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2020 Family Camp
Cancelled for September 5, 6 & 7
Camping weekend for all ages
Sorry but we have decided that we must close the 2020 Fall Family Camp due to the Covid-19 crisis. Please check back next year when we hopefully will hold the 2021 Fall Family Camp. Please contact email@example.com for more information. See below for information about next year's Family Camp along with tentative costs.
Enjoy the beauty of Camp Woodbrooke's location and experience the gathered community that will develop as we hike, swim, play, sing and prepare meals together.
When is it? Weather dependent, Family Camp is tentatively planned for Labor Day Weekend, Saturday through Monday. (2021 dates: Saturday 9/4 – Monday 9/6)
What will we do? Daytime activities will include hikes, swimming, use of the potter’s wheel, various crafts, games and shared meal preparations and clean up. There will be unscheduled times that many children will spend on the tire swing, wading in the creek and playing tetherball. Older folks may wish to take quiet walks, go help in the garden, read, or simply watch what all is happening. We will prepare meals together, play, explore the property, have group activities and adequate free time. Each day’s activities will begin and end with the whole group gathering for a short time of quiet meditation. Evening campfires, singing, storytelling and stargazing end each day. The weekend begins with Saturday lunch. It ends after breakfast on Monday with a closing group gathering. Camp Woodbrooke will provide leadership, lifeguard, mattresses for bunks, meals and a good time for all.
What should we bring? Sleeping bags, pillows, towel, toiletries, swimsuit, flashlight, bug spray, at least one pair long pants and closed shoes (for walking in the woods), water bottle and hat. Don’t forget that evenings can be cooler that late in the season. Musical instruments are welcome. Some people may prefer to bring tents for sleeping. Otherwise there are six open-sided cabins each with eight bunks and floor space. There is a showerhouse with flush toilets, showers and warm water. Our facilities are simple and rustic.
When should we arrive? Saturday: Please plan to arrive in time to share the lunch at 12 pm.
When do we leave? Monday: The weekend will conclude with a closing group gathering after breakfast..
What does it cost?
- $70 per person for six meals (Saturday lunch through breakfast on Monday)
- $30 per child under age 14 and free for children under age 5
- Maximum per family of $200.
How do we register?
- Please click here to download the registration form.
- Fill it out and then mail it with your payment to 1704 Roberts Ct. Madison WI 53711
- OR scan and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Fees can be paid via PayPal
How do we get to camp? For directions to camp please email us at the address below or call us at 608-647-8703.
What if we have more questions? Please contact us at 608-647-8703 or email email@example.com.
See you there!!