Where We're Located
Lutherhaven is located on Lake Coeur d'Alene, a beautiful destination resort region in north Idaho. Programs there are conducted in a traditional camp setting (with younger campers sharing camp with you) and include work projects and/or outreach opportunities with our special needs campers. Recreational opportunities include the climbing wall, zip line, giant swing, Jungle Joe waterfront toy, canoeing, and high adventure course. Round out your week with dynamic Bible study, campfire devotions, big ball field games, and great new lifelong friends!Directions to Camp Lutherhaven
Shoshone is located in the middle of the Idaho Panhandle National Forests, 35 acres surrounded by three-and-a-half million acres of some of the wildest country on the continent! Typically Idaho Servant Adventurers have exclusive use of Shoshone, although some weeks might be shared with other campers or guests on-site. Work projects are either on- or off-site; daily off-site projects are located 30 minutes to an hour away on the National Forest or in historic mining towns scattered in Idaho's Silver Valley. Recreational opportunities include the zip-line, 40-foot natural cliff face climbing wall, tubing the Coeur d'Alene River, biking, swimmin' in the swimmin' hole, Ultimate Frisbee, horseback trail rides (for an additional fee) and other active games. Bible study, riverside campfires, and life-long friends complete your week!Directions to Shoshone Mountain Retreat >>>What are the accommodations like? How's the food?
Lodging may be dormitory-style, double or triple-rooms, or cabins, with either private bath, bath down the hall, or separate bath house.
Meals are served family-style and are famously awesome and hearty! We do our best to accommodate special dietary needs with prior notice. Participants can also buy snacks and pop at the Trading Post each evening.Heads up!
Cell phone reception is marginal at Camp Lutherhaven and disappears entirely 25 miles before you even think about getting to Shoshone Mountain Retreat, so let participants, adults and parent's know! Shoshone has a public phone that uses calling cards only, so come with a calling card in your pocket if you need to call home! There is no public internet access available at camp. Also see our FAQ page to learn more about camp >>