Camp Nebagamon is a boys' camp located in northwestern Wisconsin, not far from the shores of Lake Superior in the heart of Wisconsin's Northwoods. Our youngest campers have completed the third grade, and the oldest have finished their freshman year of high school.
Camp Nebagamon is a traditional camp – a refuge from the real world, a diverse and caring community, one that strives to engender a love of the outdoors in its campers, a camp that provides an individualized program that allows young men to pursue their own interests at their own pace. We have approximately 240 campers, and we offer four or eight weeks of camping.
The program at Nebagamon is designed to offer a tremendous variety of activities that provide our campers with opportunities to both expand on skills they already have, as well as discover new talents and passions. Our activities are designed to be, for the most part, lifetime skills. That is to say they are activities that the boys will be able to enjoy from ages eight through eighty.
We recognize that young people have different interests, and Nebagamon enables an individual to pursue the ones most appealing to him. We care not whether a boy is proficient at serving a tennis ball, cooking an omelet, or paddling a canoe. Our goal for every camper is that he enjoys participating, achieves competency, and feels a sense of accomplishment.