Eighteen rolling, wooded acres northwest of Geary, Oklahoma are home to Lariat Creek Christian Camp, which began in 1973. The land was donated by the Alva Rinehart family as a wholesom, spiritual atmosphere for campers to enjoy recreation and entertainment.
Sessions are staffed by Christian men and women who donate their time to LCCC as a way to glorify God and sere young souls as they grow in Christ. From each clear blue dawn to the last fiery sunset, the days at LCCC begin and end with worship, and each day is packed with Christian fun. The Bible study and devotions make camp a time for spiritual renewal and growth.
Lariat Creek's facilities include an air-conditioned and heated bath house, a spacious air-conditioned and heated dining hall, a covered pavilion, four RV spots with water and electrical hookups, and the Lambert Memorial Field (softball and soccer). Thirteen rustic cabins, also air-conditioned and heated, are scattered acrros one side of Lariat Creek. A 100 foot swinging bridge spans the valley between the dining hall and cabins.
LCCC is led by a Board of Directors made up of Christians in central and northwest Oklahoma. The camp capacity is approximately 140, plus four RV's.