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YMCA Camp Nan A Bo Sho
Lakewood, Oconto County
On Waubee Lake, nestled in the Nicolet National Forest 90 miles north of the Fox CitiesResident camp. Sessions for - coeds ages 6 to 16. Also sessions for families. Early June 16 to Late August 23. School and other rentals open for the spring, fall, and winter.Three day two night (ages 6-7), One-week (ages 8-16), 10 day (ages 12-16), and Two-week sessions (graduation from 9th grade).Registration starts first full week in January , and will be accepted until camp starts. Financial assistance available. Contact office for further info.$157 to $425 per week.
|Founded in 1964, Camp Nan A Bo Sho (NABS) offers programs designed to develop self-esteem, appreciation of a healthy mind, body, and spirit, acceptance of all people, and appreciation of our environment. Our fun filled activities teach the benefits of teamwork, cooperation, conservation of resources along with the values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. Sessions start on Sunday afternoons and end on Friday afternoons. Campers are involved with activities and programs from early morning until the campfire at sunset. |
Camp Nan A Bo Sho is nestled on the shores of Waubee Lake near Lakewood, Wisconsin. Its 40 wooded acres are surrounded by the Nicolet National Forest which provides the setting for many of our camping and canoeing trips in which a child can have an outstanding camping experience in a Christian environment. Other facilities include: Orbison Lodge/Dining Hall, large program building, 12 cabin living units, medical lodge, arts and crafts area, camp store (Trading Post), athletic field, volleyball court, archery and rifle ranges, challenge course, climbing tower/zip line, a well equipped waterfront with a large swimming area, canoes, sailboats, windsurfers, kayaks, paddleboats and rowboats.
|Activities: Archery, backpacking/camping, bicycling, canoeing/kayaking, crafts, cultural/ethnic awareness, horseback riding (Western), leadership training, marksmanship/riflery, nature/environmental studies, outdoor skills, rock climbing, rope course, sailing, swimming, wilderness tripping, windsurfing. Also - mountain biking, skits, campfire songs, group games, kayaking, overnight backpacking and canoeing trips|
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Families. Also - Family weekendsStaff RN on premises at all times. Paramedics, doctors, all volunteer as medical staff.Parents may visit at any time or by contacting camp.
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American Camping Association.
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|Director||Contact Person||Contact Camp|
|Rob Rathsack||Rob Rathsack, Camp Director|
218 E Lawrence St
Appleton, WI 54911