Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert are premier traditional, residential brother and sister camps which date back to 1909. Located on over 800 acres of Pine and Birch forest on spring-fed Lake Hubert, our camps are in the Great Northwoods of Minnesota, 2 ½ hours north of Minneapolis/St. Paul. Catering to a diverse group of campers and staff from across the country, and further afield, we are committed to excellence in camping and providing our staff and campers with opportunities for personal growth.
Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert have a 100-year plus history of creating fun and adventure in Minnesota’s lake country. As brother-sister camps, we are located across the lake from each other, with separate facilities and activities, but under the same ownership and long-standing mission and purpose. Alumni from all across the USA and around the world talk with pride about their wonderful memories and the great times at Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert.
Counselor: Camp’s core cabin staff position. Each Cabin contains typically 16-22 campers and 4-6 staff. Counselors are members of the cabin staff team responsible for campers in an assigned cabin and a specific chalet group within that cabin. You will be responsible for that same cabin group for 4-8 weeks. Responsibilities includes overall care of campers and cabin as well as correspondence with parents, enforcing safety rules, leading events, teaching activities, monitoring campers in the dining hall, equipment & supply care, knowledge of emergency procedures, record keeping, and ensuring that the campers in your cabin have the greatest summer of their lives!
Head Counselor: Head Counselors are the designated leadership staff member of each cabin. A Head Counselor is responsible for the campers and staff within an assigned cabin and a specific chalet group in that cabin as well. Head Counselors can expect to be responsible for the same cabin group for 4-8 weeks. Head Counselor Responsibilities include the overall leadership, supervision, and care of the campers and staff in the cabin. Head Counselors are also typically expected to take on a leadership role within their division, while also completing the basic duties of a general counselor including: correspondence with parents, enforcing safety rules, leading events, teaching activities, monitoring campers in the dining hall, equipment & supply care, knowledge of emergency procedures, record keeping, and ensuring that the campers in your cabin have the greatest summer of their lives!
Activity Leader: Each Activity Area at Camp Lincoln & Camp Lake Hubert requires a Director to lead that program. Activity leaders are needed in many different activity areas as listed below. Activity leader responsibilities include the overall operation of that area, programming, developing and implementing lesson plans, camper instruction, setting and enforcing safety rules, record keeping, evaluation of campers, overseeing staff assigned to assist in the area, camper award systems, equipment and supply care, maintenance, knowledge of emergency procedures, and staff training. We are looking for activity leaders in numerous areas including: Sailing, Horseback Riding, Archery, Riflery, High Ropes, Climbing Wall, Arts and Crafts, Waterfront (Head Lifeguard), Windsurfing, Outdoor Camping, Photography, Mountain Biking, Radio/Podcasting, Baseball, Basketball, Dance, Drama, Ecology, Fishing, Fitness, Golf, Guitar, Gymnastics, Kayaking, Lacrosse, Martial Arts, Pottery, Rowing, Tennis, and Trapshooting.
Health Care Staff:Our Healthcare Department is very important within camp. At each camp, we have two healthcare staff, an RN and a student nurse, EMT, or graduate nurse. We also have a camp doctor who lives at one of the camps, and is present daily at each camp’s morning clinic. The basic responsibilities of our Health Care staff are to collect medications on arrival days, log the meds, setup the distribution system and assure that they are passed, complete all paperwork as needed, assist in basic first aid as needed, and correspond with parents.
Office Staff: Our Office position is great for anyone that wants to work at a camp, and still gain practical administrative experience for their resume. Staff members working within our office need strong computer and communication skills. A lot of time is spent talking to parents on the phone and organizing/imputing important data. Overall, the people best suited for this position will be flexible, detail oriented, and outgoing. Other responsibilities of our office staff are: coordinating camper travel and transportation, greeting visitors, distributing mail, and completing basic accounting tasks.
Food Service: Food Service staff are a key part of Camp’s staff. Our Food Service team is typically comprised of 25-30 people who provide three meals a day (with salad bars) to approximately 700 campers and staff between both camps. They work together to operate three kitchens and serve seven dining rooms. The food service staff are also responsible for special event meals, banquets, cookouts, trip pack-outs, picnics, and decorating birthday cakes. This operation provides a fun way to gain on-the-job food service experience for anyone aspiring to become a Food Service Professional. Positions within our food service department include Food Service Manager, Cooks, Bakers, Salad Prep, Food Runners, and Dishwashers.
Driver/Warehouse: Camp Lincoln hires specific staff members to work within our central Warehouse. These staff members have a variety of responsibilities including overseeing supplies, driving campers and staff in our vans to off camp activities, purchasing, basic maintenance, and other special projects as needed.
- Arts and Crafts
- Climbing Wall
- Horseback Riding
- Martial Arts
- Mountain Biking
- Ropes Courses
- Office Staff
- Operations Staff
- Food Service