REGISTER TODAY is happening right now! Enroll A Camper Now Every Kid Should Join E-Camp! A Summer to Remember enroll a camper now DAILY VIDEOS TAKE ME TO YOUR VIDEOS

****CAMP LADORE UPDATE****

Summer is NOT cancelled, introducing E-Camp! An exciting summer camp experience at home. No, we are not trying to give parents more to do, we have created an easy to access programs for kids to enjoy! We will mail materials to your home for our campers to use alongside our uploaded videos. There are crafts, goodies and activities that will help bring the feel of camp into your homes.

Join us for this new experience, with familiar faces, and the classic Camp Ladore spirit. If your campers have already applied to camp we will email you instructions on how to begin. If you would like to join in on the fun, apply today!

We can’t wait to see you and your families again.

God Bless You!

Your Camp Ladore Service Team

alumni-w-logo-1000-608.png
Alumni

stay in touch

more
6L1A2923-scaled.jpg
Staff Positions

Join the team

Apply Now

A Summer to Remember

Camp Ladore

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.

- Activities -
Boys & Girls
Ages 7-16
Age Appropriate Activities
Christian Education
Pool and Waterfront
Variety of Program Areas
professional staff
- American Camp Association Production -

Watch a video about the benefits of camp

- facilities -

camp map

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.
- camp changes lives -

relevant articles

Rise Up

Rise Up

During Times of Uncertainty By Linda Flynn-Mulliner, Camp Ladore Alumna Reflecting back, I once again find myself in the throes of uncertainty. An uncertainty caused by none other than the reality...

Get Hooked On Nature

Get Hooked On Nature

Ben Klasky At TEDxRainier As kids now spend more time with entertainment media, they’re getting less and less time outdoors, despite the mental and physical health benefits. Ben Klasky, CEO...

Every Kid Needs A Champion

Every Kid Needs A Champion

Rita Pierson, a teacher for 40 years, once heard a colleague say, “They don’t pay me to like the kids.” Her response: “Kids don’t learn from people they don’t...

Camp Friendship & Social Skills

Camp Friendship & Social Skills

Why Making Friends is One of the Most Important Things that Happens at Summer Camp “Friendship is the gold of childhood” Michael Thompson, Ph.D. When I saw this TED Talk by Susan Pinker, “The...