2022 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

We are currently taking registrations for our wait lists for both boys and girls summer camp – please contact us for more information!

  1. Choose your Summer camp session
  2. Access or set up your alumni account here:  REGISTRATION LOGIN using these instructions. If you are new to Manito-wish, please contact us at camp@manito-wish.org to assist with setting up your Family Record.
  3. For details and request forms for financial aid, visit our resource page
  4. In the event of cancellation 1) Before February 1, Camp Manito-wish will retain 25% of the full deposit. 2) Between February 1 and June 1, Camp Manito-wish will retain the full deposit. 3) In the event of cancellation on or after June 1, dismissal due to misconduct, or withdrawal due to homesickness, Camp Manito-wish will retain 100% of the session fee.

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!

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

 

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

She loved challenging herself and proving to herself she could do things she did not think she could do.
J. C.

Testimonials

She loved challenging herself and proving to herself she could do things she did not think she could do.
J. C.

2022 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

We are currently taking registrations for our wait lists for both boys and girls summer camp – please contact us for more information!

  1. Choose your Summer camp session
  2. Access or set up your alumni account here:  REGISTRATION LOGIN using these instructions. If you are new to Manito-wish, please contact us at camp@manito-wish.org to assist with setting up your Family Record.
  3. For details and request forms for financial aid, visit our resource page
  4. In the event of cancellation 1) Before February 1, Camp Manito-wish will retain 25% of the full deposit. 2) Between February 1 and June 1, Camp Manito-wish will retain the full deposit. 3) In the event of cancellation on or after June 1, dismissal due to misconduct, or withdrawal due to homesickness, Camp Manito-wish will retain 100% of the session fee.

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!

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

 

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.