Discover Yourself At Overnight Camp
Overnight Camp experiences allow campers to grow through activities that allow for creativity while strengthening character values. Overnight camps are full of outdoor activities like campfires, hikes, skits, songs, and a chance to have a campout after cooking their own dinner over an open fire.
2022 Registration opens October 15th!
|Week 1||June 19-24||Traditional Overnight Camp, Entering Grades 3rd-6th||Shark Week||$430|
|Counselor-in-Training||June 19-24 & June 26-30||See "Leadership Camp" page for details||$250|
|Week 2 DAY CAMP ONLY||DAY CAMP ONLY||DAY CAMP ONLY||DAY CAMP ONLY|
|Week 3-SHORT SESSION||July 6-8||Junior Overnight entering Grades 1st -4th||Dinosaurs||$140|
|Leaders-in-Training||July 6-8 plus "hands on" week||See "Leadership Camp" page for more information||$100|
|Week 4||July 10-15||Traditional Overnight Camp, Entering Grades 3rd-9th||Kickin’ It Old School||$430|
|Week 4 - TEEN TRIP||July 10-15||Entering Grades 8-10||Sleeping Bear Dunes Trip||$500|
|Week 5||July 17-22||Traditional Overnight Camp, Entering Grades 3rd-9th||Lumberjack Relay||$430|
|Week 6||July 24-29||Traditional Overnight Camp, Entering Grades 3rd-9th||Colorful Prank Wars||$430|
|Week 6 - TEEN TRIP||July 24-29||Entering Grades 9-11||Canoe Trip||$500|
|Week 7||July 31-August 5||Traditional Overnight Camp, Entering Grades 3rd-9th||Getting Dirty||$430|
|Week 8||August 10-13||Family Camp||Surviving Algonquin||See registration page|
Traditional Overnight Camp
Ages: Entering 3rd-9th Grade
Our Traditional Overnight Camp is divided into three cabin groups (according to the grade the child is entering). By staging our activities and schedules appropriately, each group of campers will have a unique camp experience that is appropriate for their age each summer.
Junior Overnight Camp
Junior Overnight Camp, for youth entering 1st-4th grades, offers the perfect introduction to camp for families looking for a shorter session. Helping youth have fun and build confidence away from home is the central focus. Campers will participate in many of the same activities as Traditional Overnight Camp; however, they may not complete them all due to the shorter time at camp and camp progression.
Teen Trip Adventures
If you are entering grades 8-11 and are interested in outdoor excursions, then these trips are the opportunity for you. Camp Algonquin is offering two trips this summer.
Sleeping Bear Dunes – Grades 8-10 on July 10-15, 2022
This trip consists of an evening at camp for orientation, three days exploring the Sleeping Bear Dunes area, and then a night back at Algonquin for closing fire with all of camp. Campers can expect to tent camp while enjoying hiking, swimming in Lake Michigan, and cooking their own meals.
Canoe Trip – Grades 9-11 on July 24-29, 2022
Campers will spend 3 days and 2 nights canoeing and camping along a Michigan river. More information to come.
Visit “Leadership Camp” under drop down menu to learn more
The whole family can experience camping on Algonquin Lake together. A variety of activities are planned, and you get to choose which to participate in to create that all-important family time. There are also a few opportunities for the kids to spend some time with the summer staff while the adults have some free time. All the family fun without the hassle of cooking and cleaning!
- FAMILY CABIN (private) $400 for up to 4 people, $40 for each additional person
- SHARED CABIN: $300 for up to 4 people, $30 for each additional person
Parents are encouraged to view or print our Family Handbook, the informational packet including drop-off and pick-up times, what to pack and not to pack, etc. Log into your account to update information and make additional payments.