Recognizing that families have differing abilities to pay, Lake Louise uses a voluntary tiered pricing structure. This pricing does not influence the quality of the camp experience, but it does help Lake Louise continue to provide excellent programs, staffing, and facilities to everyone that attends their camps.
Tier A ($418) is a subsidized rate that helps keep camp affordable for as many families as possible.
Tier B ($465) is the direct cost of a camp and covers the specific expenses incurred during a camper’s week including food, housing, summer staff, and program materials.
Tier C ($512) is the true cost of camp that allows for the long-term sustainability and facility program improvements.
If additional funds are needed in order to make the camp experience a possibility, reach out to your local church and the Lake Louise office.
Lack of funding is never a reason to not send your kid to camp! We will figure it out! Please just send us a message if you need some guidance. We are happy to help.
Click the button below to take you to the Lake Louise Parent Resource Center which includes information on the following:
Additional Health Center Information
What to Bring to Camp List
Frequently Asked Questions
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