Camp Nebagamon, founded in 1929, is located in the heart of the Northwoods in northwestern Wisconsin. Over the years the area has been home to Native Americans, explorers, and trappers. In the late 1800’s the Weyerhaeuser Lumber Company used the land for a large mill. Our main lodge was built by Frederick Weyerhaeuser in 1898 as a family home. This lumberjack tradition remains alive today in Camp’s philosophy and atmosphere.
Our in camp program provides many opportunities for our campers. They can participate in athletics, canoeing, sailing, sculling, riflery, archery, arts & crafts and many others. We also have an extensive wilderness tripping program that does about 90 wilderness trips in 7 weeks time. Those trips will either paddle, backpack, or pedal. We travel the Boundary Waters, Quetico Provincal Park, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Isle Royale, and many others.
Camp Nebagamon is a great place to gain valuable experience working with children and to have a great summer!