Updated program information for 2019 will be available in January. Please check back.
Campers embark on a climbing adventure! Campers will gain new skills and self-confidence every day through a variety of climbing activities. Campers test their strength, strategy, and skill while learning safety procedures, belay techniques, knot tying and proper climbing techniques. Campers in grades 4-6 will get a chance to test their skills rock-climbing at Taylors Falls.
While learning the fundamentals of archery, campers examine equipment close up, identify the parts of the bow and arrow, and learn the technique behind drawing the bow and releasing the arrow. Campers will learn and practice other target sports including slingshots and hatchet throwing. Instructors teach proper grip, stance and aim alignment. Campers will also receive a lesson from the pros on their field trip to A1 Archery in Hudson, WI. Equipment is provided.
Kids get hooked on fishing as they learn basic fishing skills. The St. Croix River provides the scene for fishing fun using the catch-and-release method. Campers can bring their own pole and tackle, or equipment will be provided.
*Additional camp paperwork will be required for campers ages 4 – 6. The state of Wisconsin requires the Health History and Emergency Care Plan form, immunization record and signed waiver at camp. Forms can be found on our Forms & Publications page.