Camp Michael Picture Page!
2015 Wilderness Adventures
Nothing like a traditional campfire at the end of the day. But, Camp Michael's Wilderness Adventures are much more than campfires and marshmellows!
Wilderness Adventures is a place to learn new skills...
... and make new friends
Wilderness Adventures is a place to learn about traditions (Flag Raising Ceremony)
...and a place to win confidence and awards (2015 Most Improved Archery Award winner)
Most of all, Wilderness Adventures is a place to have fun! (look at that intensity!)
But beware, whether you are a holahoop master....
...or SheRa the Tomahawk Thrower...
...there are no gimmies in tennis ball golf....
...or cardboard canoes.
Around the camp fall 2012
A view of our entrance from Shupp Road
A view of the Sandusky River from Shupp Road
The Sandusky River runs through the camp
Small feeder stream and hills create beautiful scenery
Not only awesome scenery, but the hills overlooking the river make for excellent wildlife observation
The trails which wind throughout the camp are maintained for safety and aesthetic value
Our pond (which can be used for educational activities) under brilliant fall foliage
Camp Micheal offers wilderness campsites second to none
Our campsites are maintained to ensure safety and a pleasant outdoor experience
Our archery range. Archery clubs set up special events throughout the trails of the camp
Our amphitheater is a beautiful area for outdoor weddings
The challenge course is available 365 days a year
Pavilion is available for outdoor meetings and dining
Faulkner Lodge seats 30 for sit-down meals.
Tschanen Lodge seats up to 150 comfortably
Wildlife and wildflowers spring 2013
Beautiful primitive campsites
Campsites in a setting of mature hardwoods
Our trails are maintained spring, summer, and fall
A beautiful spring day to walk along the Sandusky River
Scenic Sandusky River
Several wildlife observation stations are placed throughout the camp
Birds of all shapes and sizes along with other wildlife species
Our new shooting range
We regularly host concealed carry classes at the camp
Our range is not open to the public, but is available for special events with proper supervision
There are many scenic areas for photography or wildlife observation around the camp
Spring flowers abound throughout the camp. This is the common white trillium (Trillium grandiflorum) and Wild Geranium in the background (Geranium maculatum)
Beth Root trillium (Trillium erectum )
Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis)
Ramps (Allium tricoccum)
Dogtooth Violets (Erythronium)