Lutheridge is located in the mountains just south of Asheville, North Carolina, and just 2 miles from the Asheville Regional Airport. This 160 acre, gated facility can accommodate up to 180 adults or 550 youth in housing ranging from hotel style to rustic cabins. Twelve meeting rooms can serve from 10 to 550 guests at a time. Onsite amenities include hiking trails, 24-hour fitness room, 24-hour guest service staff, professionally-trained chef, indoor climbing wall, group interaction course, climbing tower, lake for fishing or canoeing, disc golf course, multiple playgrounds and more.
Driving directions and a site map of Lutheridge are available here.
Want to know more about the importance of sending your camper to a faith camp? Visit our YouTube page to see interviews with parents who share the positive and life-long impact a week at Lutheridge has made on their camper. A few of the videos we feature are What To Do When Your Kids Are at Camp and Lutheridge Hosted Retreats!
Lutheridge Camper Survey
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- Summer Camp – A week of summer camp is transformational. The combination of intentional time away, Christian community, mentoring from college-aged counseling staff, along with new and exciting adventures provides for significant faith formation and leadership development. By surrounding yourself in God’s creation alongside people who are interested in helping you grow as a person and as a child of God will leave you better equipped for life. Plus, you get to be outside, roast marshmallows, make new friends, and sing around the campfire.
- KEEP IN TOUCH WITH YOUR CAMPER: View Bunk1 photos from Lutheridge only here. To send mail to campers via the USPS, please include your camper's first and last name, program name (such as Pioneers, Saddle 'n Paddle, etc), and mail it to 2049 Upper Laurel Drive; Arden, NC 28704. If your camper is at Lutherock, please click here.
- Youth—In the non-summer Lutheridge provides Faith Alive and LEAP to help today’s young people grow as God’s children and become more mature in their faith. These programs are also great fun as our college-age staff provide mentoring and leadership to the weekends. Learning is hands on. Worship is creative. The energy level is high. And, faith practices are taken home to be lived out in the congregation.
- Adult and Family –Adults and families need Christian community too. Our program directors are nationally known for the quality of programming that they provide and for the quality of study leaders and clinicians they bring in from nationally known musicians to bishops of the church. Adults are given time to just unwind, but also time to deepen friendships and focus on the things that are most important in their lives. Families grow in faith together and make memories that they will carry with them forever.