Welcome to Wisconsin Christian Youth Camp

Wisconsin Christian Youth Camp (WCYC) is a non-profit, volunteer-led organization dedicated to spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ. Primarily, we do this through our numerous Summer youth camp sessions, for kids aged 9 thru high school. These camp sessions are held on 450-acres of pristine Wisconsin forest near the town of Black River Falls, in central western Wisconsin.

We also offer Quest, which is a multi-day camp session available to campers of all ages. Once a year, we also host a college-aged retreat weekend, in addition to various youth rallies and church retreats throughout the year.

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From a theological standpoint, we believe in the resurrected Christ, and we are not ashamed to proclaim Him. For a more complete statement of faith, click here.

For a schedule of our upcoming camp sessions, click here.

If you have questions at any time, you can contact us or leave a comment below.

Summer Bible Camp Sessions

By far, most of our energies and resources are poured into our four summer youth Bible camp sessions. They are broken down by age groups, and occur at separate times. They are held on the campgrounds, referred to as Fallhall Glen. Campers have fun playing outside, building relationships, exploring nature, and studying God’s word, while being supervised by adult Christian volunteers committed to their well-being. For details on these camp sessions — dates, age groupings, and rates — click here.

Retreats & Rallies

During the non-Summer seasons, the WCYC facilities can be reserved and rented by churches, youth groups, or other organizations or individuals. In a given year, WCYC hosts numerous retreats and rallies. For details about Retreats & Rallies, contact our operations manager at [email protected]


WCYC is a non-profit organization supported by contributions from individuals and churches. Besides our Operations Manager — which is a part-time paid position — all other oversight, administration and operation is performed by volunteers.

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