Wisconsin Summer Camps

Whether you’re looking to help your child disconnect from screens and connect more with nature, or to foster their life skills and friendships, the following Wisconsin summer camps have something to offer for all campers.

Camp Anokijig


Resting on a glacial-born lake in the middle of a woodland, Camp Anokijig in Plymouth is back for its 99th year of hosting little ones at its Wisconsin summer camp. This enchanting destination offers an assortment of fun for ages 7 to 16, including yoga, canoeing, swimming, woodworking, archery, beach parties, fishing, volleyball, drama classes, talent shows and much more. With a focus on personal growth and building lasting friendships, Camp Anokijig offers an enriching experience for campers. Registration is currently open for June 30 to July 6 only and there is a waitlist for those looking to visit between June 16 and Aug. 17. Camp fees are $995 for resident campers; $714 for mini campers; and $536 for “Stamper” Program campers (those 14 and up). For more information, visit

Swift Nature Camp


Swift Nature Camp in Minong is a Wisconsin summer camp for children ages 6 to 17. This unique camp specializes in outdoor education and environmental awareness, offering exceptional opportunities for campers to explore the natural world, engage in activities designed to improve life skills and disconnect from technology. These include swimming, archery, fishing, crafts, visits to the on-site zoo, forest hikes and more. Dates to attend range from June 2 to Aug. 17, each with a variety of plans to suit each camper, from a five-day adventure to all six weeks. Prices vary depending on the length of the child’s stay but start at $850 for five days. Discounts are available for siblings and international campers. For more information, visit

WeHakee Summer Camp for Girls

WeHaKee Camp for Girls


Empowering girls to discover their potential and embrace leadership, WeHaKee Camp for Girls combines fun-filled activities with opportunities for personal development. This award-winning Wisconsin summer camp is for girls ages 7 to 17 and offers a supportive environment where girls can build confidence, foster creativity and forge lifelong friendships. Summer fun includes pottery, painting, tennis, dance, basketball, horseback riding, waterskiing, kayaking and more to keep your girls busy all summer long. In addition to the traditional summer camp, WeHaKee Camp for Girls offers a unique Mother-Daughter Camp from Aug. 15 to Aug. 18 (adults 15 and over are $450 and youth 5 to 15 are $395). Traditional campers’ fees vary depending on the session but start at $3,475 for two weeks (or $3,225 for first-time campers). Sessions are available from June 17 to Aug. 2. For more information, visit

Camp Eagle Ridge


Located in the picturesque Copper Falls State Park in Mellen, Camp Eagle Ridge offers a safe environment for little ones as they learn leadership skills, gain confidence and discover new hobbies and interests. This Wisconsin summer camp is for ages 7 to 17 and includes over 40 daily activities ranging from public speaking and trust exercises to water recreation and good ol’ fun in the sun. With a focus on adventure and personal growth, this camp encourages campers to step out of their comfort zones and embrace new challenges. Sessions range from two to seven weeks from June 23 to Aug. 10. Two-week sessions start at $2,950, with discounts available for siblings. For more information, visit



East Troy 

Tucked within the rolling hills of East Troy, Timber-lee offers a unique blend of adventure, faith and community. Campers are encouraged to grow spiritually, mentally and physically in a safe and nurturing environment with a wide range of activities, including zip-lining, mountain biking and horseback riding. Timber-lee uniquely offers camps for all ages, including little ones in second grade to seniors in high school. Sessions are designed by age group, including kids camp for second to sixth graders, junior high camp for sixth to eighth graders and high school camp for eighth to 12th graders. Prices vary depending on age and date of attendance but start at $320 for younger kids and $850 for junior high and high school kids. For more information, visit

Camp Agawak


A Wisconsin summer camp designed for girls ages 7 to 17, Camp Agawak is located in the Northwoods in Minocqua. Since 1921, this overnight camp has focused on helping campers discover themselves, build meaningful friendships and promote teamwork. There are over 48 activities available, including canoeing, tennis, dance, basketball, swimming, water slides, sailing and much more just steps from the shore. Rates at Camp Agawak start at $7,400 for stays between June 17 to July 12; $7,300 for July 14 to Aug. 7; and $12,700 for June 17 to Aug. 7. Discounts are available for siblings. For more information, visit

Camp Menominee

Camp Menominee

Eagle River 

Established in 1928, Camp Menominee has provided boys with unforgettable summer experiences for nearly a century. Located in Eagle River, this traditional overnight camp offers various activities designed to help boys try something new and make everlasting friendships. Activities include waterskiing, fishing, team sports and workshops designed to foster camaraderie and character development. Camp programs vary in length, from an eight-week season to a three-day father-son bonding weekend. An entire season runs from June 17 to Aug. 8, and prices vary depending on age and dates. For more information, visit

Camp Kawaga


Designed as a home away from home for boys on the shores of Lake Kawaguesaga in Minocqua, Camp Kawaga offers a rich tradition of sports, adventure and friendship. This Wisconsin summer camp focuses on sportsmanship and personal growth, allowing campers to participate in various activities while forming lifelong bonds with fellow campers and staff. These include over 100 athletic and non-athletic programs, including water recreation, land sports, racket sports and more. Campers can stay for a four- or eight-week session from June 17 to Aug. 8. An eight-week session starts at $13,850 and a four-week session starts at $7,800. A father-and-son weekend is available for those looking for a quick bonding weekend, taking place from June 13 to June 16 at $1,000 for one father and one son. For more information, visit

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