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CAMP BOLD EAGLE

  • Session 1 (ages 6-9): July 14-18, 2019
  • Session 2 (ages 10-12): July 20-26, 2019
  • Teen Camp (ages 13-17): June 30-July 6, 2019
At Camp Bold Eagle, kids experience a traditional summer camp environment complete with archery, arts and crafts, canoeing, swimming in a lake, and nature walks.

EAGLE
QUEST

  • Age 18+
  • June 8-14, 2019

Eagle Quest, our newest camping program, is a backpacking excursion on North Manitou Island in Lake Michigan for adults with bleeding disorders.

EAGLE OUTPOST

  • Age 14-15
  • August 4-10, 2019
The Eagle Outpost program was developed to meet the special needs of adolescents ages 14 and 15.

EAGLE EXPEDITION

  • Ages 16+
  • July 30 - August 7, 2019

Eagle Expedition is a weeklong adventure to Northern California featuring activities such as whitewater rafting, rock climbing, sea kayaking and sleeping under the stars.

OLD BEAGLE

  • Weekend retreat for adult former campers and staff of Camp Bold Eagle
  • September 13-15, 2019

Camp Old Beagle is open to all former staff and campers of Camp Bold Eagle, Eagle Outpost, Eagle Expedition, and Eagle Quest, who are at least 18 years of age, and their immediate family (significant other and children).

COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING

  • Age 16+
  • JULY 8-27, 2019

Counselors-in-Training, or CITs, are an important part of life at Camp Bold Eagle. Former campers exhibiting strong leadership skills can apply for the specially designed training program that acts as a stepping-stone to a full staff position. CITs learn about positive behavior management, relating with other staff on a professional level, and maintaining a safe and happy environment for campers.

meet the camp staff

In addition to traditional camp activities, we pride ourselves on offering a can-do experience at camp. Adult leaders, often impacted by bleeding disorders themselves, together with compassionate medical care providers, come together to provide safe, yet challenging experiences for our campers. By learning how to manager their disorders, campers are able to take “Eagle Steps” toward possibilities rather than limitations.