Birch Trail Camp for Girls is a traditional summer camp for girls. We offer a large variety of land and water sports, climbing, arts and crafts, dance, horseback riding and much more (you name it-we teach it)! Located on the east shore of Lake Pokegama in beautiful northwestern Wisconsin, Birch Trail also has one of the country's premier wilderness tripping programs. A camper at Birch Trail will spend her summers under lush, tall trees, and see many animals and birds, including our resident bald eagles! Birch Trail is a special place in a magnificent setting, where girls cultivate friendships and memories to last a lifetime.

Accreditation

GAmerican Camp Association Accreditiedabe, Erin, Barbara and Laura are active members of the American Camping Association (ACA), the leading national group devoted to organized camping in the United States. Gabe and Laura are frequent speakers at conventions and conferences regarding professional camping.

Likewise, Birch Trail has always earned accreditation from the ACA. The standards for accreditation are stringent and include an on-site review of health, safety, program and administrative practices. Beyond the ACA, Birch Trail's professional affiliations include the Association for Experiential Education, the Outdoor Recreation Coalition of America and the Wilderness Education Association.   

Birch Trail Camp Has:

  • 430 acres, wooded with birch and pine
  • 4700 feet of lake frontage and a large sandy beach
  • 22 camper cabins with electrical service, bunk beds, shelves, and a table and chairs
  • 25 support buildings including the main lodge, a large craft shop, main office and trip-supply house
  • Wash-houses near the cabins (with hot water and showers), theater, health center, and more.