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Lutheran Memorial Camp is located just 30 miles north of Columbus. It offers a variety of camping programs for youth throughout the summer, and features retreat facilities and programs, and environmental education. The ministry offers day events, conferences, and a variety of retreats including co-programmed, weekend, confirmation and first communion. Camps are available for small or large group rentals. Camp Mowana, Lutheran Memorial Camp, and Camp Frederick offer accommodations.

Location: Box 8, 2790 SR 61, Fulton Ohio 43321 Telephone 419-864-8030 Fax 419-864-1582

Other Education nearby:
(Ashland) Ashland University
(Sunbury) Big Walnut Elementary School
(Sunbury) Big Walnut Middle School
(Granville) Denison University
(Sunbury) Harrison Street Elementary School
(Gambier) Kenyon College

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