Category: Camp Ondessonk

Looking for footprints…one of the original four – Goupil

By Pati Egan Every time I go to Camp, one of the units I stop and spend some time in is Goupil. When I was a camper, I usually tried…
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Amantacha – a unit and a bridge!

By Pati Egan What came first, the unit or the bridge?  I suppose that depends on your definition of the bridge.  Amantacha was the first tree house unit and it…
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Update – Pete Korte Lodge

By Judy Blase Woodruff Volunteers!  Camp Ondessonk would not be what it is today without our dedicated, talented, selfless volunteers!  Throughout Camp’s 64-year history, volunteers have had a major role…
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Staff Spotlight- Koy Kennedy

By Judy Blase Woodruff Koy Kennedy is a versatile man who has been a farrier, worked in carpentry, and was a full-time rodeo cowboy who rode bucking horses for a…
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The Marquette Trail

By Pati Egan While helping to organize the Archives Room at Camp, an unopened box caught my attention.  The box was full of approximately 100 individually-boxed medals.  The medals were…
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Campgrounds Near Me

Hey Google, campgrounds near me.  With Spring fast approaching, planning your next getaway is easy with Camp Ondessonk’s online registration portal.  Camp Ondessonk offers a wide array of camping options…
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