Lone Prairie Camp is a safe and fun environment where people encounter respond to and are encouraged in their walk with God.
We are committed to facilitating life-changing encounters with the living God in an environment distinct from that of normal day-to-day experience.
Lone Prairie Camp Ltd (LPC) is a Christ-centred, registered charity that seeks to facilitate life-changing encounters with the living God in an environment distinct from that of normal day-to-day experience. We welcome people of every race, colour, religion, sex, age and mental or physical disability and are committed to helping equip them for service to their family, church and community. We desire to bring glory to our Lord and King by pursuing this call faithfully and with excellence while modelling Acts 2 style community.
Lone Prairie Camp’s main focus is on our summer camp program which includes onsite camps for grades 1-12, hiking & backpacking trips for grades 6-12 and even a family camp weekend. Our facilities are also available year-round to various groups which have included boy’s & girl’s clubs, family reunions, youth groups, school groups, etc.
Our kids love LPC!! It is seriously the highlight of their summer! Our oldest has been attending since gr. 3 and he is so excited to be able to start CLT training this year. What is it that makes them love this place so much? It's the people. They have cultivated an atmosphere of honor and gratitude and the kids want to step into that and up to that. The leaders step aside to let the younger kids go in front, they serve with joy no matter what the task is they are given, they model thanksgiving and give love generously. It's a place I am thankful kids can be immersed in goodness!
My kids have been going to this camp for 15 years and it has only gotten better. The staff and counselors are great and their love of God and serving children shows in everything they do.
My oldest has attended LPC since Grade 2. He enjoyed it so much so stated he wanted to keep going until he was old enough to be a leader. He has done that. He has now done 3 years of CLT and wants to keep going as a staff after he graduates from High School this year Both of my other two boys have gone as well and enjoyed it as much. The youngest is counting the years until he can begin his CLT training.