Hey, Camp Fans!
We here at Everything Summer Camp are proud to work with nearly 300 summer camps across the nation! We’re their recommended camp outfitter and, in return, we love singing the praises of the many camps with whom we’ve developed a wonderful working relationship. That’s why today I’m shining our camp spotlight on the beautiful surroundings of Lake Maxinkuckee in the state of Indiana.
Located in the Great Lakes Region—just a little ways away from the south end of Lake Michigan—sits the entire campus of Culver Academies which has called this place home since its beginning as the Culver Summer Naval School in 1902. Ten years later, Woodcraft Camp was founded. Woodcraft uses a separate 250 acre campgrounds for their summer activities.
They offer great individual sports such as Archery, Riflery, Cross Country, Disc Golf, Fencing, Fishing, Horseriding, Golf, Tennis, Track, Chess, and more. You can also enjoy team sports such as Baseball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Rugby, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, Frisbee, and more.
They also offer plenty of activities in Nature, Music, Theater, and Arts. You can even learn languages like French and Spanish or take other academic classes. And, of course, you can make use of the waterfront and go Canoeing, Kayaking, Sailing, Diving, Water Skiing, and, of course, Swimming.
With more than 60 A-frame cabins and a separate dining hall, their facilities include a plethora of instructional buildings, one of America’s largest indoor riding halls, one of Indiana's largest natural lakes, as well as an incredible number of sailboats, power boats, personal watercraft, and the largest three-masted square-rigger on fresh water in the country!
At Culver Woodcraft Camp, campers soak in a six-week camp stay chock full of camp activities for children from the ages 9 to 14. With more than 80 elective courses and activities to help the youth achieve independence, leadership skills, and self-confidence. Culver Woodcraft Camp has seen great success in kick-starting kids on an awesome path through life. Check out their website for a closer look by clicking right here and, as always, thanks for reading!