Leadership Camp

Teen Adventure Camp, Grades 7-10

The Teen Adventure Camp (TAC) program is filled with fun camp activities, overnight adventures, challenging team problem solving on the high ropes course and low ropes initiatives course, rock climbing at Taylors Falls, a trip to a zip line tour including 3000 feet of zip and a four day river canoe trip. Campers will spend their time growing and learning more about themselves through personal challenges and adventure. The Teen Adventure Camp will be led by experienced Icaghowan staff.

13-day Sessions - $1,375

July 7-19
July 21 - August 2


Islanders Camp, Grades 8-11

Islanders is a great opportunity for older camper to continue to expand their wilderness camping experience. They will leave Wallace Island to dip their paddles in the crystal-clear waters of Lake Superior on a 5 night 6 day sea kayaking adventure. They will camp in the picturesque Apostle Islands National Lakeshore with 2 Icaghowan counselors and 2 expert sea kayaking guides through Living Adventures out of Bayfield, WI. 

13-day Sessions - $1,465

July 7-19 (girls only)
July 21 - August 2 (boys only)


Work Leadership Camp, Grades 10-12 

The Work Leadership Camp (WLC) program is designed to provide youth a service learning program focused on developing personal leadership style and character building. The first week of the session is focused on Service Learning. Campers design their own camp service project and implement it throughout the week. During this same week campers work in service to each program area of camp. The next phase is a week-long river canoe trip that develops their trail and group leadership skills. The last week is focused on leadership skill building and personal development, while shadowing a seasoned camp counselor or program lead.

20-day Sessions - $1,665

June 23 - July 12
July 14 - August 2
August 4-23


Counselors in Training, Grades 11-12

An Application is Required for this Program. $1,325

The Counselor in Training (CIT) program offers a leadership development program tailored to campers who intend to become a counselor or youth development worker in the future. Incorporated in this continuous 3 week program is CPR training from the American Red Cross, a camping trip to the BWCA and education across the wide array of youth leadership. A special application is part of the registration process. Contact the Program Director, Courtney Danis for more information on program, application and interview process.