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Conference Contact
                    , Camp Director
Pennsylvania Conference
720 Museum Road
Reading, PA  19611
Phone: (610) 374-8331
Fax: (610) 374-9331
e-mail: laurellakecamp@verizon.net
 
  Camp Contact
Gary Moran, Camp Manager
76 Lodge Road
Rossiter, PA  15772
Phone: (814) 938-9300 (H)
Lodge: (814) 938-9440
Fax: (814) 938-9200
e-mail:laurellakecamp@verizon.net
 

Camp History
The camp was established in the mid-1950s. The camp was run as a summer camp only until 1986, when the addition of Baker Lodge and the remodeling of existing buildings enabled its use as a year-round facility.

Information on Property and Camp Facilities
Located on 264 acres of forest and rolling hills, Laurel Lake offers beautiful views and abundant wildlife. The camp provides an ideal setting for conventions and camporees, churches, schools, and reunions. The facilities include a small lake for canoeing, an Olympic-size swimming pool, a full-size gym, football and softball fields and an outdoor chapel. Housing includes: Baker Lodge, which can accommodate 50 guests with its seven motel rooms and threebunk rooms; two remodeled cabins and three new cabins which house 16 people each; staff buildings housing 10; Bish cottage, housing four; and the Lake House, which holds six.

Camp Programs and Special Features
Laurel Lake Camp's summer programs include Adventurer, Junior, Teen and Teen Extreme. Some of our activities available are hay rides, horse-back riding (summer only), basketball, volleyball, Jetski rides, waterskiing, ping pong, floor hockey, shuffle board, canoeing, kayaking, and aqua jumping. Above and beyond our many outdoor programs, our focus is on our Heavenly Father and enriching our relationship with Him.

Camp Mission
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Directions to Camp
From I-80, take Exit 120 (Clearfield) to 879 South, to 219 South, and to 286 West. Drive two miles and make a right turn across from Brinks Air Conditioning and Electric. Go 3.3 miles and follow the signs to the camp.

From I-76 (Pennsylvania Turnpike), take the Bedford exit to I-99 North to 22 West to Ebensburg. Take 219 North to 286 West (left). Go two miles and turn right across from Brinks Air Conditioning and Electric. Go 3.3 miles and follow signs to the camp.
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