Burlington, WI Summer Camps

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Ymca Camp Mac Lean
Burlington, WI 53105  

Increase self-esteem, learn new skills, have fun, cabin group emphasis. High return rate of campers & staff....

Camp Type:
Day Camp|Residential Camp
Activities:
Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Kayaking, Leadership Development, Sailing, Soccer, Recreational Swimming, Wind Surfing, Aquatic Activities, Baseball/Softball, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor Training (CIT), Drama, Fishing, Horseback Riding (Western), Nature/Environmental Studies, Team Building, Travel/Tour
Gender:
Coed
 
 
Sun Ray Hills
Burlington, WI  
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Activities:
Traditional Camps
Gender:
Coed
 

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About Burlington, WI

Burlington is a city in Racine and Walworth counties in the U.S. state of Wisconsin, with the majority of the city located in Racine County. The population was 10,421 at the 2009 census. Prior to the arrival of Europeans in the area, Native American mounds were constructed in what is now Burlington. Although around 1830 a small Potawatomi village stood in what is now the Town of Burlington, there was no Native American settlement in the area encompassed by the present city. The earliest certain European presence in what is now Burlington was in the fall of 1799, when a group of French explorers and missionaries, led by Francis Morgan de Vereceones, made a portage from the Root River to the Fox River, reaching the Fox at about Burlington's present location. The earliest European settlers in Burlington were four men: Moses and Lemuel Smith, the sons of a Revolutionary War veteran, Benjamin Perce, and William Whiting, all of whom arrived on December 27 or December 28, 1835 and built a cabin; Moses Smith and Whiting had been in the area previously, making a so-called "jackknife claim" , on December 15, 1835. Other settlers arrived in the spring and summer of 1836, mostly from New England; they named their settlement Foxville. In 1836, the residents of what was then known as...