- Classic Camp
- SPECIALTY CAMPS @ BUTWIN
- Butwin Extended
- Summer Planning
Looking for even MORE summer fun? After Camp Butwin is over, spend the next week with us at Butwin Extended, where we have something for everyone. Campers will spend their mornings focusing on a specialty of their choice and their afternoons in fun and creative camp-themed electives, swimming and Shabbat activities on Fridays. There’s no better way to wrap up the summer! Please note, a $25 late fee will be charged for any registration received after July 31. All payments due by August 1. Need care all the way until school starts? Check out our offerings by clicking here.
Experience the joy of horseback riding in this program that’s progressively structured to provide a fun experience interacting with gentle horses. Instructors are trained in horsemanship and carefully match the experience of each child with an appropriate horse. Safety is our top priority. We introduce the basics of Western riding and focus on equitation (horsemanship) skills that will set a foundation for a lifetime of riding. For campers entering 3rd grade. Minimum participants 10, maximum 25.
Skyhawks will lead us through a week of track & field, team games, skills and drills! Athletes will learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of the week, your child will walk away with knowledge of (2 or 3) new sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self- discipline. Minimum participants 10, maximum 40.
Discover the basics of mechatronics engineering and logic-based programming, experience a world of engineering adventures and enjoy team collaborations and creations without leaving Camp Butwin with the esteemed group "Engineering for Kids"! Your Adventure Awaits!.
There’s no limit to the creative potential that can be discovered and explored during All About the Arts. Whether it’s getting creative with our professional artists, exploring the art and artistry of the theater or cooking up something delicious in our kitchen, we have it covered for a fun and surprising art filled experience. Minimum participants 10, maximum 25.
This week-long camping trip includes a 4-day 3-night trip canoeing down the Namekagon river. The highly trained staff at Wilderness Inquiry will lead us on a trip of a lifetime canoeing and camping our way through the pristine wilderness that Northwest Wisconsin offers. You bring the sleeping bag and other personal needs, and we’ll provide the rest! Limited to 16 participants per week.
For more information, contact Tracey Agranoff at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 651-255-4735.