Pioneer Life Day Camp

The Pioneer Camp experience introduces children to daily life in Northwest Wisconsin in the late 1800’s. Campers will feed the chickens, water the garden, wash clothes with a wash board, attend a one-room school, make ice cream with a hand-cranked churn, weave a basket, pump water from the well, and more.

The Pioneer Village is holding three Summer Day Camps this year.

Pioneer Life: June 16 – 18.
Civil War Soldier: July 15 – 17
Frontier Life: July 29 – July 31

  • Ages: 8 to 13

  • Time: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

  • Late pick-up (until 5 pm): $10/day.

  • Cost: $85 ($75 for children or grandchildren of members)

  • Location: Pioneer Village. 1866 13 ½ - 14 th Ave., Cameron, WI

  • Bring a Bag Lunch and Water Bottle: Snacks provided

  • Space is limited

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No pets are allowed on the Museum grounds, with the exception of service animals.

We are a member of Blue Star Museums. Go to www.arts.gov/bluestarmuseums for more information.

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