Traditional Day Camps

Traditional camp activities include swimming, canoeing, archery, team building, environmental education, garden, pioneering, fort building, arts and crafts, and more.

Wee Backpackers Camp

Ages 4 – 5, or entering Kindergarten in fall*

Member Participants: $257/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $282/week

Weeks of June 14 – September 3 (No program July 5 - fee prorated)

Start your child's appreciation of the great outdoors by enrolling him or her in Wee Backpackers!  They have opportunities to sing songs, tell stories, explore nature, and meet new friends. Wee Backpackers is carried out in small groups under the watchful eye of counselors trained to meet the needs of young campers. The Wee Backpacker program maintains a low staff to child ratio.

Traditional Day Camp

Entering grades 1 – 6 in fall*

Member Participants: $242/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $267/week

Weeks of June 14 – September 3 (No program July 5 - fee prorated)

Campers explorer hiking through wooded trails, studying the wonders of nature, canoeing along lakeshores, building character through teamwork, and conquering many challenges under the leadership of well-trained staff. Exciting activities include farm and garden, swimming, nature studies, fort building, gaga ball, camp crafts, target sports and group games!

*Additional camp paperwork will be required for campers ages 4 – 6. The state of Wisconsin requires the Health History and Emergency Care Plan form, immunization record and signed waiver at camp. Forms found on our Forms & Publications page.