Camp Jefferson is a weekend filled with many activities – games, crafts, swimming, skits, campfires and meeting new friends – but the greatest focus is on learning God’s word.
There are 11 cabins, each with a counselor and a teen helper.
In 1982 it began as a Lutheran pioneer boy and girl camp, including members from Geneva, Grafton, Sutton and Aurora churches in Nebraska. After that it evolved and expanded to surrounding congregations.
In 2015 there were 68 Youth Campers, 44 Adult/Teen Helpers, and 38 Teen Campers.
Yes! If you wish to sponsor a child, please contact us for more information.
No, we invite everyone who wants to hear God’s word.
Yes! Parents, family, friends and anyone can volunteer.
Feel free to reach out and see what opportunities are available.
WELS stands for Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. For more information check out the WELS website.
Due to safety concerns, we will no longer be going tubing. As of 2018 a newly remodeled pool will be available for camp use.
Adult Counselor: 18 and older, Teen Helper: Freshmen – Senior
*All counselors and teen helpers must attend the counselor/help meeting before camp on Friday.
Camp fees were increased $5 in 2017.