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Pioneer Village Day Camps

Would you like your kids to experience life as it used to be? Sign them up for one of our Day Camps (listed below) so they can learn the ways of the past in a fun and interesting way! 

Camps can fill quickly so fill out a separate form for each camper and send the registration material along with the class fee to reserve your child/children's spot. In the event a summer camp does not meet minimum required registration, your registration fee will be returned.

Cost is $85 for each child per camp. Camps run from 9 AM to 4 PM.

  ($75 for children or grandchildren of members of the Barron County Historical Society).

Each child should bring a sack lunch, water bottle and sun screen (opt).

Please call for more information and registration: 715-458-2080.


  • A limited number of scholarships are available for campers with limited financial means. 

  • 8:00am drop off or 5:00pm pickup is available for an extra $10

Pioneer Life​

Introduces children to daily life in NW Wisconsin in the late 1800’s.​


  • feed the chickens

  • pump water from the well to water the garden and wash clothes with a wash board

  • attend a one-room school

  • make ice cream with a hand-cranked churn

  • weave a basket

July 9-11, 2024

August 6-8, 2024

This 3-day camp is for ages 7 to 13.

Native American Heritage​

Explore the history/culture of Native Americans in northwest Wisconsin from the 1800's to today.


  • traditional games

  • foods and cooking over a fire

  • drumming

  • dancing

  • crafts.

June 12-14, 2024 

​This 3-day camp is for ages 7 to 15.

Frontier Life Camp

Introduces children to daily life on the frontier.

  • learn about survival skills from the frontier

  • how to basic shelter was created

  • get to experience the tools of frontier life.

This camp overlaps the Rendezvous Event and gives campers a chance to meet and learn from frontier

July 24-26, 2024

​This 3-day camp is for ages 7 to 13.

Theater Camp

This camp experience introduces children to fun of acting.
Campers learn:

  • how to audition & be cast in a roles

  • about voice projection

  • nonverbal communication & improvisation

  • techniques for line memorization

  • stage directions/blocking

  • have fun and bring a show to life

August 20-22, 2024

​This 3-day camp is for ages 7 to 13.

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