Get ready to discover the delightful mysteries of nature. Who lives where? What eats what? What’s hidden high and low? Join us as we learn about the woods, fields and streams with adventures, stories and games. Learn how to explore the secrets of nature in your own backyard.
There is nothing more fun than scooping into a lake and finding tadpoles, crayfish and baby dragonflies! During this ‘watery’ week of camp, participants will explore different freshwater habitats including wetlands, Wolf and Raven Lakes and Sawmill Creek to learn all about water and the creatures that live in it.
Connect to the wonder and beauty of nature through food, nutrition and farming. Everyday will be a new adventure as campers discover how to grow healthy organic food by investigating the soil, the seeds we plant and the insects that call the farm home.
Become modern-day explorers discovering the past through fun and adventure, while making new and “old” friends along the way. We will be stepping back in time to experience life 200 years ago. Try your hand at outdoor cooking, basket weaving, archery, fishing, using a cross-cut saw, and paddling a voyageur canoe!
No matter what the meal is, campers will satisfy their appetites in the Fireplace Dining Room. Food Service Director Chris O’Brien and his staff go above and beyond to produce a choice driven, healthy, hearty meal while creating a sense of community here at Wolf Ridge. Most of our produce is from the Wolf Ridge Organic Farm while meats and other products are sourced as locally as possible. From-scratch vegan, vegetarian and meat options are offered at each and every meal. Healthy snack options are available every afternoon.
Our kitchen staff regularly works with participants to meet allergy and dietary concerns. Daily vegan dishes are inherently free of any animal product, including dairy, and are most often gluten free as well. Individuals with common food allergy and sensitivities, including to dairy or peanuts, will find good, healthy food at each meal that addresses their needs. Our Dining Hall is nut free. Please note dietary requests, concerns, and preferences when completing camp registration materials.
“It’s about quality. It’s about passion. It’s about good food done well.” – Chris O’Brien
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June 29 – July 3, 2020
We accept credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, Discover or American Express).
The balance of your camp fee is due by June 1st.
Available for multiple campers from the same household (must all be residents of the same household address). Call 218-353-7414 Monday-Friday between 8 and 4:30 for details.
Available for campers whose permanent residence is Lake or Cook County in Minnesota. To apply for this discount, please call the office at 218-353-7414 Monday-Friday between 8 and 4:30 pm.
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Packing lists and more can be found in Resources “For Summer Campers.”