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    Camp Ojibwa

    Details

    • Listing Type: Summer Camps & Programs
    • Program Delivery: Residential
    • Provided By: Independent Provider
    • Session Start: June, July
    • Session Length: Two Weeks, Four Weeks, Two Months
    • Entering Grade: Below 6th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, PG
    • Gender: Boys Only
    • Category: Traditional Camp
    • Sub-Categories: Multi-Sports
    • Selective: No
    • Ages: 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
    • Minimum Cost: $3,000 - $6,999
    • Accreditation: American Camp Association
    • Credit Awarded: No
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    Overview

    Since 1928, Camp Ojibwa has provided a home away from home for thousands of boys and young men, helping shape the minds of the next generation of leaders. Camp Ojibwa delivers a Safe, Fun, Challenging, and Enriching environment where boys, ages 6-16, can develop the core physical and mental skills needed to prepare them as future leaders.

    Our sports-driven program—which includes but is not limited to team sports, instruction and water sports—is popular with boys of all skill levels or interests and is designed to support the needs of all skill levels.  Couple that with our traditional competitions—such as the Ojibwa Olympics, Spartan-Trojan, and our world-famous Collegiate Week—boys travel from all over the country and world to join our brotherhood and experience all that it has to offer.

    When not engaged in league play, Ojibwa campers have access to one of the finest waterfronts in Wisconsin’s North Woods. Camp Ojibwa staff have taught young men everything from basic swim strokes, to standing up on water skis for the first time, to landing a backflip on a wakeboard.

    Our program is built around The Ojibwa Way framework which is made up of four simply defined characteristics. KINDNESS, RESPECT, TRUSTWORTHINESS and FAIR PLAY. While these words may be simple in definition, they are not always simple to teach and foster. At Camp Ojibwa, we take every opportunity – whether it be on the field, on the court, in the water, on a boat, in a cabin, at a meal, on an adventure – individually or together, to develop, encourage and reinforce the development of these traits.