Camp Meeting Registration Information

 

Registration Information

 

Camp meeting 2023 will be in session June 16-24, with lodging registration running June 16-25. Registration is required for all on-site accommodations. Early registration is recommended. Registration Instructions Coming Soon. For questions regarding registration, contact the registration team as listed below.

Camp Meeting Registration

Camp Meeting Address

Register online here

(920)484-6555 ext. #8

Email Registration

Camp Wakonda

W8368 County Rd. E

Oxford, WI 53952

Accommodation Information

The campgrounds support 291 family cabin units, 182 full service RV sites, 243 Electric sites, 24 non-electric sites, 6 water/electric sites, 17 non-electric sites for tents only, and 6 sites for dormitory women – a total of 769 available camping sites. Four large restroom and shower facilities are on the grounds, and two of them have a restroom that is family/handicap friendly. Laundry facilities are located in the basement of Cedar  Lodge, and are available for a donation. Port-o-lets are available in locations furthest from the main facilities. Pricing is as follows:

 

FULL MEETING RATES: 9 NIGHTS/10 DAYS

Premium Village

Cabins

RV – Full Service

RV – Water  & Electric

RV – Electric

Dorm

RV – Non-Electric

Storage

2021

$302.00

$276.00

$302.00

$222.00

$160.00

$107.00

$95.00

$175.00

2022

$310.00

$283.00

$310.00

$227.00

$160.00

$107.00

$95.00

$185.00

2023

$325.00

$297.00

$325.00

$238.00

$168.00

$112.00

$99.00

 

DAILY RATES

Premium Village

Cabins

RV – Full Service

RV – Water  & Electric

RV – Electric

Dorm

RV – Non-Electric

2021

$31.50

$31.00

$34.00

$25.50

$18.00

$12.00

$11.00

2022

$35.00

$32.00

$35.00

$26.00

$18.00

$12.00

$11.00

2023

$37.00

$34.00

$37.00

$28.00

$20.00

$13.00

$12.00

  • Cabin Units vary in size and furnishings. Each unit is one-half of a cabin building and  includes an exterior door. Locking cabins units is recommended. Codes and keys are available at the Registration Office.

  • Full Service RV Sites include water, electricity, and sewer service.

  • Water & Electric Sites include electricity and a dedicated water faucet nearby.

  • Electric Sites include electricity and have a shared water faucet nearby. Out of courtesy to other users, electric site users may not leave their hoses connected to the water faucets.

  • Non-Electric Sites consist of a marked plot for a tent or camper without electricity or a close water faucet.

    Women’s Dorms are cabins occupied by three women each who may or may not know each other. These are located near restrooms and shower facilities.

CampLife Registration Instructions COMING SOON

 

Please note: If you are trying to register after the last business day in July for a cabin or full-service site, your site will be listed as unavailable. At this point you will be added to the waiting list and you will be assigned a site in the order it arrived. PLEASE BE SURE TO SIGN UP AND PAY BEFORE FRIDAY, JULY 29, OR YOUR SITE FOR THE FOLLOWING YEAR WILL BE LOST.

Dump Station: An RV dump station is available to all attendees for disposal of gray and black water.

Waiting Lists: Those interested in renting a cabin after all cabins have been rented may request their name be added to the cabin waiting list. In the event someone who has first right to re-rent a cabin no longer needs it or qualifies, names on the waiting list will be contacted in the order they signed up on the list.

Sublet List: Those interested in renting a cabin after all cabins have been rented may also request their name be added to the Cabin Sublet List. If someone who has already rented a cabin discovers they cannot attend camp meeting this year, they will offer the cabin they’ve paid to rent to another which will transfer their rent to the next year. Those interested in renting full service or other sites after all sites have been rented may also request to be placed on a sublet list.

Meals are not included in registration fees. Meal tickets for the cafeteria may be purchased Sunday-Friday at the administration building. Attendees are also welcome to prepare meals at their campsites. A Snack Shack is also open much of the day and limited food items may be purchased at the LightHouse Book Store located on the campgrounds. Cafeteria meals are provided in Fireside Lodge daily, check Camp Meeting Menu.

 

For more information, refer to the Camp Meeting Policies.