Camp Tuckabatchee wakes up the whole child. We seek to develop the whole child: body, mind, emotions, imagination, intuition, will, and self.
Camper's have the opportunity to try new things and make new friends.
Camp Tuckabatchee provides an environment free of technology. Campers interact with staff and other campers and enjoy the opportunity of a break from screen time.
The camp is nestled in a beautiful valley surrounded by 210 acres of wooded hills and trails.
Housing for overnight programs is rustic cabins that sleep 6-8 campers and staff. Cots and mattresses are provided. Cement bathhouses with flush toilets, grand dining hall for all your meals, afternoon
and evening snacks.
Camp Tuckabatchee provides a safe, secure, environment where each individual can develop an understanding of and an appreciation for nature. We are constantly striving to keep our facilities and programs current while maintaining strong traditional ties to the past.
Camper fees vary depending on the session.
Deposits hold your place at camp and are deducted from your camp fee. Deposits are non-refundable.
A confirmation letter and supply list will be sent upon receipt of the deposit.
June 26 -July 2 / July 10 -16 $525.00
Must be 14 years old to apply. Applications are available from the camp office and an interview is required. Leadership program working with younger campers, helping out in all areas of the camp program. Many CITs move on to be excellent camp staff. Two-week program.
Tent living, an overnight canoe trip on the Fox River, hiking local state park, archery, swimming, horseback riding, crafts, and group games.
Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm
$60.00 per day
June 27- July 1
Day campers will spend their days outside playing group games, hiking, fishing, creek play, making crafts, swimming, lunch, and snacks are provided . Indoor rainy day activities are always available in the lodge.
Mini Camp June 13 - 15 Monday I0 am - Wednesday 10 am
Mini Camp June 15 - 17 Wednesday 11 am - Friday 10 am
Mini Camp July 6 - 8 Wednesday10 am - Friday 10 am
June 26 - July 2
July 10 - July 16
July 17 - July 23
Campers check-in at 2 pm on Sunday and check out at 9 am on Saturday. Campers will move around camp as a cabin group and will participate in the activities offered each day as a group.
In-ground swimming pool, canoeing on the Fox River, fishing and tubing, creek walking on Crooked Leg and Indian Creeks, hiking 210 acres of wooded trails, outdoor cooking of some meals and snacks, archery at our archery range, crafts, and games.
All Camp Evening Programs:
Skits & talent, Tuck Olympics, color wars (group game), water night, mudnight, opening, and closing ceremony.