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Former Logging Camp—Red Arrow!

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Hey, Camp Aficionados!

Last month, I shined our spotlight on Camp Eagle Ridge—a camp in our virtual backyard, not too far from our headquarters, here at Everything Summer Camp. Today, I want to take a trip to the opposite end of the state, from the bottom to the top, to sing the praises of Red Arrow Camp in Woodruff along the shores of Trout Lake in Wisconsin’s beautiful Northwoods.

This is a camp that appreciates its history and sticks to its traditions. How could you not when your cabins and other facilities are nearly 100 years old and built with full log construction?! The Dining Hall and Rec Hall are both from the mid-1800’s when Red Arrow was a lumberjack logging camp.Set in a beautfiul landscape, Red Arrow Camp offers beautfiul facilities!Another tradition that Red Arrow has always implemented is the seven-week-stay—that’s almost TWO MONTHS at summer camp. It’s definitely for campers who know they’re in it for the long haul. While lots of other camps go for the route of multiple, shorter sessions, Red Arrow Camp strongly believes in the importance of a prolonged, uninterrupted camp stay.

Showing kids an honestly life-trans-formative summer since 1920, they certainlyBoys will be boys at Red Arrow. know what boys find fun! They offer a classic collection of camp activities like Archery, Football, Soccer, Basketball, Softball, Tennis, Lacrosse, Track & Field, Wrestling, Trapshooting, Nature/Ecology, Weights & Fitness, English Riding, Woodworking, Drama, Rifle, Swimming, Waterskiing, Canoeing, Sailing, Boardsailing, SCUBA, and more!

Year after year, Red Arrow is excited to give kids a summer that they’ll never forget. They impart experiences that only such an extended stay can deliver and, every year, they see the positive impact all of those experiences have on their happy campers. If you and your kid are interested in Red Arrow Camp for yourself, check it out for yourself sometime. And, as always, thanks for reading.


- John


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