The mission of Camp Lutherhoma is to Nurture Discipleship In Jesus Christ, in outdoor settings, which excites believers to share the love of Christ to the world.
Camp Lutherhoma is owned and operated by the Oklahoma District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Camp Lutherhoma is open to the public.
We are a non-profit 501c-3 under the Oklahoma District of the LCMS.
Camp Lutherhoma consist of 120 acres in beautiful Eastern Oklahoma. We are located along the Illinois River just east of Tahlequah. Travel time from central Tulsa is about 1.5 hours. Travel time from central Oklahoma City is about 3 hours.
This map represents the buildings and structures and landmarks of Camp Lutherhoma. The camp property lines extend beyond the map edge.
Something New Every Time You Visit
John Busch, camp director, has always had a dream to make improvements to the facilities, both big and small, inside and out, so that each time you come to camp you see something new. "We want our guests and visitors to always see something new, something fixed, or something remodeled."
Come back to camp and we will show you the latest improvements!
Camp Lutherhoma is managed by a committee under the District Board who are elected at the OK-LCMS convention every three years. The board is made up of 6 lay members, a representative from the District board of directors, and the District treasurer.
Chair - Renee Young, Ponca City
David Ross, Tulsa
Jason Remington, Cushing
Terry Raggos, Enid
Rev. Ryan Honeycutt, Claremore
Treasurer - Brent England
District Rep. - Rev. Tim McCarty
Full Time Staff
Camp Lutherhoma currently has two full time staff and an onsite caretaker.
The first Oklahoma Lutheran camp was held in 1928 and called "Summer Conference Camp of the Oklahoma District Walther League"...
The Oklahoma District disbanded the LOMA in 1988. At the OK District LCMS convention that year a resolution was passed to support Lutherhoma...
Several annual programs now are well established as part of our ministry. Journey In January, our winter high school retreat, has been attended by an average of 100 youth and adults since 1990...