Camp Birch Trails
Camp Birch Trails is our beautiful 240-acre resident camp in Northern Wisconsin. Birch Trails surrounds private Lake Olivotti with a sandy beach, swim and boating dock, and a Mermaid bridge that connects the main area of camp to our Low Ropes course. We also have a floating bog and island for primitive camping to explore.
It also features a Graebel Lodge with electricity, bathrooms, showers, and kitchen, Outlook cabins with electricity with access to our updated shower house and bathrooms and Yurt Village with access to pit toilets, Maple cabins with no electricity and access to pit toilets, and platform tents with no electricity and access to pit toilets.
Our large dining hall serves up to 140 campers at a time with a large deck for games and activities. Other activities in camp include Low Ropes teambuilding course, Archery range, Gaga pit and 9 square, ginormous playfield for various games, hammocking area, and canoes, kayaks, paddle boards, and corcls for the lake. Maple lodge provides space for our arts and crafts activities like tie-dye, candle making, wood burning, and more! Oak observatory is our newest building at camp for all of our Nature and Science activities.
Camp Birch Trails is an ACA (American Camp Association) accredited camp. The ACA logo is your assurance that our camp is fully invested in understanding and implementing policies that reflect industry-recognized standards in health, safety, and risk management camp operations. Accredited camps are willing to have their operations scrutinized and reviewed by camp professionals who know and value quality camps.
Girl-led, Girl Planned- In Girl Scouts, girls are the boss and that means they choose their own adventures. All campers will do all the awesome things her particular program offers. But each session also has tons of traditional, camp activities, games, songs, and more! We let the girls take the lead on choosing how to spend some of their time at camp!