Welcome to krislund!


about us

Nestled on over 800 acres in scenic Centre County, Krislund offers faith-based summer camp programs in addition to year-round conference and retreat facilities.  Krislund offers a wide variety of summer camp experiences for all ages, including camps for families and grandparents.  Our beautiful conference and retreat facilities are available throughout the year for groups, organizations, businesses and individuals.  There's something for everyone at Krislund!


family mission training

Our new Family Mission Training Week is a special opportunity for families, friends, or groups to be trained for future participation in mission trips to disaster relief and third world areas. The program will be held June 30-July 5, 2019 at Krislund Camp & Conference Center.

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register now!

There are still spots available for Summer 2019! We have something for everyone - Mini Camp, Base Camp, Specialty Camps, Family Camp and Grandparent Camp. We’re excited about the summer and hope to see you here! Click on the link below to register online.


woodworking camp

Spaces are still available in our popular woodworking camp.  Campers will be introduced to basic carpentry skills that will enable them to make projects for both art and function. Working with experienced woodworkers, campers will learn how to use a variety of hand tools along with the safe usage of the lathe. The small class size allows instructors to give individual attention to each student. This year, Creations in Wood will be held in memory of one of Krislund’s most loyal and loving volunteers, Dick Killam, who donated countless hours to our program and has blessed us with new woodworking equipment.

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immunization policy

Adopted 3-12-19 JCCC Board Meeting

For the protection of all campers and staff, it is the policy of Krislund to require vaccinations for communicable diseases for children who attend any summer camp program.  If we do not have proof of vaccinations, the camper will have to depart camp until he/she can return with the immunization record. 

Any camper with a religious exemption must have a signed and dated letter from their religious leader stating the objection and will be required to have a documented visit to a clinic or health facility within 10 days of arriving at camp stating they are in good health.