waterCrafts

Camp Batawagama has more than seventy aquatic crafts. Each cabin is scheduled for at least one or two lessons in using rowboats, canoes or kayaks, depending on age and ability levels. Many cabins use watercrafts to get to their camping sites on local rivers and lakes. Younger cabins often travel to their overnight sites on Indian Lake in row boats. Older cabins often go by kayaks or canoes to the camping sites on area lakes and rivers. The oldest and most experienced campers often have the opportunity to have a Lake Superior trip. Great emphasis is put on teaching the proper use of individual watercraft and safety. Skills learned go beyond the summer camp adventure and often become lifelong passions and pursuits.

Enjoy time at the lake!

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Pentoga Park Iron County Sign
Pentoga Park Picnic Area
Pentoga Park
Pentoga Park Iron County Sign
Pentoga Park Iron County Sign
Pentoga Park Iron County Sign
Pentoga Park Campground Map
Pentoga Park Sand Volleyball
Pentoga Park lakeview
Ojibwa Indian Burial Grounds
Ojibwa Indian Burial Grounds
Ojibwa Indian Burial Grounds
Pentoga Park
Pentoga Park lakeview
Pentoga Park
Pentoga Park
Pentoga Park