Pine Lake Camp is located 9 miles south of Waupaca, WI,
on County K. The camp roots can be traced back to 1947
when the former United Lutheran Church purchased a large
tract of property on Pine Lake and developed a camp
designed to serve youth. A few historic facilities were
kept including Cedar Lodge, a quaint building with a
natural stone fireplace overlooking the sandy lake. The
unique natural features of the camp include a long point
surrounded by water, hilly back country with trails that
wind through ponds and meadows, and beautiful pine and
oak trees which provide color throughout the seasons of
the year. A beautiful log chapel, dining hall, and
several improved retreat and conference facilities make
this site particularly attractive to year round use.
While you are here, we invite you to wander the 150
acres and to experience faith and life from a whole new
perspective. Many of our facilities are new or have been
updated within the past several years. You will find
comfortable lodging and great food as you leave the
busy-ness of the world behind to enjoy the quiet of a
late autumn day or the sparkling contrast of fresh snow
on deep forest green pine branches outside your window.
The fireplaces become warm with conversation and
friendship, and the coffee is always on!
Pine Lake provides food service to all groups in its
dining room. Groups join together at meal time for great
food and fellowship. We ask that your group assist with
set-up and clean-up when food service is requested.
Bedding is available when arranged at an additional fee.
There are trails for hiking or skiing (equipment
provided), fields for gaming, tennis and basketball
seasonally. Even into the winter, Redwood Lodge is open
as a large activity space for indoor recreation out of
the snow or rain.
There is a wide variety of lodging and meeting space
available to suit your group's needs. Pine Lake Camp can
accommodate a group of 8 or 80 any time of the year and
At Pine Lake’s Evergreen Lodge, you'll find
the freedom to relax, create and share time with friends
new and old. The Evergreen Lodge is a high comfort adult
facility with many of the amenities found in hotels.
There are 12 bedrooms with attached bathrooms (2
private, 10 semi-private). Full linen service is
included. Two large meeting rooms, projection equipment,
tv/dvd and wireless internet are available for groups
using this facility.
Juniper Lodge is made up of four rooms, each
with it’s own shower and bathroom—one lodging room meets
ADA accessibility standards. The four rooms flank a
large gathering area with a gas fireplace and an
Sequoia houses two rooms that sleep up to 10 people in
bunks. Each room has it’s own bathroom and shower.
Although Sequoia does not have a gathering space of its
own, retreat guests typically use the Lakeside Room in
the Dining Hall to gather in.
Pine Lake’s other housing accommodations are varied and
will be suitable for most any group using the
facilities. Also at Pine Lake, low ropes challenge
elements are available for group-building. Cross-country
ski equipment is available seasonally.