Our process to submit an application online is easy. You can complete application in 5-10 minutes. You also have the option to “save for later” if you need more time. We recommend using an updated version of Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Edge for the best experience.
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A deposit is due with your application to secure your enrollment, based on session and time of the year:
Your Application Fee will not be charged until our office processes your enrollment.
Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard, and American Express
Personal and bank checks accepted. Checks can be made out to Camp Lincoln/Camp Lake Hubert and sent to:
Camp Lincoln/Camp Lake Hubert
7460 Market Place Drive
Eden Prairie, MN 55345
There is no cancellation fee during the first two weeks following enrollment. After that, Cancellation fees follow the following schedule:
TAP is the Tuition Assurance Program, which protects your tuition payments should you need to cancel for any reason. Should you cancel, your tuition payments are either refunded, or held as a credit towards a future camp session.
We celebrate diversity and getting to know as many new people as possible each summer at camp. However, if you wish to make a cabinmate request, that can be done during the application process. It can also be done on a separate online form that will be available in the spring. Please keep in mind the following:
Many times, grandparents, ex-spouses, aunts/uncles, or others will pay part or all of a camper’s tuition. There is a section of the enrollment application that allows one to enter their billing information and payment option choice.
If the payee prefers to call in with their payment details, you may mark on the application “pay by check” and have them call our office at 952-922-2545 once you have completed the application.
I LOVE that the camp has a no-electronics policy. This is incredibly important to me. It is good for my daughter to communicate, play, explore, and learn without a screen being involved.
Both camps looked amazing, well maintained, the grounds were beautiful and the facilities were awesome.
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.