Camp Friedenswald provides learning experiences for school group from all over Northern Indiana and Southern Michigan. Entire grades and classrooms come for 1-3 days to live the “camp life” and experience new things together like canoeing, archery, and many other natural science classes. Many of our schools have been coming for years and find it one of the most meaningful and engaging parts of theirs students’ year.
Packages for 2015
1 Day package: $20 per student; $17 per adult. (Sample 1 Day schedule link)
- 1 camp instructor (more available upon request for fee of $100 per day per instructor)
2 Day package: $45 per student; $42 per adult. (Sample 2 Day schedule link)
- overnight lodging for all students, chaperons, and teachers
- 1 camp instructor (more available upon request for a fee of $100 per day per instructor)
- 4 meals
- 2 evening activities
- 1 snack
3 Day package: $69 per student; $66 per adult. (Sample 3 Day schedule link)
- overnight lodging for two nights
- 1 camp staff instructor (more available upon request for a fee of $100 per day per instructor)
- 7 meals
- 2 evening activities
- 1 snack
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Find a place that helps the past become relevant and alive in the present. Shavehead Lake has a rich Native American history and was an end point on the Underground Railroad.
Experience the challenge of primitive skills and the genius way Native Americans and the early pioneers overcame obstacles.
Activities can include archery, canoeing, fire building, wildlife CSI, treasure hunt orienteering, pioneer life, fishing, and wild health food store.
We have 365 acres of wilderness and are on a 250 acre lake. There are two federally endangered species and many state protected species on our lands. On our property we have one of Michigan’s top ten old growth forests and two rare fen habitats.
Explore our unique habitats and experience the incredible life up close and personal here at Camp Friedenswald. Activities can include aquatic small world, canoeing, prairie fen bridge hike, frog dissection, owl pellets, rock hound, Survival game, and nature hike options.
As part of our memorable learning experiences at Camp Friedenswald we offer these opportunities that will have a lasting impression on students.
Students take on the roles of animals in their struggle for survival and come to a new understanding of the impact of human activities on the natural world during this exciting simulation game. Please note that this is a whole group activity (30-120 people) and will be led only by Friedenswald staff. This activity lasts 1.5-2 hours.
Season: Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter
Recommended grades: 2-12
Fire and Light
It dazzles the senses and our eyes. With the use of darkness to accentuate the effects of light, exploring its fascinating properties will surely be memorable.
Sit around the campfire as we pop popcorn in a cauldron, tell tales, and sing songs.
All aimed at fast paced fun. Games like Clue, Dutch Auction, Ultimate Scavenger Hunt, and Capture the Flag create camaraderie while keeping energy levels high.
Team and Confidence Building
Bring your group closer together and build individual problem-solving skills by engaging in a fun, challenging program to help everyone work together to solve problems.
We tailor a curriculum to fit your group’s needs and in the process can address topics ranging from bullying, goal setting, motivation, communication, and more.