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Adventure Outpost

Adventure Outpost, also known as ‘AO’ is Fort’s summer-only youth camp site. Located two miles down the road from Main Camp, AO is a place where young people can take age-appropriate steps of maturity, experience adventure, and grow their faith.

Horseback riding – a camp highlight for many!
Building relationships through play
We know-call on us!
Having fun during unhurried time

Camping at Adventure Outpost

Cabins
Bathrooms
Dining
Pavillion
Infirmary
The Field
The Ridge
The Garden
Blair Lake
The Speaker Cabin

FAQ’s:

Do the cabins have electricity?
Can my child bring a phone or smart watch?
Does AO have Wi-Fi?
How does AO handle allergies? Is AO a nut free facility?

Connect

Questions? We’re here to help!

Jordan Koehn

Adventure Outpost Director

jordankoehn@fortwilderness.com

715.277.2587 x 1001

Our Three Sites

Annually, Fort hosts about 9,000 campers across three sites. Main camp operates year-round with week-long camps, retreat weekends, and TruNorth our college-age leadership development program. Adventure Outpost (AO) and Leadership Lab are just two miles away on Blair Lake where about 500 kids (ages 8-18) come each summer. AO hosts youth campers who can shout across the lake to the high schoolers at Leadership Lab!

Our Three Sites

Annually, Fort hosts about 9,000 campers across three sites. Main camp operates year-round with week-long camps, retreat weekends, and TruNorth our college-age leadership development program. Adventure Outpost (AO) and Leadership Lab are just two miles away on Blair Lake where about 500 kids (ages 8-18) come each summer. AO hosts youth campers who can shout across the lake to the high schoolers at Leadership Lab!