For 3rd–6th Graders
We invite you to join us for Junior Camp this summer. Incredible counselors are coming to guide you through the numerous activities and to help you grow spiritually. This will definitely be a summer to remember and will possibly be your best one ever!
Schedule & Speakers
Junior Camp 1
June 19-24, 2023
Junior Camp 2
June 26-July 1, 2023
Junior Camp 3
July 10-15, 2023
Junior Camp 4
July 17-22, 2023
Junior Camper Cost: $290
Sponsor Cost: $290 (see Sponsor Information below for more information).
For every 12 junior campers from your church, one adult sponsor may come free.
A $50 registration fee is required before a registration can be processed and will be applied to the total camp fee. Registration fees may be refunded if registrations are canceled more than 30 days prior to the event. If within 30 days of the event, registration fees are nonrefundable but may be transferable to another camper or to Northland Camp for the current season only.
Early Bird Discount: $275 (Register by April 15)
The Liquidator: our 90-foot water slide on the shore of Camp Lake
Vertical Venture: our towering 35-foot climbing wall that offers 5 runs with varying levels of difficulty
The Zipper: a 610-foot peaceful glide over the valley as well as a 390-foot thrill ride through the forest
SwingShot: a breathtaking 40-foot giant swing
High Ropes Course: new, challenging activities for adventure lovers
Camp Cove: 18-hole mini golf course. It's fun for all ages!
Rifle and Archery Ranges
Cageball Chaos and Human Foosball
Basketball and Sand Volleyball
Carpetball, Ping-Pong, and Foosball
Check-in & Check-out
Check-in & Registration: Monday from 2-4 pm
Check-out & Departure: Saturday by 9 am
Northland Camp is a Christian camp where Christian principles will be taught. To provide a positive atmosphere, campers are expected to cooperate in activities; respect one another; avoid profanity; wear modest clothing; and not be disruptive to the program, the staff, or other campers. The camp reserves the right to send campers home that are unable to act within these conduct guidelines. If a camper is dismissed from camp, there will be no camp refunds.
What to Bring
Warm sleeping bag, pillow, towels, toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, etc.), a variety of clothes for warm and cool weather, swimsuit, extra clothes, tennis shoes (for rugged activities), light jacket, sweatshirts, Bible, notepad, pen or pencil, flashlight, insect repellent, spending money (approximately $40-$50+ in small bills), camera, etc.
Parents and pastors should know that our staff is committed to maintaining a professional and conservative dress standard, exemplifying the spirit of modesty and appropriateness in all activities. We ask all our guests, including campers, to be reasonable and conservative in their dress and conduct as well. We reserve the right to request a change in any clothing or behavior deemed inappropriate.
All clothing should come to the knee. Slacks/athletic pants are acceptable. Avoid tank tops. Campers are dressed more recreationally/casually during daytime events. For evening services, we encourage campers to wear their best attire. Several activities are considered extreme, allowing participants to choose dress appropriate for the situation. We expect campers to enjoy the camp experience by feeling as comfortable as possible within these instructions.
Camper Cell Phone Use
Use of cell phones by campers is prohibited in most instances. Emergency calls will be directed through the Camp Office. Messages from home will be delivered, if applicable. If teen campers bring cell phones, they will be allowed to check messages from parents from 1-2 p.m. (CST) on Fridays only.
Calls concerning safe arrival at Camp should be made to/from a sponsor with your group or the Camp Office.
Since safety is a priority, visitors are prohibited while camp is in session. Special exceptions may be granted in advance through the Camp Office.
Please plan to send campers for the entire camp week. Early dismissals are permitted in case of emergency only.
Mark all personal belongings. Junior campers should give money and wallets to counselors for safe-keeping. Lost and Found items are donated one week after the camp week; requested items are returned COD. Northland will not be held responsible for lost, unclaimed, broken, or stolen personal property.
Graduated seniors will be permitted to attend camp for one final summer.
What to Leave at Home
All food (no snacks are permitted in the cabins except with permission from the Camp Office for special dietary needs), cigarettes, tobacco, alcohol, skateboards, cell phone (junior campers), scooters, roller blades, bicycles, magazines, fireworks, nonprescription drugs, knives, firearms, and almost any electronics (TV, radio, iPod, electronic games, laptop, tablet, etc.).
When assigning cabins, we try to honor as many cabin mate requests as possible if they fall within 1 to 2-grade levels of each other. In general, we try to house campers by grade. For example, it is possible that you could have a span of 7th to 9th graders in the same cabin, but we would strive to never have a 7th grader and an 11th or 12th grader in the same cabin.
Health & Safety
Our program is planned with health and safety as priorities. A medical staff member is available 24 hours a day, and certified lifeguards supervise all water activities. Over-the-counter medication is provided by our Health Center. Please do not send medication unless prescribed by a doctor. All medication must be kept in its original labeled containers. For the health and safety of all campers, we request that campers who have contagious conditions or diseases not attend camp. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding in this matter of public health.
Note: All off-site medical expenses will be directed through the camper’s parents’ health insurance policy. Northland does not provide secondary health insurance coverage.
As a sponsor, you will have the unique opportunity to experience all the exciting and enriching times your young people will have at camp. Not only will you be able to participate in many of the activities, you will also be able to engage your young people throughout the week as they make life-changing decisions and take steps to grow closer to the Lord. After camp is over, you will be able to help keep your young people accountable and focus on seeing the fruit that stems from their decisions. Being a sponsor is a thrilling and exciting time. You will be surprised how many blessings you will gain from this opportunity. We will see you soon.
Any adult, 18 years or older, staying more than four hours per day and/or using guest housing must register as a “sponsor.”
One sponsor, 21 years or older, is required for groups of 12 or more registered campers.
Spouses and any adult supervisors representing minor children are considered sponsors.
All guests regardless of age are required to bring their own bedding--sheets, pillow, blanket or sleeping bag--unless specifically notified. Sponsors may request Linen Service for an additional $12 per person.
Childcare is not provided. All minor children must be supervised at all times.
All adults, 18 years or older, staying at Northland and/or interacting with minor guests may have to pass a background check. Churches sending adult sponsors should conduct legal background checks prior to camp arrival. Records may have to be provided at time of arrival and/or a Wisconsin background check may be required.
Each sponsor should plan on attending the “Child Protection Training” on the first day of camp.
Children 0-4 years: Free
Children 5-7 years: $50/child
Children 8-18 years: Regular camper cost
Off-site Sponsor: $100 (meals and programming only/no lodging)
One free sponsor for every 12 registered campers
- Covers all camp meals, programming, and on-site lodging
- While housing lasts
- May not be transferred to campers
Dorm-style housing is recommended.
Couple/Family housing is limited.
Housing is given on a first-come, first-serve basis. Housing may not be guaranteed.