Traditional Camps

Three days to two weeks

Entering grades 2-9

2017 information will be available in November.

Our Traditional campers experience the best that St. Croix has to offer. They take part in Camper’s Choice in the morning, have tons of fun with their cabin groups in the afternoon, join in all camp games in the evening, and round out the day with songs and conversation around campfires with their cabin groups.

Our youngest campers, typically in grades 2-4 form our Pioneer Unit, participants in grades 4-6 our Trailblazer Unit, and our oldest traditional campers make up our Woodcrafter Unit. While cabin groups are campers’ most important communities, Units form extended families for campers with unit coordinators organizing games and activities throughout the week.

While Pioneers spend all nights at camp in their cabin, Trailblazers and Woodcrafters are introduced to Croix’s tripping program. One weekers spend a night camping out in Croix’s South forest and two week campers spend four nights on trail either hiking, paddling or climbing.