Lake Waubesa Bible Camp

summer camp activities

swimming

swimming
The lakefront provides a wonderful opportunity for campers to cool off and swim! Guarded closely by our certified lifeguards, the swim time is open daily. Campers swim according to cabin assignments and are paired off with a buddy before entering the water. You know it's swim time when you hear the lifeguard yell, "Buddy Check!"
sand volleyball

sand volleyball
Lake Waubesa Bible Camp's sand volleyball is a popular activity at camp. Campers not only love playing volleyball, but many variations including "Nuke-'em" and "Waterballoon Volley". It's centrally located and a great place to meet new friends or even watch while others play.
crafts

crafts
At Lake Waubesa Bible Camp, we love creativity. The Craft Cabin is one way campers have the option to either be creative or learn new skills! Each day there are different opportunities for crafts, whether it is shrinky dinks, scratch art, beads and more.
in-ground trampoline

in-ground trampoline
Safety is a priority at Lake Waubesa Bible Camp which is why our trampoline is level with the ground. Overlooking the waterfront, and next to the Canteen and Rec Room, the trampoline is a camp favorite!
field games

field games
All-camp activities take place on a regular basis during summer camp. The field is the typical location for these games. Whether it's Tube City, Ultimate Frisbee, Sharks and Minnows, Soccer, or Baseball, you will find campers on the field!
turtle trailing

turtle trailing
The Esox Marsh located on LWBC's property affords the opportunity to catch various kinds of turtles. Although the campers are required to release the turtles back into the marsh, this does not supersede the thrill of catching one!
waterslide

waterslide
A well-known trademark of Lake Waubesa Bible Camp is its waterslide. Kids of all ages use plastic "waterslide boards" to speed down the slope gliding into the waves of Lake Waubesa. It's a thrill you won't forget!
team building

team building
Over the course of a week here at camp, LWBC seeks to bring unity, camaraderie, and fellowship among cabin-mates. Team building is a wonderful opportunity to set up scenarios in which cabins and individuals must work together for a common goal. Whether its the wooden triangles, the challenge wall, or simply using a tennis ball, all activities seek to bring mutual support and solidarity to the team.
fishing

fishing
Situated right on the lake (Lake Waubesa), Lake Waubesa Bible Camp has the advantage of numerous waterfront activities, including fishing. It is not unusual for campers to catch a fish that wows not only their peers, but staff as well!
zipline

zipline
LWBC's newest camp adventure is our Zip line. Climb atop our 35 foot platform either our stairway tower or using hand/foothold pegs (for thrill-seekers!) for a wonderful panorama of the surrounding area. Our Zip line spans almost 250 feet, zooming over the highest point on camp. It's a rush you won't want to miss out on!
the rec room

the rec room
Overlooking Lake Waubesa, the Rec Room is not only a place to sit and enjoy tasty treats but also filled with carpet ball, ping pong, foosball and air hockey! During the summer it is a common place to enjoy conversation, fun and friendly competition. It is attached to the Canteen and Camp Store, making it a popular location among campers and staff.
archery

archery
Lake Waubesa Bible Camp seeks to provide unique activity opportunities for campers to experience in their time spent at camp. Archery, being one of them, provides the opportunity for campers to express and develop their skills in a distinct and unparalleled sport in today's culture.
boats

boats
Lake Waubesa Bible Camp owns a speedboat and a pontoon boat. Both offer great enjoyment to those who attend summer camp. All campers are provided an opportunities to enjoy a ride around the lake. Older campers (beginning in middle school) are offered the opportunity to go tubing.

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