Summer Camp Directory
CAMP KAWAGA FOR BOYS
What we're all about...
Camp Kawaga is a boys camp in Minocqua, WI. We are a well rounded camp with a focus on sports, water activities, outdoor activities and camping. While we play sports everyday and promote a very active camp, we are very well rounded with unique activities, music, improv and wood working. Campers love Kawaga's programming because every camper has the freedom to plan out most of their day as they see fit. Kawaga offers a full outdoor tripping program (canoeing and hiking). This, combined with nearly 100 summers of heritage and traditions, including our unique Indian ceremonies and background, provide your sons with an unbelievable summer and an unforgettable, well rounded experience. Our campers come from all over the United States and Mexico, and provide an experience unmatched by other camps.Retreats, weddings & conferences are also great uses for camp during the off season. Our campgrounds and waterfront are beautiful, and we are uniquely located on two bays, and just one mile from the Town of Minocqua. Contact Matt Abrams for any questions at (847) 383-5643 or email@example.com. Retreats & conferences accepted.
Our camp address
CAMP KAWAGA FOR BOYS
10000 Kawaga Rd
185 - 200 each session
What we offer...
Acting, Aerobics, Archery, Arts & Crafts, Backpacking, Baseball, Basketball, Bicycle Trips, Camping Skills, Canoe Trips, Canoeing, Environmental Ed, Film Making, Fishing, Fitness, Football, Golf, Hiking, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Mountain Biking, Music, Nature Study, Outdoor Skills, Photography, Rappelling/Climbing, Riflery, Roller Blading, Roller Hockey, Sailing, Soccer, Softball, Swim Instruction, Swim Recreation, Team Building, Tennis, Theater, Tripping, Volleyball, Waterski, Wilderness Camping, Wrestling, Yoga,
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