What’s Going On At Camp…?


Your son is on the bus heading straight to Camp Ojibwa. All week long, our hard working staff men have been learning, training, sharing, and preparing the final touches to the campgrounds in anticipation for this summer, 2019, to be the BEST summer yet. It may be difficult to achieve, but from the camp campfire site all the way to the farthest of far fields, the staff work together to rake the trails, hang the nets, paint the lines, organize the equipment, and finalize every detail for Camp to be ready for campers to enjoy. So what’s really going on?

THE NEW WEBSITE IS LIVE. Check out our new and improved Ojibwa website, and let us know what you think.

Each cabin’s campfire site is being fully stocked to assure campers enjoy cookouts, s’mores, optimal lakeside seating, and a scenic route down the Nature Trail. Camper duffel bags are being carefully arranged and placed within each camper’s respective cabin prior to their arrival, because, trust us, we know how heavy they can be.

Laura’s Lens taken to the NEXT LEVEL. Potentially our biggest addition to camp this year; Waldo, our new facial recognition service to take the pain out of seeing your child living it up on the beautiful Ojibwa grounds. For more information about Waldo, please learn more here: Enroll and then download the Waldo Application to view your sons photos.

Another HUGE addition to camp; taking our famous catfish lake waterfront assets up a notch with BRAND NEW in-water play equipment. Some may remember “the blob” that used to sit in our swim area, it was great, sure, but are you ready for a log roll, jungle gym, and obstacle course?

Each cabin is being inventory checked to assure adequate bunks, comfortable mattresses, spacious shelving, and cleaning equipment necessary to manage a hygienic living environment.

The fields and courts are being lined up and prepared for highlight plays and close calls, as well as extra officiating and coaching practice to encourage our best efforts on both sides of the ball.

The new ventilation fans were on high gear cooling the cabins the last couple of warm days.


Dear Camp Ojibwa Families… Open to View Info