Family owned and operated, Camp Nicolet for Girls was founded in 1944 by Ann and Wendall Schrader. Camp Nicolet has an unusually rich history and is a perfect example of an American dream come true. Read all about it here.
Camp Nicolet is renowned for its beautiful facilities and peaceful, stately outdoor environment that strengthens the mind, body, and soul as the surroundings wrap themselves around each individual camper like an old friend. Tucked next to Mother Nature’s glowing display on sparkling Franklin Lake we have:
- Ten lakefront camper cabins – Check out what Cabin Life is like.
- Four tennis courts
- Two athletic fields
- Trampoline pits for trampball
- A stable and three instructional riding rings plus miles of trails
- A water ski pavillion, four ski boats, and a slalom course
- A sandy beach area for swimming and smallcraft activities
- A RAVE water trampoline, two slides, a water mat, and two swim rafts for fun in the sun
- A boathouse with storage for paddles, PFDs, and sails
- Forest Lodge, which includes a theater, crafts shop, staff room, and a large recreational area with a fireplace
- The library, with a collection of books and games
- An archery range with 4 targets and state-of-the-art equipment
- A beautiful picnic area for outdoor BBQ and picnic dinners
- The Nicolet Outpost – with 8 campsites, fire rings, shelters, and picnic tables for nights under the stars and weekly cookouts
- The Canteen, a camp store stocked with snacks and goodies
- The Camp Office and Post Office, inside the administrative headquarters
- A full-time summer maintenance team who take pride in ensuring all community spaces are kept clean and safe.
So, whether a camper is tickling their toes on the sandy beach, ramping it up on a wakeboard, or star gazing next to a crackling fire under the Milky Way, Camp Nicolet provides something for every age and personality.
This map will help you explore all the beautiful facilities at Camp Nicolet. Click on an activity area or building, and you’ll be taken there to learn more about that program or facility. There’s lots to see – have fun exploring the grounds!