Spring Newsletter from Bear Lake

And so… let’s officially start the countdown to Camp Wigwam 2023, our 113th consecutive season!   Many locations around the US are beginning to see real signs of spring . Bob and Jane were in Seattle last week, meeting their new granddaughter (Ruby Julia Strauss 2/11/23), and noticed beautiful purple and white crocus’s peeking out of the […]

Update: Wigwam “Snow Bank” Guesses

Well… as you can see by the attached pictures, Spring has not exactly arrived on the shores of Bear Lake. The snow bank that was photographed in January (you still have time to guess when that baby will melt… just e-mail neal@campwigwam.com) has not diminished in the slightest, and has actually grown. We expect another […]

Triple Your Impact x3!

Triple Your Impact X3! Wigwam Campership Fund Camp Wigwam has been changing lives and shaping young men for 113 years now. No doubt as alumni, you have all experienced the benefits our community provides; personal growth, self-confidence, independence, leadership, and life-long friendships, to name just a few. Hopefully you also support our belief that all […]

Wigwam Campership Fund

The Camp Wigwam Campership fund strives to provide the benefits of a camp experience to a broader spectrum of campers from diverse geographic, ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic backgrounds. The fund, hosted by Ubuntu Camp Connections, sprouted from a third-generation Wigwam family, Joe (2014-present), Dan (’81-’86), and Moe Finkelstein (’54-’59). Through Ubuntu Camp Connections alumni can […]

“Camp Fire Days” Wigwam event in Tampa, Florida!

Wigwam spirit will be on full display as we swap stories, share laughs, and create new memories at the winter reunion. This is a great opportunity to bring a friend and share the magic of Wigwam. All generations are welcome at this assembly of past, present, and future ‘Wammers   “Camp Fire Days” Wigwam event […]