The mission of Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert is to provide a high quality camping and recreational experience for children and adults by enhancing the physical, social, mental, and spiritual well being of each individual.
THE CORE VALUES
These values guide our decisions, activities, actions, and expectations of both campers and staff alike. Each one is connected and related to each other in an intricate web that ultimately creates “camp.” They are not ideas we merely post on a wall to inspire; they are concepts we live by everyday in both speech and action. It’s why we continue to be leaders in the camping industry after a century of success!
You learn the true meaning of community while at camp. You will feel connected with others and gain respect for each person. The camp community is one that is founded on trust, honesty, loyalty, accountability, and compassion/caring. We celebrate the uniqueness that each individual brings with them but also realize the similarities we have in needs.
We strive for the best and encourage others to do the same. We have high standards and bring with us a great deal of knowledge, expertise, and commitment. Camp requires a great deal of cooperation and a positive attitude. Safety is kept as our top priority.
Enthusiasm and a positive attitude at camp help create an environment that yields lots of fun. Skit nights, special days, campfires and hanging out with friends – whether campers or staff – bring with it smiles and laughter.
Camp is a place where one can continue to learn, no matter your age. We encourage healthy risk taking and challenge each person as individuals. At camp, you get the chance to reflect upon who you are as a person at your core. We aim to build confidence and self-respect.
Friendships at camp are based on honesty and a deep sense of caring. Camp teaches each participant about being responsible for his or her own actions. As a result, campers and staff alike develop the most meaningful relationships…ones that last a lifetime. CFAB- Camp Friends Are Best.
I was a camper from 1954-1962 and remember so many of the songs. Nutcracker and Clubhouse still have the same cabin songs. I so want to go back and visit.
My husband spent several summers as a boy at Camp Lincoln. Those summers shaped his life and I have heard many of the stories hundreds of times. He loved camp and wanted our girls to go to the same camp and have a similarly great experience.
I was a teenager when I went to CLH and it was a great decision! I was shy and it really brought me out of my shell. I had more confidence. I changed so much that some people back home did not even recognize me. CLH is the best! I wish I had known about it sooner so that I could have come more summers.