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Climbing*IAWAH's large indoor wall has eight faces with climbs and bouldering routes ranging from beginner to advanced. For additional challenge campers also have the option of participating in climbing races, timed or blindfolded climbs, and other games. There will also be opportunity for outdoor rock climbing and rappelling.
*Climbing is also available as a Focus Program offered weeks 1,2,3,5,6,7 including an off-site all-day climbing trip.
Ski and Board*Learn how to knee-board, water ski and perhaps try something more challenging like wake-surfing. IAWAH’s ski and board program is adapted for all levels, right from beginners. Ski and Board Focus Program includes up to 3 hours of focused instruction each day.
*Ski and Board is also available as a Focus Program offered all seven weeks of the summer.
Mountain Biking*Develop your mountain biking skills to a whole new level! Campers will enjoy learning practical skills and technique in cross-country single track, bike maintenance and a challenge course designed for bikes (boardwalks, ramps, jumps, etc.).
*Mountain Biking is also available as a one-hour Focus Program. Available Weeks 1,2,4,5 and 6.
WildernessTry something new each day and explore the wilds of IAWAH’s great property. The week includes fire-building & s'mores, frog catching, shelters, traps & forts, & more!
Rockets and Projectiles*In this super fun activity, campers will learn about propulsion by making water bottle rockets, water balloon launchers, a potato gun and a host of other great projects involving science and fun.
*Rockets and Projectiles is a Focus Program, offered only in weeks 3 and 4.
Boys Adventure Camp*
Looking for something extra? Boys Adventure Camp takes a regular week at IAWAH and pumps it up. A week custom designed with boys who love adventure and exploration in mind. How do we pack a week extra full of adventure?
Stay close to nature. Adventure Boys stay in a tent village nestled into the edge of the forest.
Small groups for big adventure. With a maximum of 35 campers, Boys in this program thrive in the small community.
Measured risks. Taught by men who love the outdoors, Adventure boys learn how to build rockets, wood carve, explore the forest and so much more.
A taste of regular camp. Campers spend meals, Prime Time, morning activities, and some games with the rest of camp.
Unique Programs. The opportunity to sign up for a Focus program, such as Ski & Board and others is still available.
The Boys Adventure week is an exciting new program made just for boys who are looking for that "extra" in extraordinary. This unique program has the boys staying in their very own tented village (large canvas tents on platforms with very comfortable cots) with their very own recreational space and a special program specifically designed for boys who love adventure and exploration. Building rockets, wood carving, exploring the property, special wide games, archery, climbing, sports, survival techniques and more... all the great things that make for an exciting camp for boys can be found in this exclusive one week opportunity. Our highly qualified leadership team is comprised of solid Christian men who love the outdoors and love mentoring boys to reach their potential. This special group will also be integrated into regular co-ed camp for Prime Time, morning activities, meals and certain camp wide games.
*Boys Adventure Camp is only offered in week 5 and is designed for boys who have completed grade 5-8.
Beach and BLOBIAWAH beach is the perfect place to hang out on a hot summer day. Enjoy blobbing a friend or get blobbed yourself. Lots of activities, water toys and fun games to keep the active as well as chilled on Wolfe Lake.
Archery*Learn how to hit that bullseye with a variety of bows, from Olympic recurves, compounds and even a crossbow. Campers will learn all the basics of archery from how to string a bow to shooting techniques and have lots of time to practice their skills.
*Archery is offered as a one-hour Focus program during weeks 1-7.
CanoeingExplore the basics of canoeing, small craft safety, paddling strokes and canoe-over-canoe rescues while playing canoeing games and paddling around Wolfe lake exploring the wildlife.
Cakebaking*Think of Cake Boss and then having the chance to eat your creation with your friends. Campers will spend time learning how to design, bake, and decorate their cakes before the reward of getting to try them out with the whole camp. A fun and relaxing activity with a great reward at the end!
*Cakebaking is offered as a 2-hour Focus program during weeks 1, 2, 3 and 7
CraftsStaff provide engaging yet do-able crafts that spark creativity and introduce campers to different DIY projects.
DramaImprovisational activities and drama games prepare campers for a creative end-of-week presentation that is typically performed at the final evening campfire.
Offered as staffing permits