***CAMP LADORE UPDATE***
Every year, we consult healthcare professionals, our national standards, and our local camp professionals in order to deliver on making our camp a safe and amazing place for all the people who participate in our programs. Residential camp has always been about close-knit community, so we make it our business to review and implement the best practices for health screenings and healthcare policies available to us each season.
Presently, we are monitoring the situation surrounding COVID-19 in the United States and in the local communities we serve. As the situation stands, we are continuing to plan for camp without interruption. We have communicable disease plans in place and will revise those plans based on the latest advice from public health authorities as new information becomes available.
To keep you well-informed, Camp Ladore will continue to communicate with parents and staff through our website, social media presence, local Salvation Army corps, and service centers with the latest updates as they pertain to camp.
Please continue to follow the guidelines of the CDC and your personal care provider as we navigate this difficult season. We look forward with hope to another successful camping season.
is owned and operated by The Salvation Army. Situated among picturesque mountain ranges it consists of approximately 1,200 acres of land surrounding a 365 acre lake. Our programs take full advantage of these natural resources for contributing to the spiritual, educational, social, and recreational needs of every camper. Camp Ladore is ready to provide the ultimate camping experience with a mature well-trained staff and accreditation through the American Camp Association.
The Camp facilities include a swimming pool, lakeside waterfronts for boating, pioneer living area, hiking trails, animal farm, a high ropes challenge course, arts & crafts and nature lodges, 4 athletic fields and basketball courts. Outdoor amphitheaters with campfire circles are used during evening programs and devotional times. Each village also has its own activity building for rainy days.