We are excited to provide an opportunity to enhance your families wilderness experience by offering family adventures into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
Your family will be offered the chance to work together to develop wilderness skills, have a fun outdoor adventure, and create meaningful outdoor experiences with memories that will last a life-time.
What is a du Trip?
- A du Trip is a chance for your family to explore the beauty of the BWCA with a trained and certified du Nord staff member.
- Camp du Nord can provide families the opportunity to supplement their week at camp with a 2-5 night camping experience, utilizing du Nord’s resources and staff.
- Du Trips are designed for whole family involvement, an opportunity for all family members to be an active participant in the wilderness experience.
Du Trips will run as a week-long experience from Saturday to Saturday, beginning and ending at du Nord, with a 2-4 night canoe trip into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness during your week. Arrive on Saturday night, take in a few nights of family camp while you prepare for your adventure, enjoy a quality canoe experience with a trained staff member, and return in time for the closing celebration on Friday night. Du Trips families will be provided housing at the Platform Tent, Grosbeak, in Pine Pointe Village.
The opportunity to register will be made available on Lottery Day. You may register for both a du Trip and a week of family camp.
Beginning February 17, 2017 all available remaining trips will be open for enrollment on a first-come, first-serve basis. At this point there will be additional flexibility regarding specific dates.
The cost will be $65 per adult, per night and $55 per child 12 and under, per night. $90 per night if staying in Grosbeak. This covers all gear and food during the du trip, as well as housing before and after the trip, and a staff leader. *Note - This does not include any additional meals at Camp du Nord’s dining hall. Please indicate on your registration form if you hope to eat a meal at camp.