Psalms 12 1 1-2
I lift up my eyes to the mountains—where does my help come from?
My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth.
Luccock Park is an outstanding facility for all people to enjoy. Wedding parties, family reunion groups, spiritual retreats, women’s groups, children’s groups, leadership academies, team retreats, arts, music and crafter’s groups have all called Luccock home for a night, a weekend, a week or longer.
Luccock Park United Methodist Camp does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its activities or operations.
Founded in 1926 by area Methodist ministers, Luccock has a long and lovely history. Find out more:
We are blessed to have a staff of energetic individuals with robust personalities. You will have a camp host while on site and they will see to all of your needs. If you would like to join our staff, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
These fine individuals are responsible for the long term health of the facility. If you are interested in joining the board, please contact Roger Otstot by emailing us at luccockmanager.@gmail.com
President: Brad Poling
Vice President: Austin Amestoy
Past President: Roger Otstott
Treasurer: Jeri Anton
Secretary, Su DeBree
Josi Wilgus, Nina Shaw, Frank Johnson, Dave Bergeson, round out our board.
Lucccok Park could not run without the countless hours gifted to us by individuals who are dedicated to this space. We always have yard and maintenance tasks ready for helpers, and we keep a working list of larger projects you can help with. Please call the camp manager at 888-231-8131 if you would like to help.
Read a bit about us from one of the park's founding members!
Rev. L. L. Ortmayer retells the first 40 years or so of Lucocck's 100-year history
Yellowstone National Park
The granddaddy of all our National Parks, Yellowstone is home to amazing wildlife and views that defy the imagination. The historic Gardiner Gate is only a 45 mile drive south of Luccock Park. There, you will be on the doorstep of Mammoth Hot Springs, and only a short drive from all that Yellowstone has to offer.
Chico Hot Springs
The hot springs at Chico flow into two open-air mineral Hot Springs pools. While temperatures of the pools fluctuate slightly due to natural elements and occurrences, the large pool averages 96 degrees Fahrenheit and the small pool averages 103 degrees Fahrenheit.
Full of Art Galleries, Museums, and great food Livingston is truly the best of what Montana has to offer. A modern town with all the amenities. It’s big enough to have everything you want and small enough to make everyone feel at home.
Pine Creek campground and the hike to the falls are our neighbors, so bring your hiking boots, and hit the trails to see the sights.
Several area outfitters are available to take advantage of the fantastic Fly Fishing available in the Paradise Valley. Truly world class fishing awaits any angler of any skill level. Fishing in Pine Creek, behind camp is catch and release only.