How to communicate with your camper

This summer you can also send an electronic message to your camper through Your online account.  Once you are in your account go to “additional options” and then “email camper”. To ensure camper safety, the only way you can access this information is if you know the camper’s registration number or the last name/month of the camper’s birth. You can share this link with family or close friends who would like to send a message to your camper.

DO NOT E-MAIL YOUR CAMPER – FOR ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION log on on to your account; see above for directions.

Emails will not be distributed to campers. It is too time consuming for office staff to print and distribute emails to campers. Thanks for your understanding.

You can ALSO send a letter via the US Postal Service
Luther Point Bible Camp
Att: Your Camper’s Name
11525 Luther Point Rd
Grantsburg, WI 54840


In most cases, we request that campers do not talk with their parents over the phone. Oftentimes talking with parents in the middle of the week makes campers feel homesick. Also, if your camper is talking to you during the week and then returns and shares that information with his/her fellow campers, the other campers might get homesick and/or feel badly. Our goal is to help the campers ‘unplug’ from the world and feel the connections around them. The connections with nature, with fellow campers, with counselors, and with God. An additional goal is to take that new-found connectedness back home with them and share it with their family.

Please do not arrange a certain time to call your camper or for your camper to call you.  Please do not give them a cell phone to call you with.

If you have special concerns feel free to call 715-689–2347 to speak with one of our Program Directors, Liz or Scott, about your camper. Thank you.