Saturday, May 23, 2009

Are Anokijig's Family Camps Too Good To Be True?

Last night, Milwaukee's TMJ4 did a feature on affordable family vacations, highlighting Camp Anokijig's family weekend camps. In case you missed it, you can see all of it here-
In the story, they claimed a family of four could enjoy a weekend at Anokijig for about $325. Is that accurate or is it too good to be true? The truth is, a family of four can enjoy a weekend at Anokijig for even less than that and that includes all of your meals!
Rates for our Fall Colors weekend start at just $84 for campers 13 & older, $79 for campers 4-12 years old and campers under 3 years old are always free. Program Director, Darin Holden, describes Anokijig family camps as "a rustic camping version of an all-inclusive resort." All meals are served buffet-style in beautiful Western Lodge and campers are always welcome to come back for seconds (and even thirds).
There are no fees of any kind for our waterfront area, so campers don't have to worry about getting a sailboat or paddleboat back within an hour or risk incurring additional charges. Our archery and pellet gun range are also free of charge and if kids want to spend all afternoon shooting at targets, they're more than welcome to do so.
Our arts & crafts area does charge nominal fees to cover the cost of the supplies of some crafts, but a family of four can spend hours painting in the arts & crafts building, without spending a dime. Our horse rides also have nominal fees attached to them, but Anokijig's private trail system is second to none in the area and our rates (like everything else at Anokijig) are very reasonable.
For more information on our family camping weekends, please visit our website-
If you're not sure about committing to an entire weekend, come on up for the day and check us out! Our Taste of the Outdoors Country Breakfast & Family Fun Day is coming up May 30th & 31st. It's an all-you-can-eat extravaganza and all the program areas will be open as well. You can get all the information you need on Anokijig's Taste of the Outdoors here-
Thank you TMJ4 for visiting us and we hope to see you all soon!

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