Welcome to the Wisconsin Lions Camp 

Join us for a week away from home to experience the adventure of the lifetime!

Come swim and boat on Lions Lake, explore in our environmental education program, hit a target in archery, climb to new heights on our climbing tower, high ropes and zip line, create lasting art and performance projects, enjoy a campfire and wallow in our mud pit. Meet other children and adults from Wisconsin and build lasting friendships in a safe environment.

This quality camping experience is provided free-of-charge to eligible children and adults with disabilities from Wisconsin. We serve children and adults who are blind or visually impaired, Deaf or Hard of Hearing, children with intellectual disabilities or educational autism and children with diabetes. A chance remark, “Blind kids can’t go to outdoor camps and stuff like that…” started it all in 1955 and in 1956, the Lions Clubs of the State of Wisconsin founded the Wisconsin Lions Camp and the Wisconsin Lions Foundation, Inc. to administer the Camp program. From that humble beginning with 26 campers, we are proud to serve over 1,300 campers a summer.


What’s Happening at Camp?

Our new summer camp staff application website is now available.  All of the positions we have are on-line, including all counselors, specialists, volunteers, counselors-in-training, health care and food service positions.  Please go to this website to apply:  wilionscamp.workbrightats.com.
We look forward to seeing your application soon!
2/28/19 – The Nursing Assistant and Arts Director positions are closed
We will be holding our New Camper Open House on Sunday, May 12, 2019 from 9 Am – 3 PM.  It is designed to introduce new or potential campers to Camp prior to the summer season.  Depending on weather, we will have camp activities open to try, a lunch in the dining hall, as well as tours of the buildings going on all day.  You can come for the morning, for the afternoon, or for the whole day to explore Camp and learn more about what we do.  Click here for a registration form.