There is something for everyone at camp! Campers can learn safe swimming skills from certified instructors, engage in outdoor sports, create various forms of nature art, and gain new skills in fishing, boating, canoeing, hiking, or archery — just to name a few.
Even though each day at camp is different, we do have a routine to help everyone settle in.
7-7:15 AM Wake-up
8:00 AM Breakfast and flag raising
9:00 AM Kapers (camp chores)
9:30 AM Skill-building activities
12:45 PM Lunch
1:30 PM Rest hour usually taken in the cabins
2:30 PM Afternoon activities
4:00 PM Free swim
5:30 PM Dinner
6:30 PM Activity of campers' choice
8:00 PM All-camp activity & team-building
9-10:30 PM Snack, showers, bedtime!
9:45-11 PM Lights out
Three nutritious, home-cooked meals along with healthy snacks are provided daily.
Friendship: Campers will make many lasting friendships with their cabinmates. Living in a cabin group strengthens social skill development, such as cooperation, trust, listening, interpersonal skills, independence, communication, responsibility and teamwork.
Adventure: Campers will learn important wilderness survival skills from an expert outdoor educator. Campers will experience hands-on learning during their overnight adventure. Our outdoor living skills program teaches campers about orienteering, knot tying, fire safety, canoeing, archery, outdoor cooking, tenting, and tree, plant, and animal identification. Campers will experience hiking and exploring nature on our privately-owned 200 acres. Campers attending the 12-day session will have the opportunity to experience a canoe trip on one of Wisconsin's scenic river-ways.
Leadership: Every camper will enhance their leadership skills through intentional leadership development programming. Our experienced camp staff lead by example, promote positive behavior and model characteristics of strong, diverse leaders. Youth also get the opportunity to apply leadership skills by making group decisions, planning group service projects, and being good role models for younger campers. The Counselor-In-Training program (CIT) is offered for 15-18 year-olds. If you want to build on your leadership skills and be an example in your community, the CIT program is for you! Learn more about becoming a CIT. To become a CIT follow the Camper Registration Application process.