Who can attend?
Discover Overnight Camp at Many Point and Tomahawk is open to youth going into 6th grade – 12th grade. Youth are encouraged to come with friends or siblings to join other small groups for an awesome week of
How much does it cost?
$500 per youth
When is Discovery Overnight Camp?
There are four weeks available to do Discovery Overnight Camp.
What should I bring?
When packing for Summer Camp, see a full packing list on each camps website, but below are some helpful reminders!
- Swimsuit and towel
- Rain jacket - always be prepared!
- Sunscreen and bug repellent
- Shower shoes (flip flops)
- Sweatshirt or lightweight jacket - it can get cold when the sun goes down!
- Thermometer and hand sanitizer
- Any medications that they might need (tell staff at check in)
It may be helpful to pack your gear in a plastic tote instead of a suitcase because it is easy to carry and it will keep your things dry in the case of rain!
What forms do I need to bring?
Each participant (youth and adult) must have a completed of the Health Form. Additionally each youth participant who would like to participate in shooting sports activities must have a completed Shooting Sports Waiver. Both of these forms can be found under forms on the right hand side of this screen.
Forms will be turned in upon arrival, and you will get them back at the end of your week. If you do not have them completed, you will be asked to fill them out once you arrive.
Camp will be delivering hot lunch and dinner to your campsite for you to eat with your group. Your group can elect to cook hot breakfasts in your campsite or to eat cold breakfast each day.
Please view the dietary restrictions in the related pages on how to work with camp on accommodations we can provide.
What to expect at Check In
Camp Staff will be ready to greet you in your assigned campsite at 1pm. Once you are in camp, you will want to set up and head to the beach to do swim qualifications for the week. Your counselor will work with your group to build your camp schedule for the week with the other kids in your group.
Each participant, youth and adult, will be asked to complete a swim qualification test. You will not be allowed to participate in any aquatic activities (swimming or boating) until this is complete. There are 3 different levels that participants can check at to fit their comfort and ability level:
- Learner (Non-Swimmer)
Swim checks can be completed prior to coming to camp under the supervision of a registered lifeguard, see Swim Qualification Record sheet in the forms area in the right sidebar for more information.
Each camper needs to find their own way to camp and home from camp. If you’d like options on carpooling, please contact us and we can share your information with other registered families.
First Aid & Onsite Medical Staff
Each camp property has at least 50% of their staff trained in First Aid and CPR. Each camp has an EMT and a volunteer physician on call 24/7, as well as dedicated sick call hours throughout the week.