Arrowhead Bible Camp is dedicated to religious camp ministry. They have camps for all age brackets, including youth, middle school, and high school. Arrowhead Bible Camp has offered “adventure on purpose” for over 40 years, founded with the belief that God can be encountered in meaningful and life-changing ways at camp.
Full day summer registration includes: Certified Teachers, Daily Meals including breakfast, lunch and 2 snacks daily, Field Trips, Park Adventures, Arts & Crafts, Team Sports and more. Serving grades 3rd - 12th.
Birch Trail Camp for Girls, located in beautiful NW Wisconsin is a traditional camp for girls. They offer a large variety of land and water sports, climbing, wilderness trips, crafts, drama, horseback riding and much more. Birch Trail also has one of the country’s premier wilderness tripping programs.
Camp Chetek's purpose, as a fundamental Baptist ministry, is to glorify God by using the controlled environment of Christian camping to help churches of like faith and practice fulfill the great commission to evangelize the lost and make disciples of those who believe.
Camp Eagle Ridge hosts campers of age 7-17 for camps of 1-7 weeks in lengths, with over 40+ outdoor and nature based activities. There is a strong focus on traditional summer camp full of love, laughter and amazing activities AND a rich environment full of opportunities to practice leadership skills.
For 100+ years camp Manito-wish has developed the character and strengthened the leadership skills of campers. Offering a summer camp for boys and girls entering 5-10th grade, wilderness trips for teens, year-round leadership opportunities, and a family camp in August.
A camp for boys located in the Northwoods of Wisconsin on the shore of beautiful Lake Nebagamon. Campers decide what activities to participate in, including fishing, sailing, rowing, windsurfing, canoeing, athletics, sports, music, mountain biking, nature lore, climbing, photography, archery, cooking, and more.
Camp Pepin is a place for your child to grow and learn and on their own two feet with the guidance of a trained Camp Counselor. Camp Pepin features traditional camp experiences, and specialized camps like fishing, sailing, and farm life. Activities include canoeing, sailing, ropes course & zip line, climbing walls, fishing, and plenty of time in nature.
Camp Woodland is an overnight camp for girls ages 7-16 years old, located in Northern Wisconsin, near Eagle River. Activities include sailing, marksmanship, creative arts, gymnastics, horseback riding, outdoor adventure, performing arts, swimming, tennis, tutoring, and water sports.
A month-long overnight camp near Eagle River. Girls get to make their own choices about what they want to do. Cabins of 10 campers and 5 counselors are "rustic" but homey and comfortable with private bathrooms. Activities include music, horseback riding, archery, swimming, and much more.
At the Chippewa Valley Theatre Guild Youth Drama Camp, students of all ages can attend a wide variety of classes over multiple weeks. Students can learn acting, singing, dancing, puppet making, improvisational comedy, teamwork, costuming, special effects, sound, stage makeup, storytelling, how to put on a play, and much more. Classes are free for Eau Claire Area School District students.
Enjoy the great outdoors! Make lifelong friendships. Choose your own schedule. Become a tennis player, paddle a kayak, paint a watercolor. Build a campfire or swim! Take a trail ride. Ski. Go on a hike or canoe across the lake. Pick up a guitar! Laugh with your friends.
With over 40 programs to choose from, children can learn and pursue many different elements of the performing arts. Programs include improv games, tech training, voice lessons, acting coaching, comedy, stage combat, and learning to put on a show. Suitable for ages 3-18.
Activities for Girl Scouts campers include friendship, games, exploring, adventure, and traditional outdoor experiences. With opportunities for horseback riding, kayaking, hiking, climbing, archery, and challenging Wilderness trips.
A welcoming, independent camp where young people become self-reliant, create lasting Jewish friendships, and develop commitment and love for Judaism and Israel. Herzl Camp creates a vibrant Jewish community of future leaders.
The realization of a wish made by Joshua Holm before he lost his battle with cancer in 2008. A place for families with children going through cancer treatment. A respite where everyone can smile, laugh, have fun, and enjoy themselves. Also hosts a special retreat for families who have lost a child to cancer.
Built on the shores of Lake Wissota through volunteer labor by members of Wisconsin Farmers Union over 50 years ago. The education programs focus on cooperatives, family farms, sustainability, leadership, conservation, rural communities, social justice, and active citizenship. Overnight camp activities include: hiking and campfires, swimming and sports, singing and drama, speakers and workshops, co-op games and theme nights, and arts and crafts.