Lakewood WWV Camp, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 Public Charity, established to provide a retreat for Veterans, First Responders and Gold Star Families.
The retreat facility, grounds and golf course is supported by members and corporate donors.
The USGA ranked members-only 120-acre golf course includes 42 bunkers and several water hazards with three sets of tees for different skill levels. Aim for a par 71 as you enjoy leisurely play along the perfectly manicured and immaculately maintained land.
The 75 acre man made lake is the focal point of this enchanting property. It's calm, clear waters are ideal for kayaking, canoeing, sailing, and paddle boarding. Whichever activity you choose, it will be hard to lure yourself back to shore.
The lake is stocked full of bass and northern pike, as well as numerous pan fish like crappie, perch and blue gills and more.
Hunting is available on adjacent 1,000 acres of Department of Natural Resources land where you can find pheasant, deer and other small game.
Our Mission is to create a refuge for those families who have experienced hardship in their lives
as a result of a family member's service to their country or community.
The Lakewood WWV Camp, Inc. retreat facility, grounds, and Lakewood golf course is supported by members and corporate donors.
We partner with other similar organizations who wish to serve the same individuals, and we offer them the use of our facilities and amenities to help accomplish their goals.
The camp is designed for families to unite and enjoy each other, and to provide each family member with areas of support to further their individual life goals.
Our guests include people who have served in the Armed Forces or individuals involved in public safety (police, firefighters, etc.) who have experienced stress in their lives or their families' lives as a result of their service.
We also serve Gold Star families that experienced loss of family members. These spouses and children also need our support to help achieve their goals.
We currently offer day excursions, hosted by partner organizations, featuring fishing, hiking, and golfing .
We will also provide up to one week a year for a family vacation at our camp in
individual Cabins, projected to be completed by spring 2020.