Ostróda Christian Camp, founded in 1971, is most likely the first Christian camp established in a communist country during the Cold War Era.  At that time, this small farm with a barn, cowshed, and house served as a place of rest and fun.  But most importantly, it was a place where young and old were taught the message of the Gospel, something uncommon and brave in those days. 
Over the years, Ostróda Christian Camp has been transformed from a small farm with a few broken-down buildings into a beautiful camp facility with functional buildings and numerous attractions

Being located on Persian Lake near the town of Ostróda in the beautiful "Thousand Lakes" Region of Masuria, Poland makes this facility even more interesting, providing a place for water activities in the summer.  
Ostróda Christian Camp has a long tradition of organizing camps for children, teens, and families with the cooperation of volunteers from the US, Ukraine, Germany, Ireland, and other countries.  Because of our commitment to engage qualified Polish staff to direct camps, Ostróda Christian Camp is able to provide diversified, dynamic, and unique programs.                                                                                                                                                           

Organizationally, Ostróda Christian Camp is part of Fellowship of Christian Churches in Poland, however we have a long tradition of working together with our brothers and sisters from other evangelical Churches.   
Our desire is that campers will rest, build lasting relationships, be rejuvenated, get inspired by God's Word and experience spiritual renewal.

As staff and volunteers, we are privileged to be involved in arranging encounters of people with God.  Welcome to Ostróda Christian Camp.