Camp Tour

One of the best ways to learn about Clearwater is to visit during the summer; we love showing off our beautiful camp! Families are invited to meet our staff and to see our program first hand. Please contact the camp office to schedule your family’s personal tour: 800-399-5030 or info@clearwatercamp.org

We also invite you to take a virtual tour which was filmed on a typical diamond day primarily during rest hour when all campers are with their cabins. You can also explore camp by clicking through the vintage “Voyageur Chart of Clearwater” below, taken from a woodblock print created in the 1930s.

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Swim/Sail Bridge Cape Cabins Browns Sunday Service Point Cabin Council Fire Boat House Waterski Riding Dining The Deck Harbor
Clearwater’s waterfront is defined by our picturesque bridge, with swimming and sailing  on one side and waterskiing bay on the other.
BrownsBathroom and Shower House Facilities for the Cape and Point on the Island
Sunday ServiceSunday Service
Point CabinPoint Cabins
Council FireVoyageurs in their Kaputs and Sashes at Council Fire
Boat HouseSituated north of the bridge, the Boat House is home to
Camp’s fleet of canoes at water level and Arts & Crafts upstairs.
WaterskiThe Waterski Dock
RidingA short walk down a wooded path leads riders to our stables, riding arena,
and the surrounding private trails of the Pottawattomie Colony.
Dining“The Mains’l” – Camp’s Dining Room
The Deck“The Deck” – Camp’s Indoor Gathering Place, Theater, and Library
HarborThe Harbor – The youngest unit of campers living on the
mainland all enjoy historic cabins that include their own bathroom facilities.