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Duncan spent his first Summer at Camp Ojibwa when he was 7. My Los Angeles friends and family thought we were insane for sending our newly graduated first grader across the…

– Sharon L.

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Duncan spent his first Summer at Camp Ojibwa when he was 7. My Los Angeles friends and family thought we were insane for sending our newly graduated first grader across the country for 4 weeks. We obviously made the right decision, as he became a camper for 10 straight years, most often for the full 8 weeks. Camp Ojibwa became a second home to Duncan–his true “happy place”. He can’t explain why camp is so meaningful to him exactly, but it’s a combination of the people, the place, the traditions, the sports and the freedom. It has been a pleasure to share with Camp Ojibwa in the role of raising Duncan to become a confident, competitive, caring and independent young man. As he approaches his first summer as a counselor, we know he will take on this role with a sense of pride and responsibility and will make his Ojibwa Family proud.

– Sharon L.

I am the person who I am because of Camp Ojibwa. I have always led my life the “Ojibwa Way” and the friends and connections I have made in life are all due to this…

– David A.

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I am the person who I am because of Camp Ojibwa. I have always led my life the “Ojibwa Way” and the friends and connections I have made in life are all due to this special piece of land in Eagle River, WI. It is simply the best place on earth where boys truly learn how to become the future leaders of tomorrow. It doesn’t matter if you are 8 or 88, the Ojibwa bond lasts for life.

– David A.

When I think about Camp Ojibwa I can’t help but think about tradition. It has been absolutely incredible that Ojibwa has continued to thrive 90+ years into its existence….

– Jon M.

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When I think about Camp Ojibwa I can’t help but think about tradition. It has been absolutely incredible that Ojibwa has continued to thrive 90+ years into its existence.  Yet Camp Ojibwa has found a way to change with the times in its tenth decade to provide an amazing camp experience for so many boys year after year. My dad told me about this magical place “Up North” from my days in diapers and I still remember the day I crossed through the gate into a place that would change my life.  So it was with great honor that I then got to introduce my own boys to the greatest place on earth. They have truly found Ojibwa to be their home away from home, starting to count the days they will return from the moment the summer ends. The friendships, experiences, lessons, and memories have had a profound impact on us all and we can only hope others will get to have the “OJ Experience” for generations to come.

– Jon M.

The summer of 2019 will mark my 64th consecutive summer at Ojibwa, either as a camper, counselor or guest. I even saved up enough leave-time while in the service, back in…

– Bernie K.

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The summer of 2019 will mark my 64th consecutive summer at Ojibwa, either as a camper, counselor or guest. I even saved up enough leave-time while in the service, back in the 60’s, to make a visit. The one major flaw with Ojibwa is it’s not big enough. Not big enough to accommodate every young man on Earth so he may experience the most wonderful times of his life. And to experience the comradery and competition so vital in the early years of his life.

– Bernie K.

Camp has given me the most precious friendships anybody could ever want in life. Summers are never long enough at camp, you just never want to leave. I wouldn’t be the man I…

– Noah A.

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Camp has given me the most precious friendships anybody could ever want in life. Summers are never long enough at camp, you just never want to leave. I wouldn’t be the man I am today without the love, friendships, and growth I have experienced at Camp Ojibwa.

– Noah A.