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Father Child Weekend

Moments that Matter, Memories that Last!

Father Child Weekend is time for your family to grow together. This weekend is a win for the whole family – Dad gets to bring the kids to camp to experience winter to the fullest and Mom gets a weekend to relax! Share all your favorite Wisconsin winter activities with the kids and maybe find a new favorite along the way - we offer programming for all ages and interests. After a long day in the snow, our campfire program provides an opportunity to share your talents, have a good laugh, and get to know the special community of fathers and kids who come together each year for this winter tradition.



During Father Child Weekend, dads and kids stay in our heated and winterized cabins.  Each cabin has a fireplace and wood is included in your stay. When registering, be sure to list the friends you would like to bunk with, that way you all can stay together. You’ll need to bring a sleeping bag and pillow for our bunk beds, a twin sized set of linens works well too. Check out our virtual tour of camp to view the cabins on site. 


All meals are provided by camp!  Our outstanding kitchen staff prepare a huge spread of food for each meal with different options for young and old alike.  From Friday night to Sunday morning you will have all the fuel you need to stay warm and active!  If you have any special dietary needs please indicate that during registration.  We can accommodate most special diets. You can bring snacks to keep in your cabin but please don’t bring anything with peanuts, we are a peanut free facility.  

Program Activities

  • XC Skiing
  • Ice Fishing and Skating
  • Snow Shoeing 
  • Boot Hockey 
  • Sledding
  • Snowman Building
  • Campfire
  • Klondike Games 

Rates and Dates

January 24-26, 2025
Start Time is 5:00pm Friday.  End Time is 12:00pm Sunday. 

  • $213   Fathers
  • $184   Ages 13-18
  • $167  Ages 7-12
  • $144  Ages 4-6
  • Free Ages 0-3 

" My family and I have had the good fortune to do a good bit of traveling and have experienced some really fun and exciting things. There's a difference between fun vacations and special vacations. Weekends like this definitely fall under the "special" category. Experiences like this don't just provide entertainment, they provide lasting memories that will stay with us for a long time. 25 years from now my son will be telling my grandchildren about the year we went to Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya and it was -25 degrees out. Special time indeed."