We continue to trust God with all that happens at and through the ministry of Lake Waubesa Bible Camp. We desire to reach others with the love of Christ while keeping the health and safety of staff and guests a priority. God is at work at LWBC and we want to support the church, community, families, and individuals in the midst of the pandemic.

Please reach out if we can serve you in any way.

As a ministry, we have chosen to honor the state and local restrictions as well as guidelines from the healthcare and camping industry as we plan and host events, retreats and camp sessions. See below for an outline of the protocols and expectations.

Please contact camp with questions or for additional information on our Covid-19 protocols.


Use of outdoor space is encouraged whenever possible.

Adjustment of group sizes for activities, meals and in housing units are planned for summer.

Elimination or modification of some activities, housing and gathering locations are intended to reduce exposure and encourage physical distancing.

Outside guests/non-essential persons are restricted from interaction with participants/campers.


Buildings, bathrooms and rooms are cleaned and sanitized before and after each group/camp session.

Bathrooms are cleaned and sanitized regularly during group stays/camp week. Sanitizing materials available for guests.

High contact surfaces are disinfected/sanitized.

Hand sanitizer available in each building and at various outdoor locations.

Food service procedures follow applicable safety protocols.


Vaccinations/Covid test results not required for attendance.

Participants/campers are asked to self-screen for illness prior to arrival. We ask ill campers to forego attendance, unless cleared by a doctor or negative covid test.

Ill campers may be asked to return home.

Staff are routinely health-screened.

Frequent handwashing and use of hand sanitizer encouraged.

Current regulations require masks in some indoor settings for our guest groups.

Masks are not expected to be required during summer 2022. Regardless, masks will not be required outdoors or when summer campers are with their cabin group, indoors or outdoors.

What about Summer 2022?

We are planning on an exciting summer of both overnight and day camp sessions in 2022.

Modifications have already been made to our schedule to allow for increased cleaning and safe transitions between sessions for staff and campers. Staffing, cleaning and activity protocols based on healthcare, government and camping industry requirements and best practices are in place and will be updated and adjusted as needed. Any camp sessions cancelled by Lake Waubesa Bible Camp are fully refundable.

Taking Retreat Reservations for 2022-2023!

We are hosting retreats at full capacity. 

We are accepting retreat reservations. Should government restrictions or camp require the cancellation of a scheduled retreat, deposit is fully refundable.