Programs / Summer Camp / Help Hub

Welcome to the Summer Camp Help Hub! Consider this your personal campsite for registration, information and helpful advice. To enroll your camper, please follow the steps below (it’s available as a PDF if you’d like to print it and use it as a checklist). See you at camp! 

          ENROLLMENT NOW OPEN FOR 2016! 


      1. APPLY FOR CAMP! 

___ Choose your camp session

___ Complete our two page application (For financial assistance information, click here .) or apply online here.

___ Mail your:

Completed application (IF you didn’t apply online)
Campership application (IF you applied for financial aid)


Camp Manito-wish YMCA
P.O. Box 246
Boulder Junction, WI 54512

Be on the lookout for confirmation from Camp Manito-wish YMCA!


It will include confirmation of enrollment and all necessary forms. (If you’d like to get a head start, these forms are listed here and available as downloadable PDFs on this web page.) Completed forms are due no later than April 30, 2016!

Required Forms:

___ Health History Record

___ Physical Examination Record (Exam must be within 12 months of the trip start date)

___ Camper History Form

Additional Forms (if needed):

___ Transportation Registration (Due at least 4 weeks before session start)

___ Equipment Order Form (Due by April 30 to ensure availability)

___ Name Label Order Form (Due by April 30 to ensure availability)


Our guides can tell you what to bring, how to get here, and what to expect. You can order equipment or shop our Trading Post for supplies. There’s also information for our International campers!


Start counting the days till camp! Check out camp in action to see what’s to come!

5. GO!

We can’t wait to welcome you to Camp Manito-wish YMCA! See you soon!

Camp Manito-wish YMCA secures permits with the following: Superior National Forest, Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Isle Royale National Park, Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario Crown Land, Custer National Forest, Shoshone National Forest, Nez Perce National Forest, Pukaskwa National Park, Gates of the Arctic National Park, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska State Forest, and Tongass National Forest.