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Camps & Youth Programs

That Lasts


Camp Makes a Difference

Camp experiences teach lasting life skills.

Research tells us that skills campers learn at camp last far beyond their camp experience. We are committed to offering camps and hands-on learning for kids and teens that encourage meaningful interaction between campers, faculty and staff on wide-ranging subjects. 

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Camps by Month

Summer is an important time for camps. We often offer camps in spring and fall, too, so check back!


Design Tech Intro (Elementary School)
Piano Camp (Middle & High School)*
Pride (Middle School)
Studio Arts (Middle School)*
Video Game Programming, Level 1*
Video Game Programming, Level 2*

*Coming Soon

Specialty Youth Programs

We collaborate across the university and in the community to offer camp opportunities to an expanded audience of kids and young adults.

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Camp Lloyd

Offering solace and camaraderie to grieving kids for over a decade.

Learn to be a Kid Again
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Oneida Nation

Making camps accessible to enrolled families. Campers must be Oneida Nation to sign up.

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Pride Camp

Pride Camp offers youth in grades 6-12 opportunities to meet other LGBTQ+ and allies their age.

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Tools for Success

Health Form

Our camp Health Forms are electronic! You can fill out your camper(s) Health Form in their CampDoc account. Health Forms must be filled out online before your camper checks into camp on the first day. If you do not have a CampDoc account, you will need to create one.

Complete Health Form

Accident Insurance

The UW-Green Bay Health and Counseling Center is not available for camps or other youth programs. Therefore, parents/guardians will be notified of any suspected or known illness or injury. Accident insurance through the University of Wisconsin is automatically included for all kids at camp. This limited policy covers injuries relating to camp accidents only. It is understood that medical costs in excess of camp insurance will be borne by parents or guardians.

Helpful Documents

Please review our policies. Some camps are eligible for scholarships from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. If you need help navigating our campus locations, check out the maps.

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Have Questions

We’re here to help. If you have any questions about camps or youth programs, please don't hesitate to reach out to Patti Schevers, Education Outreach Executive Manager.

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