You’re invited to Camp Gitchigomee’s 75th (+2) Anniversary Celebration from July 29th– August 1st!

There will be opportunities for polar bear swims, day swims, canoeing, a visit to The Rock, hiking, archery, Sunday worship, and crafts – on top of free time that you can use to enjoy the scenic views and facilities Camp Gitchigomee has to offer. Please see below for more information and registration

Notes to Groups:

  • Groups will be assigned cabin space based on availability (first-come, first-served) and preference, please indicate if you have a preference for a cabin or would like to share a large cabin space with other groups. No groups will be assigned to share with another family unless indicating willingness to do so.
  • Camp Gitchigomee is a Nut and Fish Free space, due to allergies.
  • Camp staff will be present on site to ensure the weekend runs smoothly.
  • There will be a sign-up sheet for any who are able to help prepare meals, supervised by one of our Kitchen staff with Safe Food Handling. No experience is necessary and we look forward to working together to feed the camp.
  • Groups will be responsible for their own dish clean after meals.
  • All groups must include an adult who will be responsible for the supervision of your children, waivers will be required for swimming and use of canoes for all participants. 
  • Archery and craft activities using camp materials will be at select times and supervised by camp staff.
  • Bring your own linens with you; you will need towels and bedding.
  • As per Camp Gitchigomee policy, recreational drugs and alcohol are not allowed at Camp events. Smoking is prohibited on camp property. Personal medication should be secured safely.
  • All groups will need to follow COVID-19 protocols in place at the time of the camp. Participants are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have a valid medical exemption. Families should screen for COVID-19 symptoms before attending camp, DO NOT come to camp if failing screening. Rapid Antigen Tests will be available onsite if needed. Camp staff will help ensure high touch surfaces are cleaned frequently.
  • Electricity and running water will be provided through the use of the generator.
  • We welcome any donations to help offset the costs of food and electricity for the weekend as well as any donations to help ensure that children and families are able to enjoy camp programming for years to come.