Situated on the eastern shore of Lincoln Lake in northeast Kent County, our campus encompasses over 40 acres of playgrounds, athletic fields, woods, natural wetlands and open views onto Lincoln Lake. In addition to classic camp activities like swimming, canoeing, and archery, we also offer unique activities like The Ice Box, the zip line, and our huge game of capture the flag.
Lincoln Lake is available as an excellent venue for your church or family event! We offer year-round use of our lodge, yurts, and chapel. We provide audio & video as well as Wi-Fi in our lodge and chapel to enhance your event. The Quonset Hut provides favorite activities such as our popular 'glow-ball' in the spring-summer-fall and boot hockey in the winter. Our clean and cozy accommodations, banquet-quality food, and budget-minded pricing provide top value for your youth ministry, adult retreat, or family event.
The lodge totals 21,000 square feet, and contains sleeping arrangements for up to 100 people. This year-round facility houses a 2,500 square-foot dining room with a beautiful view out across Lincoln Lake. It can seat up to 200 guests at any given time. The lodge is equipped with audio and visual equipment to serve as a multi-functional facility. The basement of the lodge contains a cafe and a game room featuring pool tables, ping pong, and pocket soccer. It also is an excellent option for a meeting room for groups of fifty or less.
The 2,700 square-foot chapel seats 200 guests and is equipped with audio and visual equipment. The chapel is utilized as one of LLBYC’s year-round facilities. The lower level contains sleeping quarters for up to 24 guests, 2 bathrooms, and a conference room.
The Quonset Hut is the home of our most popular activities: GLOWBALL, which is glow-in-the-dark dodge ball, and BOOT HOCKEY, which is when the weather turns cold, the floor is turned to ice, and teams compete for the Moss Cup.
The Houseman Hilton was renovated in 2013 and again in 2018 (a bathroom!). It consists of one large room with 24 beds, a small room with 2 beds, and a large bathroom. Large groups will love the chance to have fun together here, just a stone's throw away from the lodge and Quonset.
CABINS (Now this is camp!)
We have eleven cabins that can house eleven people each. These seasonal cabins are used to house summer campers. Five cabins include a half bath, with the bathhouse showers just a short walk away for the other cabins to use.
YURTS (Pictured to the left)
A yurt is a round tent-like structure built on a platform to allow maximum airflow into and out of the structure during the summer months. Each yurt is capable of housing twenty-two guests at a time.