Located in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, Fort Wilderness’ Main Camp is open for year-round fun. In the summer, Main Camp hosts families for week-long family camps. During the fall, men and women gather for weekend retreats. Youth groups from churches around the Midwest gather in the winter for snowy fun. Students participating in Fort’s gap year program, TruNorth, live onsite during the school year. In addition, over 60 summer staffers and volunteers call Main Camp home while they serve. Whether you like roughing it or prefer to camp in style, our facilities provide comfort for everyone.
Where Friends Become Family
Being together with your own family and friends, and creating a new community of camp friends who become family.
The Amphitheater • With a view that overlooks beautiful Spider Lake, the Amphitheater is an ideal location for outdoor session and worship.
The Gathering Place • A versatile space for small and large group gatherings, the Gathering Place also hosts camp’s coffee shop, CampGrounds.
The Dining Hall • Located in the heart of camp, the Dining Hall is the place for good conversation and classic Fort food.
Camping at Main Camp
The Eagle’s Roost
The Woodland Lodge
Payton’s Place – Infirmary
From a serene horseback ride out on the trails to a bustling volleyball game down at the waterfront, Main Camp has summer activities for all ages and ability levels.
Winter at Main Camp is a snow-covered playground. Icy broomball courts, freshly powdered ski trails, and cozy horse-drawn sleigh rides are waiting for you!