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Camp Manitou’s 100th Anniversary Celebration!

Come to Camp Manitou to celebrate 100 years of history, relive childhood memories, share stories, and enjoy a day of camp fun! Everyone who is excited to celebrate Camp’s 100th anniversary is welcome to join: current and past campers, former staff, supporters, friends, and our local community.

Our celebration will be focused around an all-day gathering at Camp Manitou on Saturday August 19th. Additionally we have options to stay the full weekend at camp for those that are looking for even more of the camp experience. 


Saturday Celebration

Throughout the day there will be a wide range of activities happening around camp for everyone to join in at their pace and interest. In addition we will lead optional activities throughout the day, including a mud hike, and camp games. In the evening we will all gather for dinner, music, and stories of camp.

Outline of the day

            Saturday, August 19th 

10:00  Open Swimming & Boating

           Games in the field

            Art ‘n Crafts

            Camp history in main lodge

            Tours of camp

12:00   Lunch


1:00     All camp game


2:00     Swim Boats, & Games

            Pontoon Rides

            History in main lodge

            Tours of camp

            Mudhike (3pm)


5:30     Dinner


6:00     Music in the north field

7:00     Birthday Cake & Stories of Camp


8:00     Enjoy the sunset


8:30     Farewells & Sing Taps

Pricing & Registration

$40/ person (free under age of 3)


Assistance is available for anyone that needs it (we want everyone to be there!) During registration select reduced rate needed during check out (25%, 50%, 75%, or 100% off are available) 

Unlimited space available until August 1st 

Click HERE to register

To register select “100th Celebration” and you can register multiple family members under one reservation. If you haven’t created an account with us, it will prompt you to do that first.

Weekend at Camp

If you’d like to extend your time at camp you can stay in a cabin or tent on site for the weekend. The weekend is focused around the Saturday celebration but with some extra time at camp we can get in additional camp games, meals, and traditions. The weekend options include the Saturday celebration so there is no need to buy a separate day-only ticket. 

Housing Options


Stay in a Cabin

Cabins will be filled with people that coordinate staying together. One person in each group will sign up as the ‘cabin host’. The cabin host will be giving a link to send to people to register to join in that cabin. We ask that cabin hosts have a goal of ensuring that at least 8 people stay in the cabin. Cabins can have a maximum of 14 people. During registration, you will be asked names for who you intend to stay with. The group can change as long as you stay between 8 and 14 people. Since space is limited at camp we will offer cabins with a lottery system. See registration info below.

$130/ person (free under age of 3)


Tent Camping

Another option for staying at camp for the weekend is to tent camp. Participants that choose this will need to provide their own tent and camping gear. We unfortunately do not have space for rv’s and campers.

$80/ person (free under age of 3)


Sleep off site

This option is for anyone that has other accommodations for lodging (air bnb, hotel, etc) and would like to drive up and back to participate in the full weekend of celebrations. 

$80/ Person (free under age of 3)


Registration Info

Cabin host

This “registration” is to indicate your interest in being a cabin host. There is no cost at this time. Anyone that completes this interest form before February 13th will be ordered randomly on a lottery system. Anyone that completes this form on or after February 13th will be offered spots in the order we receive them if space becomes available. 


Cabin hosts will receive a special link for people to register for their specific cabin.


Tent & Off-site Registration

This session will show up as “100th Celebration Full Weekend- Tent or Off-site”. Our goal is to accommodate anyone who would like to stay in a tent. If your first choice is to stay in a cabin, you can wait to see if you get a spot in the lottery and if not, then sign up for tent space. If space opens later in a cabin, email us and we can transfer your registration.

Register HERE

If you haven’t created an account with us, it will prompt you to do that first.

Outline of the weekend

          Friday, August 18th

4:00  Check in Begins

          Open Waterfront

          Games in the fields


6:00   Dinner

7:00   Welcome and Introductions

7:30   After dinner activity

8:00   Campfire


           Saturday, August 19th

8:00   Breakfast


10:00 100th celebration day begins!

           (see day event for schedule)


9:PM   Campfires 


           Sunday, August 20th 

8:00    Breakfast


11:00  Departures

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