Families and Friends

  • Camp Sinawa is available for rent year round!  The cabins can be heated in the colder months.
  • The cabins have electricity, but not plumbing except for the dormitory. 
  • They have bunks built into the walls with mattresses.  You’ll need to bring your own bedding. 
  • There are tables, chairs and fans in the cabins.  
  •  You can see pictures and descriptions of the cabins here https://campsinawa.com/photos/ 
  • The costs of the cabin rentals are as follows…
    • $40 per night for a 2 person cabin
    • $50 per night for a 4 person cabin
    • $75 per night for 6 person cabin
    • $100 per night for 10 person cabin
    • $350 per night for the 24 person dormitory that has bathrooms, showers and a kitchen stocked with dishes and cooking utensils
    • $1000 per night for a full camp rental which includes 80 beds in 12 cabins and the dorm, Fogel Hall, water front and the upper meadow.
      • In the colder months, one cabin with 4 beds does not have heat so the rental includes 76 beds 
      • If your group is larger, please call to discuss options.  
  • A deposit will be required for reservations.  The amount will be put toward your toward your total due at the time of your reservation.  It will be refunded if you cancel your reservation more than 90 days ahead of time. The reservation deposit amounts are as follows…
    • $10 per night for a 2 person cabin
    • $10 per night for a 4 person cabin
    • $15 per night for 6 person cabin
    • $30 per night for 10 person cabin
    • $75 per night for the dorm
    • $150 per night for the entire camp
  • There is a two night minimum rental policy.
  • Your reservation is not secure or complete until your deposit and signed waiver have been received.  
  • The remaining amount will be due upon check in. 
  • You may check in after 4 p.m.  Please be ready for check out by 11:00 a.m.  If we can be flexible, we will.  Please call, text or email to discuss if these times don’t work for your group. 
  • You’ll have access to a community kitchen that includes refrigerators, freezers, gas stoves, ovens, toaster, coffee pots, microwave and an ice machine. There are dishes, utensils and cookware available for your use in the kitchen.  We expect to find them put away and organized when you check out. 
  • There is a shower house with separate sides for men and women.  There are flushing toilets.  
  • There are cleaning supplies available in both the shower house and lodge and we ask that every family cooperate with the others to be sure that the facilities are left at least as clean as you when you arrive.  There are garbage bags to replace when you take out your trash and recycling at the end of your stay.
  • The lodge is approximately 3,000 square feet and has folding tables, chairs and benches that you can set up in any configuration that works best for you.  We do ask that they be set back up the way they were upon your arrival before you depart. The lodge also has indoor and outdoor games including ping pong, foosball, bag toss, board games and more.
  • There is a coin operated wash machine and dryer available for your use.
  • There are canoes and kayaks available for your use.  There is a public boat launch just down the road if you have your own boat that you’d like to bring.  We provide and require life jackets to be worn in any boating activities. Please visit https://dnr.wi.gov/lakes/lakepages/LakeDetail to learn more about Pigeon Lake and the DNR ordinances for it.  There is a large pier to enjoy, but not a sandy beach area.
  • There are fire pits throughout camp..  Firewood is available for purchase here.  Please do not bring your own firewood. Visit https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/forestfire/restrictions.html before your visit to see if there are any burning restrictions for fire safety.
  • We have a few grates to put over your campfire to cook on, but we do not provide grills.  Either plan to cook over the fire, in the kitchen or bring a grill.  
  • There are 200 wooded acres on the other side of Sinawa Road that you are welcome to hike through but PLEASE NOTE: Lands enrolled under Managed Forest Law as “open” to public access allow for hunting, fishing, hiking, sight-seeing and cross-country skiing.  Camping and operating motorized vehicles are only allowed with permission from the ranger. It is your responsibility to be aware of hunting season dates and be cautious hiking in land that is open to hunters.  Here is a link to the DNR website with the different seasons for all of the different categories. https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/hunt/dates.html
  • You are welcome to bring bicycles.
  • Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a leash and you will be expected to pick up after them.  Any damage to the cabins will be charged to you. They are not allowed in the shower house or lodge.
  • We have some great Camp Sinawa logo merchandise for sale.  Come prepared to purchase a few fun things!
  • Please plan on spending a few minutes doing a walk through when you check out to ensure that camp is cleaned up and ready for the next guests.
  • If you fall in love with Camp Sinawa and would like to be more involved, please consider joining the Friends of Sinawa group.  They help support camp through fundraising, volunteering and planning activities. To learn more, pick up one of their newsletters that you’ll find in the lodge at camp.
  • Please contact us to find available dates that work for you to come enjoy this beautiful land.  After that, please read the camp rules and the waterfront rules and then sign the cabin rental waiver and mail it in with your deposit to…

Camp Sinawa

9113 Sinawa Road

Valders, WI 54245