Updated program information for 2019 will be available in January. Please check back.
Teen Climbing Camp
Test your strategy and skill through new fun challenges! Each day focuses on a new element or challenge including knot tying, safety and team work. This camp is designed to build self-confidence and teach valuable skills while enjoying unforgettable adventure. Includes a field trip to Vertical Endeavors.
Teen Water Adventure Camp
Spend a full week enjoying an awesome array of water activities including canoeing, kayaking, swimming, boating and more! One day will be spent sailing at Lake Minnetonka. Another day campers will go paddleboarding on a local lake.
Teen Horse Camp
Build confidence as you develop horsemanship skills. Trained instructors will teach the basics of western horseback riding. You will work on leading, mounting, ring work, grooming, trotting and saddling.
Rise to the challenge in Leaders-in-Training Camp and discover your leadership qualities. You will learn and develop the necessary camp skills needed to lead camper activities, as well as group responsibility through activity planning. You will have opportunities to shadow counselors and assist staff in camp activities. There will be plenty of time to hang out with friends – new and old. Come experience camp from a whole new perspective!
Teen Service Learning Camp
Grow your leadership and teambuilding skills, while bolstering self-confidence through giving back to the community. Earn volunteer hours and improve your skill set while actively participating in traditional camp activities like swimming,
canoeing and kayaking, and high ropes course. Service projects take place at camp and in a National Park. You will receive a certificate with the number of service hours completed. It’s a win-win for you and the community!
Teen Archery Camp
Fine tune your archery skills and learn new ones. Archery games will help you discover the science behind drawing and releasing the bow. Instructors will show you proper grip, stance and aim alignment. Equipment will be provided. Campers will go on a field trip to a local archery range.
Junior Counselor Program
Ages 14 – 17
Do you love working with kids in a camp setting? Here’s your chance to take a leadership role! Junior Counselors are assigned to a group and assist the Senior Counselors in leading and carrying out a variety of Day Camp programs. Junior Counselors help campers acquire feelings of high self-esteem, self-worth and competence in an outdoor setting. Previous experience in the LIT program or working with children is required. Candidates will be selected through an application and interview process. This is a volunteer position.