Family Camps

August 16th- August 18th

Register for Family Camp

Come join us for a great time to relax, and have fun! We will have our seasoned summer staff on hand to ensure that you and your family will have plenty to do. Of course, if you prefer, you can spend the weekend relaxing in one of our sky chairs reading a good book or exploring our hiking and biking trails at your leisure. It's your weekend; you choose. Our staff will facilitate our climbing tower, zip line, archery range, riflery range, hatchet and slingshot range, dance, arts and crafts, sailing, and canoeing/kayaking. You will also have access to mountain bikes, basketballs, and other field games, fishing poles, or take a dip in the lake (with lifeguards on duty) to enjoy at your pace. Feel free to bring your own bikes and rods.

At the end of an action-filled or perhaps very restful day of relaxation, family campers will be invited to join in an evening, camp-wide game with our counselors, then settle in for relaxing around the campfire, sharing stories, and maybe even enjoying some s'mores.

Your stay at Family Camp will also include meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner on both Saturday and Sunday. Please note that we will not provide dinner on Friday evening as we anticipate families arriving at various times throughout the afternoon and night. Sturgeon Lake and Moose Lake have plenty of options for dining your first night should you arrive early.

Ages 4 and under are FREE!


  • Cancellations 14 days in advance will result in a 75% refund.
  • Cancellations 7 days in advance will result in a 50% refund on cabin/activity fees but food fees will not be refunded.
  • Cancellations within 7 days will not receive a refund.

Things to do around town, and in Moose Lake:

  • Local Restaurants, Moose Lake Brewing Company, Bowling Alley, Willard Munger State Trail, and Doc's Sports Bar and Grill

Housing Options

Room in Hanson Lodge: Dorm-style rooms feature two bunks in each room, with one queen-size bed on the bottom bunk, accommodating 4-5 individuals. Guests have access to two shared bathrooms and a spacious living room with a gas fireplace.

Room in Garber Lodge: Dorm-style rooms include two bunk beds in each room, accommodating 4 people. Guests have access to two shared bathrooms and a small communal area at the entrance.

McLeod Lodge (Red Pine & White Pine):  Large lodge features 6 twin bunks on each side, accommodating 12 people. Each side includes a private bath and shower. Families staying in this lodge will also have access to a spacious living room with a gas fireplace.

Red Oak & White Oak: Smaller lodge offers 6 twin bunks on each side, accommodating 12 people. This cabin provides stunning lake views, allowing guests to catch an incredible sunrise. Each side is equipped with a private bath and shower.

Pine Village Rustic Cabins; Balsam, Birch, Cedar, Elm, Spruce, Tamarack, and Willow: Large lodge features 7 twin bunks, accommodating 14 people in each. Rustic cabins are located near the main campfire space, overlooking the lake, and close to the dock for aquatic activities. Additionally, they are situated in the same area as the sauna. However, there is no plumbing in the cabins, so guests will use the nearby bathhouse for bathing and toilets.