This page was last updated: November 4, 2014
My name is Ezekiel E Eagle, and I am the mascot for MLBC. My image has been around the camp since it opened in 1960, and if you watch you will see some of my brothers flying around the sky.
I would like to welcome you to the MLBC Mountain Lakes Bible Camp web portal. From this point you may review camp availability, register for our sponsored camps, learn how to become a counselor or staff member and connect with our vast social media web.
Many exciting things are underway here at camp. Hope to see you at camp!
Many kids, as well as adults have made the drive up Varney Creek Road, each with expectations for what they will encounter there. Some come expecting a fun time that the camp staff always provides. Some come for the food that is always a highlight. Some come because of experiences that friends and family have had at camp. Others simply hope to experience God’s magnificence in a peaceful setting that reflects His beauty and grace. No matter what your expectations when camping at Mountain Lakes, please know the facilities and staff are there to provide an enjoyable and meaningful time for all.
MLBC - MOUNTAIN LAKES BIBLE CAMP
IS A MINISTRY OF
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
4849 S 6TH STREET
KLAMATH FALLS, OR 97603
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2015 CAMPING SEASON COMING SOON
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE AND MISSION
Camp use, operation, maintenance and development is guided by our Statement of Purpose: Our purpose at Mountain Lakes Bible Camp is to provide something very special…a beautiful outdoor setting where people of all ages can have a living experience with the Christian faith. Key elements that are emphasized are:
…a beautiful outdoor setting…a place that takes advantage of the rustic, forested and secluded atmosphere. Campers are encouraged to appreciate God’s creation and take time to reflect on who has created these things in a safe environment.
…where people of all ages…facilities and programming aimed at a balance for all ages to participate without regard to race, color, age, sex, national origin or handicap. Campers are loved and bonded with cabin mates, counselors, and staff.
Standards of Behavior
…can have a living experience…programs designed around small group orientation, individual need focused, and relevant in meeting the changing times. Campers are encouraged to exhibit courteous and responsible behavior.
…with the Christian faith…threaded throughout camp time are opportunities for strong teaching, discipleship and evangelism. Campers are challenged to use their Bibles and to seek its treasures.