St. Michael’s Summer Camp, “Where All Boys Have Fun!” ®


St. Michael’s Summer Camp is a day and night resident camp for boys, ages 7-12. It has been in operation since 1962 and is accredited by the American Camping Association. Sessions are one week long, from Sunday afternoon to Saturday afternoon, extending from early July to early August.


Operated by the priests and seminarians of St. Michael’s Abbey, the camp offers good, wholesome fun in a safe environment, as well as instruction in the Catholic faith and participation in the sacraments.

With a wide variety of activities, ranging from classic team sports to tarantula hunting to epic battles that determine the fate of the entire universe, St. Michael’s Summer Camp is truly “Where All Boys Have Fun!”®  To see just a few of these activities, view the activities page.

Upon their arrival on Sunday afternoon, the campers are divided into councils of 6-8 boys per counselor. The campers are always supervised. Even at night, two staff members are present in every dorm. Sleeping arrangements consist of three bunkrooms and one large military tent, each sleeping 3-6 councils.

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While no two days are alike at St. Michael’s Summer Camp, a typical day goes something like this:

  6:30 AM
  7:00 AM
  7:45 AM
  8:00 AM
  8:45 AM
  9:00 AM
11:50 AM
12:35 PM
  2:00 PM
  4:45 PM
  5:30 PM
  6:05 PM
  7:00 PM
  8:00 PM
  9:30 PM

Holy Mass
Flag Salute and Morning Exercises
“Bunk Inspection”
Various Activities
“Rest Lodge”
Various Activities
Flag Salute, Supper
All-Camp Evening Activity



There are modifications to the schedule on the days of the Big Hike, Water Warz, etc.


» Summer Camp Activities