2024 Dates and Early Bird Rates
*All sessions are for ages 7-16. Early Bird Rates will be end on October 15, 2023.
|2 Week Session||June 14-June 27||$3,710|
|3 Week Sessions||June 29-July 18
July 21-August 9
|5 Week Session||June 14 – July 18||$8,530|
|6 Week Session||June 29 – August 9||$10,100|
|100 Anniversary Celebration Weekend||August 16-18 – Learn more here!|
What is the best length of camp for my camper?
2 Weeks: This is a great option for kids (or parents) who are a little hesitant about the camp experience. 2 weeks allows your camper to get their feet wet at camp, try some activities and get a taste of our special programming. Campers start building independence by living away from home and forming relationships. 2 weeks is also a great option for busy families, who are trying to pack in sports, vacations, or summer school, yet still want a camp experience.
3 Weeks – MOST POPULAR OPTION: We offer 2 different 3 week sessions. This 20 day session allows campers time to settle in and start a routine in the first few days and still get a solid two weeks of premium camp experience. More days = more time for creative programming, skill development in activities, and the option to participate in our 3-day camping trips. . Campers that are going into their Junior Year of High School also can participate in the CIT program during these sessions.
5 Weeks: We heard your feedback! With no option for 4 weeks over the last couple of years, some campers have missed the chance to spend more time at camp, as well as the between session excursions (North Shore Trips and Brainerd Adventures). Our 5 week session combines the first two sessions of the summer, and includes a wilderness trip between sessions.
6 Weeks: We have had several campers enjoying a 6 week camp experience with time in between sessions to either go home or see friends for a couple days. This option allows campers to attend the two three-week sessions back to back. We hope we can continue to grow our pod of 6 week campers!
What are the differences between sessions?
|2 Weeks||3 Weeks
||5 Weeks||6 Weeks|
|Number of Activity Days||9||14||23||28|
|Number of Special Programming Days||3||4||7||8|
|Total Number of Camp Days||14||20||34||40 (with 2 day break in middle)|
|Number of Canteens (daily candy or icecream treat)||9 with 1 Double||15 with 2 Doubles||24 with 3 Doubles||30 with 4 Doubles|
|Cabin Treehouse Experience||Yes, Weather Pending||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Opening, Closing & Friendship Campfires||Yes||Yes||Yes x2||Yes x2|
|Alpha Games||Yes||Yes||Yes x2||Yes x2|
|Leadership Program||LIT||LIT & CIT||LIT & CIT||LIT & CIT|
|Number of Letters from Counselors to Parents||1||2||3||4|
|Cookouts and Cooking Class||No||Yes||Yes||Yes x2|
|Laundry||No||Yes – 1 Time||Yes – 2 Times||Yes – 2 Times|
|4th of July||No||Yes (if attending June 29 session)||Yes||Yes|
|Day on the Town||No||No||Yes||Yes|
Waitlists and Full Sessions
If there is a waitlist started for a session you wish to attend, please call the camp office. Sometimes the waitlist is only for a specific age group, and you may be able to join that session. Typically, we get movement on the waitlists in late March when our higher cancellation fee kicks in. There are no guarantees, and we will notify you as soon as a space opens. In the meantime, register for an alternate session. Full deposits will transfer from one session to another.
If a session is filled and your friends are registered without you, try convincing your friends to attend a different session, or come to camp on your own! Many campers come to camp without a friend and end up creating lifelong friendships. Camp Foley counselors are great at helping campers meet new people and make new friends.