2020 Camp Lakewood Programming

Camp Lakewood offers many sessions and programs throughout the summer, for children ages 6-17. Take a look at our programming and pricing for 2020. 

We realize that families have different abilities to pay, so we offer a voluntary 3-tiered pricing program for Main Camp, East Camp, Jr. Rangers, Rangers and Equestrian Program. The tier you choose in no way influences the quality of experience each child receives.

(Tier 1) Full and actual cost of a child at camp: This includes direct expenses and long-term wear and tear.
(Tier 2) Partially subsidized rate for those families who can pay a little more than the subsidized rate: More accurately accounts for the true direct cost of camp.
(Tier 3) Subsidized rate: This price does not reflect the true cost of camp.


Registration Now Open!

2020 Sessions & Pricing at a Glance

We offer scholarships to those who qualify to ensure that all children have this wonderful opportunity. You can view our Financial Aid information here. 

For questions, please contact the Camp Lakewood office directly at 573-438-2155, or by email at camplakewood@gwrymca.org.

Lakewood Girls Bridge

Four Day Camp Programs

Our four-day camp programs are for children ages 6-17. These sessions include certain age groups and also ranch camp. These shorter sessions are also perfect for the first-time camper to be introduced to camp before attending a full-week session. There's something for everyone!
Campers hiking at Camp Lakewood

One Week Camp Programs

We offer many one-week camp programs for kids ages 8-17. These sessions include traditional camp programs, as well as wilderness and equestrian programs.
Camp Lakewood Camp Counselors

Leaders & Counselors In Training

If your high schooler (16+) is looking for ways to improve their leadership skills, we've got just the program for them.
Camp Lakewood Campers

Outdoor Education

The classroom is a great avenue for learning, but stepping into the natural classroom with our Outdoor Education program supplements traditional education in a real and unique way. Available during non-camp season (mid-August to mid-May), kids can poke and peer and play – sometimes even getting their hands dirty while experiencing the great outdoors.