Camp Ojibwa

Camp Ojibwa

  • Water Sport Schools
  • Water Sport Resorts

Water Sports

  • Waterski
  • SUP
  • Tubing

About

Camp Ojibwa is Wisconsin's greatest summer camp for boys located in Eagle River, WI. Since 1928, Camp Ojibwa has provided a home away from home for thousands of boys and young men, helping shape the minds of the next generation of leaders.

Camp Ojibwa’s waterfront is a cornerstone to our facility and one of the most popular destinations every day of the summer. Your son’s safety is our number one focus throughout the entire summer, but especially at the waterfront. It starts with our staff. We certify our Junior Counselors in the American Red Cross Lifeguard training. Every time campers are at the waterfront, we have a minimum of 8 lifeguards on duty, regardless of the number of swimmers in the water. Our ski boats are driven by experienced, highly trained and skilled boat drivers who are often aided by spotters to ensure your son’s safety during his waterskiing, tubing, and red shark rides.

Additional details

Boat(s) in Use:
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Available Gear:
Everything that you need.
Hours of Operation:
See website for camp dates.
Reservations Required:
Yes See website for more information.
Water Located On:
Catfish Lake
Water Temperature:
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Other Watercraft Traffic:
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Additional on-site activities, accommodations:
On-site lodging and food, sports, cooking, arts & crafts, singing, photography, climbing, archery & more!

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