We are very excited to announce that we now have a new Mission Statement and set of Core Values! Our Board of Directors has been working hard to put these together. For nearly a year, a Strategic Task Force talked with our campers, staff, volunteers, donors, and guests about what is it that makes us […]
Year-End Matching Gift:
$50,000 Donation Match!
Giving to Camp Amnicon now is most effective. All contributions are tax-deductible, and every dollar up to $50,000 will be matched by an anonymous donor through the end of the year! Give now to double your gift!
Help us bring more young people into Amnicon’s […]
Greetings once again from Camp Amnicon! And a Happy New Year!
It’s a balmy 2°F by the Lake today. Frankly, I’m too scared to look at the wind chill. Are you staying warm this January?
Well, just in case you’ve decided desperate times call for desperate measures, here are a few tips from some winter camping enthusiasts […]
Audrey has spent two summers at Amnicon as a guide, and next summer she’ll take on the role of Summer Assistant Director. Here, she reflects beautifully on the impact that her experiences at camp have had on her.
“At Luther College, I am defined by where I’m from (St. Peter, MN), my year (last), my area […]
Dasiyah and a group of her friends went on an Amnicon canoeing trip last summer. Many of them, including outspoken Dasiyah, were pretty nervous about spending all of that time in the woods. Here’s what Dasiyah had to say at the end of her trip!
“I changed from before I came to camp—I was petrified of […]
We really believe—and I know you do too—that when we feel safe to be real and authentic, living into our ‘capable and loveable child of God’ identity, and when we’re challenged, pushed outside of our comfort zones, it makes a lot of space for Christ to come in and change us. That’s what Amnicon campers […]
ICAL stands for I am Capable And Lovable. If campers can go home saying—and believing—“I am a capable and loveable child of God,” we’re doing our job! Here’s one mom’s reflection on what ICAL means to her family.
“I want to thank Camp Amnicon, especially family camp staff. We had an excellent week with them. […]