Set Apart

Dear Parents, Campers, and Friends,

Welcome to Camp Mount Luther!  Campers have been enjoying camping at Mount Luther since 1963.  Camp is an important part in the development of anyone who enjoys our programs.  Why?  Because at church camp you will get to:

  • Grow in your faith:  We believe that faith is caught, not taught, so we spend time Gathering and Reflecting On God’s Word through readings, songs, games and demonstrations.  Our GROW Time this summer is based on the theme “A Love That Never Ends,”  as you will consider what it means to live in the world as people chosen by God, by studying five heroes of the Old Testament.
  • Make new friends:  Some of your best friends can be those that you meet at camp.  Our intentional Christian community is a great place to meet people like you, with similar beliefs, who will accept you for who you are!
  • Try new things:  Exploring new interests happens at camp.  You’ll do things here that you don’t do other places and may discover you have a talent you never knew about!
  • Experience nature:  Mount Luther is a camp in the mountains, nearly surrounded by the Bald Eagle State Forest.  It is not uncommon to see deer, bear, porcupines, raccoons, and wild turkey all in a week’s stay.  At our camp, you will find outdoor worship sites, athletic fields, walking trails, campsites, a pool, and a pond.  We know that extraordinary things happen when faith and nature meet!   

Camp is fun!  We provide well trained staff to lead you in a safe environment.  We are accredited by the American Camp Association.  This means that we meet the highest standards of the camping industry and provide a safe emotional and physical experience for our participants. 

Look through this brochure to learn more about our traditional, specialty, and adventure camps for you and your family.  We have something for everyone!  If Chad Hershbergeryou are a returning camper, I hope you’ll consider bringing a friend who has never been to camp. 

See you this summer!

Chad Hershberger, Executive Director

Open House

New campers should plan to join us on Sunday, April 26, 2015, from 2:00-4:00 p.m. for an Open House.  You can ask questions, tour camp, and see what it’s like to be a camper!  First time campers who are not yet registered for the summer and who attend the event can get a $25 discount on their summer registration!  More details will be shared on our website at!