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General Daily Schedule At north star Camp for Boys

There truly is no such thing as a typical day at North Star Camp, however, most days follow a similar outline:

A camper looks down as he positions his feet while climbing up the rock wall at North Star Camp for Boys.
Campers celebrate as they stand around a campfire in the woods at North Star Camp for Boys.
A group of boys splash on the "blob", a mat that allows people to stand on water in Spider Lake, at North Star Camp for Boys.

Tuesdays Are Cruiser Days

We follow this schedule six days of the week. Tuesdays, which we call Cruiser Day, are special days that are like our weekends. Each cabin plans their Cruiser Days for themselves. Popular activities are tubing, a slip ‘n slide, a scavenger hunt around camp, disc golf as a cabin, visiting a local resort on the lake, and so much more! Cruiser Day ends with the cabin cooking dinner over the fire, making camp classics like Tinfoil Surprise or Walking Tacos, before ending the meal with delicious desserts like S’mores or Banana Boats!

A camper and staff member watch as a red and pink painted rocket begins to blast off the ground, leaving a trace of smoke during a rocketry activity at North Star Camp for Boys.
Campers practice their hockey stick handling skills during a game of indoor floor hockey at North Star Camp for Boys.
A camper holds up the fish he caught out of Spider Lake at North Star Camp for Boys.
A camper wearing body paint kicks a soccer ball at North Star Camp for Boys.