Wolf Ridge is the kind of place where living things can change before your eyes. Things like trees, animals, lakes, rivers, and wetlands. Things like you. Because at Wolf Ridge, learning is the greatest adventure there is. Scroll for a snapshot of our camps for youth and families, adult workshops, and our programs for schools.
Up here, our 2,000-acre classroom will teach students things they could never find in the pages of a book. Not only about the natural world, but also about themselves. As a fully-accredited school aligned with Minnesota Academic Standards, Wolf Ridge is a world-class educational experience designed to complement and enhance what happens in classrooms across the region.
NOTE: Our campus is currently closed due to COVID-19. We are fielding inquiries for school group visits when the pandemic allows.
Spend some quality time with family and friends in the great outdoors. Wolf Ridge sits between the shores of Lake Superior and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Equal parts majestic and remote, our relaxed family environment will provide you and your family the kind of vacation you can only get at Wolf Ridge. Here, you’ll learn and grow together through hands-on activities. We’ll take care of the details; you just have the time of your life.
Think of our camps as a life-changing experience. Here, campers will learn more about themselves, develop new skills, embrace challenges, experience new adventures, and make lasting friendships in the outdoors. Download our camp brochure to learn more about our many camp experiences.
A variety of different community, youth, and professional groups make the trek to Wolf Ridge every year. We have a proven track record of providing excellent, hands-on, active, and fun educational and team-building experiences for kids and adults.
Spending the day at Wolf Ridge is a great way to gain exposure to the kind of adventures you can find here. Guests are welcome to stop by our office and learn about special events, trails, and more. It’s a great way to dip your toe into nature before diving in.
NOTE: Our campus is currently closed to the public due to COVID-19.