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Camp Woodland for Girls
Eagle River, Oneida County
An 84 acre site on the shores of Sand Lake in the heart of the American Legion State Forest. 5113 County D, Eagle RiverResident camp. Sessions for - girls only ages 7 to 16. June 23 to August 5. Staff dates: June 17 - Aug. 86 week June 23 - August 5
|Our programs are purposely different! Individual skills are taught, practiced & applauded in an atmosphere of cooperative group living. Each camper chooses what he would like to do and many boys specialize in favored activities. A traditional camp program with emphasis on individual achievement, positive group relationships and FUN! The camp provides a personalized and supportive program to develop skills, self confidence & independence. Our trained and certified staff challenge campers to improve their abilities in chosen activities. The group living environment builds friendships and teaches self reliance. |
Our private facilities have been developed to provide complete recreation and camping opportunities. Crystal clear water with sandy beaches is ideal for our outstanding aquatics programs. Trails through the forests beckon the hiker and rider. It is from the majestic pines, towering and stately, that the camp takes itís name.
Along with brother camp Towering Pines for Boys, Camp Woodland for Girls has been owned and operated by the Jordan Family of educators for the past 65 years. We believe that play is the work of children! More than a summer vacation, our camp is a learning experience designed to build character and lifelong skills. The campers call it fun!
4 week June 23 - July 21 (first year campers only)
2 week July 22 - August 5 (7 to 9 year olds only)Application on line at our web site.6 weeks = $4890 ($815 per week).
4 weeks = $3895 (first year campers only)
2 weeks = $1950 (ages 7-9 only)
|Activities: Archery, backpacking/camping, basketball, canoeing/kayaking, crafts, drama, gymnastics, horseback riding (Western), leadership training, marksmanship/riflery, model rockets, nature/environmental studies, photography, rope course, sailing, soccer, swimming, tennis, waterskiing, wilderness tripping, windsurfing, woodworking. Also - Lake Superior Sailing Trip. Exchanges with brother camp Towering Pines for boys. Academic tutoring available.|
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Non-DenominationalStaff RN on premises.Parents may visit at any time after second week.
|Religious/denominational emphasis -|
Accredited by the American Camp Association
|Accreditations and Affiliations -|
Camp WoodlandAll information supplied by camp management, 03/21/2007. For details call the camp Contact above.
|Director||Contact Person||Contact Camp|
|JoAnne Jordan Trimpe||John and Anne Jordan, Exec. Directors|
242 Bristol St.
Northfield, IL 60093