Get Ready for the Challenge
To properly prepare for our group the Team Leadership Center must receive their waiver and health form early. Read, Sign, and Send to Camp (
Make sure that you do some prepping, so that you will be fit for the adventure. Be able to walk a mile, lift and carry 20-30 pounds, and have the confidence to try new things like living without electricity and running water.
P.O. Box 950, East Troy, WI 53120) Before July 1:
Our Camp Alice Chester staff will be on the trip with you, as well as professional kayaking guides from the Team Leadership Center from Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.
Day 1 – Check in and settle for your week of adventure. Prepare for your next morning’s departure.
Day 2 – Meet with your guide and review some safety procedures. Repack gear into waterproof bags.
Days 3-5 – Kayaking and exploring Apostle Islands National Lakeshore . The exact route will be determined closer to the session and will be based on weather.
Day 6 – Return to Camp Alice Chester to clean and de-gear.
Day 7 - Parent program and pick up. Time to share all your great stories with the family!
Extra items to Bring
Good quality rain gear. Poncho and pants work best.
Camera, journal, and pen with you to capture all your experiences. (optional)
Good athletic shoes or hiking boots.
Warm clothes at night because it can get a little windy and cool up north.
Lightweight pants, so you can be comfortable in heat and protected from shrubs and mosquitoes.
You may want to bring extra money besides what you set aside for Camp Alice Chester Trading Post souvenirs. While you are away from camp you may want to purchase souvenirs, ice cream, or other snack items. This is not mandatory, only suggested by past adventure campers.
You will ride in a camp van that holds 12 passengers driven by one of our trained and qualified staff members. Remember that the van needs to hold twelve people, luggage, plus some of the community belongings and food so make sure to pack light!
All camp staff are trained in first aid and CPR and will have cell phones with them in case of an emergency. Once the group has met with the outfitter and they will also have certified Wilderness First Responder with the group.
If you need additional information, contact the Seasonal Camp Director, Kim “Storm” Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org