For over 100 years, we have been a leader in the youth development business. We strive to stay on top of the current trends and offerings, while always keeping in mind our traditions that have made Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert what they are today.
Camp Friendship, Eden Wood, Camp Courage, Camp Courage North, and Camp New Hope serve children and adults with developmental and other disabilities, children without disabilities also welcome to attend. Campers participate in traditional camp activities.
YMCA Camp du Nord located on Burntside Lake near Ely, MN and boundary waters canoe wilderness. Outstanding family programs for adults, children, teens. One week summer sessions, year-round options in all seasons.
Located in the Smokey Hills of northwest Minnesota, Toad Mountain Ranch is an equestrian paradise set in the pristine and unspoiled Minnesota heartland.
YMCA Camp Menogyn offers high-quality wilderness adventures throughout North America! Exciting activities such as canoeing, backpacking and rock climbing all have an emphasis on personal growth, skill development and relationships.
Between 2 lakes in northern Minnesota's Northwoods. Youth camps for 2-12 graders. Climbing tower, adventure course, daily chapel. Exemplary well-trained adult counselors who love kids!
Good Earth Village is an Outdoor Ministry of the church. It is owned by over 140 congregations in Southeastern Minnesota.
Camp Olson YMCA,an ACA accredited camp, is located in North Central Minnesota and offers traditional camp programs for youth ages 8-16 and specializes in sailing, horseback riding and leadership programs.
Duluth YMCA Camp Miller has a long history of providing quality programs in a beautiful outdoor setting. Located on 340 acres and one mile of shoreline on Sturgeon Lake, campers experience traditional camp programs.
2011 Summer Camps at Great Lakes Aquarium! The four camps are listed below. For more information and details on each camp, contact Great Lakes Aquarium (GLA) at 218-740-3474
Camp life at Warren is based on long-standing traditions dating back to 1927. A typical cabin group consists of 10 campers & two staff members. Progressive skill development in activities. Well balanced and good tasting menu offered.