Camp Jorn’s TEVA program offers older campers increased independence and responsibility, with some of the familiarity and routine of traditional summer camp. The TEVA program is for 13-15 year olds to challenge themselves in their CJ experience. Campers will
live in CJ’s Yurt Village. It is set slightly apart from the main camp area and offers living space and a bathhouse.
TEVA Campers following the traditional camp schedule supplemented with some TEVA only opportunities. Campers will eat many meals in our Dining Hall, but have the option to cook some of their meals at Yurt Village with their counselors. The group will participate in traditional camp classes for one week and spend the other week participating in teen programming culminating in a short off-camp wilderness trip. High ropes and the wilderness trip are often the highlights of the TEVA experience. TEVA campers will have an experience to grow through outdoor adventure, teamwork and group living.
TEVA Wilderness Trip
A beginner level three-day-two-night canoe trip (weather permitting) allows TEVA campers to grow in teamwork and outdoor living skills. TEVA campers learn the basics of paddling and wilderness living at Camp Jorn before departure. On the trip, participants test their canoeing skills, enjoy the serene beauty of the famous Chain of Lakes, and learn introductory camping and Leave No Trace practices.
Trip Level: Beginner
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2017 Dates & Rates
|TEVA 1||6/25 – 7/8||13-15||$1,655|
|TEVA 2||7/9 – 7/22||13-15||$1,655|
|TEVA 3||7/23 – 8/5||13-15||$1,655|
Through the Leadership program, it is our intent that all individuals develop the necessary skills and maturity to become effective leaders and positive world changers in their communities. The goal of the program is not only to teach participants about leadership qualities, but to foster those qualities in themselves in a safe and fun atmosphere. The experience in the Leadership program is one that participants will be able to use at camp as well as back home in leadership roles at school, on teams, in the workplace and in the community.
Counselors in Training (CIT)
A 2 week program for campers age 16 by June 1st, 2017
Through first hand experience working with campers, CITs will develop a close bond and gain skills needed to be strong leaders. CIT’s work closely with members of the counseling team and leadership staff, spending time with our day camp and resident camp programs to gain leadership skills through experiential learning. CIT campers must apply to attend this program. Interested campers must complete an application and secure written references from non-family members. If you have any questions please call the office at 715.543.8808 and speak with Sara Eder, Camping Services Director.
2017 Dates & Rates
|CIT 1||6/25 – 7/8||16||$1,630|
|CIT 2||7/9 – 7/22||16||$1,630|
|CIT 3||7/23 – 8/5||16||$1,630|
Boys Pathfinder: Ages 15 – 17, 1 week, July 23 – 29
Isle Royale National Park
The Boys Pathfinder trip will be our inaugural trip to Isle Royale National Park in Lake Superior! Campers will leave Camp Jorn on Monday morning for Copper Harbor, MI to catch their ferry ride across to the island. They will arrive at the Rock Harbor Visitor Center and begin their hike to their first campsite. The group will be physically challenged by a hike from site to site, and arrive back at Camp Jorn on Friday afternoon. This is an intermediate level trip.
Ages 12-14, Boys and Girls Sessions
This is an adventure-focused program based on site; however campers stay in our platform tents and make their own plans for each day guided be their counselors. You will get to experience a variety of activities such as: rock climbing, zip-lining, mountain biking, kayaking or spending a day at the beach. Visit one of our beautiful Wisconsin State Parks or visit another camp! Your group can make a day trip or an overnight trip and head out on a new adventure each day.
Trekkers Boys: July 16 – 22
Trekkers Girls: July 30 – August 5