Contact

Harriet Redman 
WisconSibs (formerly known as Fox Valley Sibling Support Network) 
info@wisconsibs.org 
920-968-1742 

Sib Camp - begins at  Door County Adventure Center 4497 Ploor Rd., Sturgeon Bay, WI



Sib Campers at Wagon Trail (August 10-13) enjoy sleeping in YURTS!  What is a YURT?

Yurts originated long ago with the Mongolian culture. Modernized here in the U.S., campers now can enjoy a cabin-like habitat that sleeps up to 5 people. Each has a double bed with a bunk above and one set of bunk beds. Electricity is provided to the Yurt. Water is at the site. Bed linens are not provided and they do not have kitchen or bathroom facilities. With large windows, cream colored interiors and skylight domes they are light and cozy.


Sib Camp - Aug 10-13 & Aug 13-16 

Sib Camp   August 10-13 and 13-16 - ages 9-16 - This is the ultimate adventure.  4 days, 3 nights in Door County hiking, biking and camping.  Guided by experienced Door County Adventure Center staff certified in education, ropes course, kayak, lifeguard, CPR and first aid.  Siblings get to kick back and experience the freedom and thrill of adventure while sharing a great time with other sibs who "get it".  

Two sessions offered this year
Ages 9-11  Wagon Trail, Door County (bed sleeping in yurts)  August 10-13 $375/camper
Ages 12-16 Newport Park, Door County (sleeping in tents)   August 13-16 $325/camper

REGISTER NOW! Enrollment forms, permission and health/medical forms and liability release will be mailed to you.  All forms must be completed before camper is allowed to participate.

Items to Pack
Our camps are designed to engage youth in the wonderful world of the great outdoors! Much of our experience will occur outdoors rain or shine (we will adjust accordingly if weather conditions are unsafe) and we will be active!  Sib Campers should bring:

  • Small pillow and bed linens, towel/wash cloth
  • Flashlight/headlamp w/extra batteries in a Ziploc baggie
  • Appropriate clothing (roll clothes or pack in baggies to conserve space)
  • 2 pairs of shoes – one for hiking/biking, one to wear around camp
  • 1 pair of water shoes/sandals (optional)
  • Shorts, t-shirts for summer day wear
  • 2 sets of warm clothes
  • Long pants
  • Sweatshirt or jacket
  • Rain gear (VERY important!)
  • Underclothing (enough for 4 days/3 nights – don’t overpack)
  • Socks
  • Basic toiletries (there are showers & outhouses)
  • Swim suit & towel
  • Insect repellent, sunscreen, medicines
  • Sunglasses
  • 2 water bottles
  • Bicycle (trail and road worthy)
  • Bicycle helmet
  • A family memento to share with the group
  • PLEASE – NO ELECTRONICS!  Encourage your camper to be away from phones. IPods & cameras are okay but are the responsibility of each camper, not the counselors.

Door County Adventure Center will provide:

  • Sleeping Bag**
  • Daypack**
  • Cooking utensils
  • Food
  • Great counselors!!!!

 **If you have your own, bring them along.  Camelbaks with water bladders are perfect!

REGISTER NOW! Enrollment forms, permission and health/medical forms and liability release will be mailed to you.  All forms must be completed before camper is allowed to participate.