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We believe growth is available to you and your family at Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya despite the changing of the seasons. We offer year-round programming that allows your family to leave the hustle and bustle of the city, unplug, and focus on what is truly important: strengthening relationships, building character, and connecting with nature. Family camps offer exceptional programming to keep you active and engaged. If you’re looking for a more relaxing experience at camp with your family, check out our rental opportunities (link to rentals).
Every visit to Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya is an opportunity to develop yourself and deepen relationships. As fall surrounds us and the school year beings, a weekend on Chute Pond is the perfect way to escape the busyness of life, nourish your mind and body, and focus on time with the ones you love. Our fall programming has something to offer for every guest. Breathe in the crisp air while challenging yourself on our high ropes course or take in the colors of autumn while fishing on Chute Pond. Treat yourself and your family to a fall adventure at your home away from home with one of our weekend getaways.
Braving the cold at camp in the winter can be intimidating, but soon after arrival you will learn that everything you gain while you are here at Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya outweighs anything that mother nature can throw our way. Visiting camp in the winter allows our guests to tap in to their resiliency while enjoying all the exciting activities we offer in the snow. At the end of the day, head back to your cozy cabin or our sauna for relaxing time to reflect.
As winter wanes and the promise of summer fills the air, we are reminded of the fresh starts that await us. A visit to Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya in the spring awakens the mind, body, and spirit as you connect with the natural world, your family, and yourself. A weekend at camp offers guests the opportunity to build new memories while breaking in freshly-melted Chute Pond in the canoes and exploring the hiking trails while the forest comes back to life.