Adventure Camp on the River
Summer Adventure Camp on the Flambeau River
Rawhide’s adventure-based summer camp is designed to help teenage boys develop respect, responsibility, and self-control. The guys may also earn school credit for attending. The adventure camp is located in the Flambeau River State Forest in northern Wisconsin starting at Dix Dock’s Landing and ending at Beaver Dam Rapid’s Landing (29 miles). Youth will experience six days of activities including canoeing, swimming, camping, cooking, climbing, fishing, hiking, journaling, life lessons, and more. Students may earn high school credit toward graduation!
Cost for the six-day Adventure Camp includes meals, camping, recreation, and the adventure experience. Some limited partial scholarships are available to students on a need basis. To apply for scholarship funds, complete the application below. Camp Sessions are offered during the summer months of June, July, and August. Please see forms, packing list, scholarship application, FAQs and directions below:
2017 Summer Adventure Camp Dates:
||Register by||Ages Served|
|June 18 – 24||June 3rd||13 – 14 years old|
|July 2 – 8||June 17th||14 – 15 years old|
|July 16 – 22||July 1st||15 – 16 years old|
|July 30 – August 5||July 15th||16 – 17 years old|
Check-in time will be at 12:00 p.m. each Sunday at the Rawhide Visitor Center. The visitor center is located in the Carriage House, which will be on your right as you enter the campus. It is across from the Frontier Cafe. Click on the “Directions to Rawhide” link below for a map with directions.
Adventure Camp Forms and Info:
- Registration Form (Required)
- Consent Form (Required)
- Authorization to Dispense Medication (Required)
- Health Form (Required)
- Packing List
- Application for Scholarships
Directions to Rawhide Get map and driving directions to the ranch.
Call 1-888-745-7445 for more information or if you have any questions!