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Check out Chippewa Ranch Camp

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Hey, Camp Enthusiasts!

Not that we don’t like talking about ourselves here at Everything Summer Camp—our products, our customer service, or our awesome team—but today I’d like to shine the spotlight on a wonderful, all girls camp, Chippewa Ranch Camp. Check out all the fun activities and excellent facilities they have waiting for you this summer!Welcome to Chippewa Ranch Camp

Surrounded by pines in the northern region of Wisconsin, Chippewa Ranch Camp sits on the border of Eagle River, just 40 minutes away from Lake Superior and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The Chippewa grounds are filled with exciting activities and an abundance of character!

If you like water sports, Chippewa provides areas for swimming, sailing, kayaking, skiing, windsurfing, stand-up-paddle boarding and fishing. Fun land activities include the ropes course, the climbing wall, archery, tennis courts, basketball courts, and a scenic jogging trail. If you like horses chippewa ranch rope coursetoo, you’ll definitely have to check out the stables and go for a ride or two.

Chippewa also offers a variety of art activities such as pottery, cooking, arts and crafts, theater, and dance. Campers at Chippewa sign up for activities every two weeks. There are five activity periods each day that are revisited every other day.

This way, campers have the same schedule Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and then a different schedule on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays. And Sunday is reserved for Cabin Day which focuses on being part of the community and togetherness of the Chippewa family.

At night, campers retire to the cozy cabins that overlook the lake. Most cabins offer bunk beds and every girl is provided with her own shelving unit. Whether you’re in Lakeview, C-C, Horseshoe, or Bowed Legs, you’ll stay cool in the summer heat with nice, commercial fans that do the job right. As Chippewa puts it, their campers are “roughin’ it…comfortably.”

Be sure to stop by the “Mother Tree”— estimated to be 233 years old, she’s the biggest and oldest tree on the Chippewa grounds! And you’re sure to play a few rounds of trampball—an exclusive marriage of volleyball and four-square with added bounciness!

Girls from all across the country and all across the world learn new skills, build friendships, and realize a clearer vision of the self through community living. Join this close-knit community of Chippewa sisters and check out Chippewa Ranch Camp for yourself! As always, thanks for reading.


- John
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- John

P.S. Their map is AWESOME!!! Click it to check it out

Chippewa Ranch Camp map



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