Covid 19 has forced Star Lake Camp to cancel all 2020 summer camps.

Even dishes are Fun at Star Lake Camp


Star Lake Wilderness Camp is situated on 420 acres of land thirty minutes north of Brainerd, Minnesota. Four beautiful lakes adjoin the camp, including one lake that is completely surrounded by the property. There is a natural bog that has always been a favorite for kids who have never experienced this floating nature.


The sheer acreage of the property lends to a sense of isolation from the everyday sounds and distractions of a child’s everyday life. Showing kids a whole new side of life, the natural one is one of the greatest benefits of Star Lake Wilderness Camp.


One of the hallmarks of Star Lake Wilderness Camp is the long white sand beach leading into a crystal clear lake. We are a part of the Mississippi River headwaters. We swim, canoe, kayak, tube and enjoy the warm summer sun at daily beach time. Solar showers provide a place to soap down without using fossil fuels. A 24’ voyageur canoe allows for whole groups to explore the water lilies and find the baby loons.


We say that the campers are in the woods. This means they sleep in tents. Build fires to cook their food. Carry water from convenient water spigots. Build tables and benches from sticks and longs to make a temporary home for their small group of adventurers. When you look out your tent at a 150 year old pine tree and the morning fog is still on the lake, campers have a good opportunity to have life changing experiences.

Contact Star Lake Wilderness Camp

Summer Address:  10992 Star Lake Camp Dr., Pequot Lakes, MN 56472

Off Season Address:  1671 Blair Ave, St Paul, MN 55104

Phone:  651-263-0578