I believe that a young person benefits from the “total” camping experience - learning how to pack, to portage, to canoe, to climb, to hike, to build a fire, to smell the fragrance of the trees, to feel the power of the wind on the water. There is a camaraderie around a campfire that does not come in a more sophisticated city atmosphere.
The 2020 hiatus has prompted a group of alumni to launch a campaign to benefit Camp Voyageur, Inc. We hope former campers, counselors and friends will join us to support Camp.Learn More
Reunions: In the fall and spring we gather in midwestern cities to show camp videos, canoe or hike. Contact us to receive emails about our next reunion.
Paddle Post: The Paddle Post newspaper captures the summer at camp in words and pictures. Contact us to receive the latest digital or hard copy Paddle Post.
The next Generation: Our greatest source of new campers comes from referrals by current campers and alumni. Help keep the Voyageur Spirit alive by recommending camp to boys in your circle of friends. Can you think of a boy who would make a great camper or needs an outdoor experience? Email Deb and so she can reach out to them.
Voyageur Foundation: Families can apply for Voyageur Foundation scholarships funded to help needy or merit campers attend a camp. Thanks to those few who have gifted generously, these outdoor educational scholarships make camp possible for more youth.
To contribute to the not for profit Voyageur Foundation, or to receive a scholarship application, contact Deb at camp.
The Voyageur Foundation supports outdoor educational opportunities for youth. With these scholarships more campers can enjoy the life changing experiences camps create. You can help a child attend camp this summer by donating to the Voyageur Foundation and by suggesting families that could benefit from a scholarship. All donations are tax deductibles.Contact Deb to Donate