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Camp Birch Trails is our beautiful 240-acre 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, a hammocking area, 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.
Overlapping with about a mile of the Ice Age Trail, Camp Nawakwa contains three lodges, a dining hall, a multi-purpose room, yurts, platform tents, tent cabins, and an amphitheater. There are also hiking trails, a large playfield, a waterfront area on Picnic Lake, ponds, and a glacial kame.
Campers at Camp Nawakwa will be able to participate in several different activities for the weekend programs.
Conveniently located on the outskirts of Wisconsin Rapids, Camp Sacajawea’s small private lake, creek, and hiking trails. Camp Sacajawea has two lodges, a program center, heated cabins, and tent sites for your group to enjoy!
There are several living units at Sacajawea. Charbonneau and Mead Hall are heated buildings with a kitchen and bathrooms. The Mandan and Shoshone units consists of cabins with electricity and the shower house is only a short walk away.
Campers at Camp Sacajawea will be able to participate in several different activities for the weekend programs. Archery, Low Ropes, Boating, Arts and Crafts, and STEM/Nature activities. As a reminder, Daisies and Brownies will not participate in Archery. Trading Post will be open during the weekend for campers to shop.
Camp Winnecomac is our beautiful 40-acre day camp in Kaukauna, Wisconsin. Winnecomac backs up to 1000 Islands Nature Preserve with a creek and hiking trails nearby.
Camp Winnecomac features Eagles Lodge, a building with bunkbeds with access to flush toilets, four-unit cabins within walking distance to the shower house with space to do activities, and tent cabs with a roof and canvas walls within walking distance to the shower house.
It also features the Hawks building, which houses our arts and crafts and nature activities, a low ropes course, an archery range, and the Watering Hole, where we play games and run around.
Campers at Camp Winnecomac will be able to participate in several different activities for the weekend programs. Archery, Low Ropes, Arts and Crafts, and STEM/Nature activities. As a reminder, Daisies will not participate in Archery or Slingshots. Archery is only available for Juniors and older. Trading Post will be open during the weekend for campers to shop.