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Our Campers

Each session, about 215 boys aged 8-15 call North Star Camp home. Our size allows us to offer an extensive program to meet the diverse interests of our campers, while maintaining a tight knit community. We strive to be a diverse and inclusive community, working to help our campers grow in a world with a wide variety of backgrounds and views. There is significant interaction between age groups and our programming brings the entire camp together in a meaningful way. Our senior campers take an active role with our younger campers by way of our Senior Leadership Program, assisting in younger cabins and with instruction in activities which they have become proficient in.

Our campers come from suburbs and cities across the United States, as well as many campers from other countries. When we have visitors at camp, we often hear comments regarding how polite and helpful our campers are. We are proud of the respect and kindness our boys display throughout the summer.

Most will come for one of our 4-week sessions, however nearly half of our campers will stay for the entire 8-week summer. North Star Camp boasts a high return rate as many of our campers return from one summer to the next. It is not uncommon for our oldest campers to be spending their sixth or even seventh summers at North Star. We welcome many new campers in almost every age group each year. We are confident that a new camper, whether 9-years-old or 14-years-old, will be welcomed into his cabin group.

Our diverse campers come from all across the United States and other countries, like Mexico.
Our diverse campers come from all across the United States and other countries, like Mexico.
A camper holding a blue ball runs parallel to his opponents during a game of Speedball at North Star Camp for Boys.
A camper excitedly glides through the trees while attached to the zipline at North Star Camp for Boys.

International Campers

International campers and staff have been a part of the North Star Camp community for many years. We find that they bring a great diversity to our community and they have felt welcome and comfortable. If you are considering sending your son to camp from an international destination, we are able to provide him a wonderful camping experience and a total immersion into the English language. It is required that any camper have a basic understanding of English so that they can understand safety directions. It’s also important that all of our campers are able to communicate with each other in order to get the most out of their camp experience. We know they will learn a tremendous amount after spending four weeks with us.

Please take the time to navigate our website. We encourage you to contact us via phone or email at any time if you would like to learn more about North Star Camp and have specific questions about having your son at camp.

A camper jumps out of the water while gripping a tube in Spider Lake at North Star Camp for Boys.
Two campers smile with their arms around each others, they both have towels thrown on their shoulders at North Star Camp for Boys.
A group of campers watch as two boys jump for a basketball at the indoor gym of North Star Camp for Boys.
A camper at North Star Camp for Boys smiles and holds up a tennis racquet.