ENROLLMENT NOW OPEN FOR 2018

Welcome to the Outpost 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!

2018 Outpost Registration opens as follows:

  • Expeditionary Level Priority Period*: 8am Sept 19 – 5pm Sept 20
  • Advanced Level Priority Period*: 8am Sept 21 – 5pm Sept 22
  • Intermediate Level Priority Period*: 8am Sept 26 – 5pm Sept 27
  • Voyageur Level Priority Period*: 8am Sept 26 – 5pm Sept 27

*applications received prior to the respective priority period will be rejected

Apply for Outpost

  1. Choose your Outpost session

  2. Apply Online 

  3. Or download our two page application (PDF)

  4. For financial assistance information,  fill out the Campership application.

  5. Mail printed applications to:

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

WATCH FOR YOUR CAMP MANITO-WISH PACKET!

Be on the lookout for confirmation from Camp Manito-wish YMCA!  In March, you will receive an email from CampDoc’s, our electronic paperwork partner, as well as a mailing from us containing your final invoice and transportation registration forms!

Required Forms:

Additional Forms (if needed):

GET READY TO GO!

Our guides can tell you what to bring, how to get here, and what to expect.

Order Online equipment or supplies from  our Trading Post for supplies.

There’s also information for our International campers!

GET SET!

Our guides can tell you what to bring, how to get here, and what to expect.

…and check out our YouTube channel for informative videos!

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.

 

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.

Testimonials

Watching the students tackle the challenges posed by the activities at Camp has enhanced my own appreciation, both for the students and for the work done by the Manito-wish staff and colleagues.
G. D.