Celebrating 100 Years


Join us to reconnect with old friends and celebrate Red Arrow Camp's rich history

PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO THE COVID PANDEMIC, THE REUNION HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO AUGUST 11-14, 2022

100 years ago, Clarence Razz Rasmussen had an idea for a boys camp in the Northwoods.  Thanks to his vision, countless boys over multiple generations have had the privilege of experiencing a magical summer on the shores of Trout Lake.  We hope you will join us in August of 2020 to celebrate 100 years of friendship, fellowship and fun.  

Location

3980 Day Lake Road


Date & Time

August 11, 2022, 12:00 PM - August 14, 2022 - 12:00 PM

Schedule

A variety of events are scheduled for Thursday through Sunday.  

Thursday
August 11th

6:30 pm

Social Outing - Trout Lake Golf Course (adults only)

For those of you able to arrive on Thursday, join us at the Trout Lake Golf Course for fellowship and fun.  This event requires a separate ticket which includes light dinner and open bar (beer and wine).  

Friday
August 12th
8:00 - 4:00

Special Friday Events

-All day canoe trip on the Flambeau, led by Andrew Coughnour and Ian Dethloff.  This event is limited to 24 alumni, by pre-registration only

-Golf event at the Trout Lake CC.  This event is led by Carl Meyer and is limited to 44 alumni, family and friends, by pre-registration only

Friday
August 12th
1:00 - 5:00

Family Friendly Events at Camp (all ages)

-Select land and water activities for families, including swimming, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, tennis and basketball

-Float boat rides

-Canoeing down the Trout River for all ages

n.b. lunch will not be provided at camp on Friday but you are welcome to bring your own picnic

Friday
August 12th
6:00 - 7:30 

Cookout

(All children <18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian)

All are invited for a cookout on the lakefront


Friday
August 12th
8:00-8:45

Songfest

(All children <18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian)

All are invited for a songfest around the bonfire at the circle, hosted by none other than Fred Albright, PhD.  


Friday
August 12th
8:45 - 9:30

Fireworks

(All children <18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian)

All are invited for a class RAC fireworks display at sunset


Friday
August 12th
9:30 - midnight

Party with the Marvins

All adults are invited to hang out after fireworks below the Chateau for music and dancing with the Marvins


Saturday
August 13th
8:00 - 9:00

Breakfast (Alumni Only 18+)

An RAC lazy breakfast will be provided for alumni bunking at camp before starting your busy day of activities

Saturday
August 13th
9:00 - 12:00

Camp Activities (Alumni Only 18+)

Join us for flag raising at 9:00 followed by land and water optional activities.  All activities will be open but horseback riding, water skiing, ropes course and trap shooting will require preregistration.  


Saturday
August 13th
12:00 - 1:00

Lunch (Alumni Only 18+)

Join us for a camp lunch in the Mess Hall


Saturday
August 13th
1:00 - 4:00

Camp Activities (Alumni Only 18+)

All land and water activities will remain open in the afternoon. 


Saturday
August 13th
5:30 - 6:30

Cocktail Reception (Alumni Only 18+)

Join us for a cocktail reception sponsored by the RAC Foundation.  


Saturday
August 13th
6:30 - 8:00

Banquet (Alumni Only 18+)

Join us in the Mess and Rec Halls for a traditional RAC Banquet.  The meal will include lasagna, caesar salad and garlic bread.  Wine will be served.  


Saturday
August 13th
8:30 - Dawn

After Dinner Activities (Alumni Only 18+)

After dinner we will gather outside the Rec Hall for a celebration of RAC's first 100 years including a slideshow and video.  There will also be a silent auction

Sunday
August 14th

9:00 - 11:00

Chapel Service (All ages)

Join us between 9-10 for a light breakfast followed by 10:00 chapel service on the quad.  


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Lodging

We are expecting a very large turnout for the reunion and anticipate that lodging will fill up quickly.  You are encouraged to book your reservation as early as possible.  

Lodging Options

BUNK AT CAMP

A limited number of reservations are available to bunk at camp.  This option is only available for RAC alumni (no families, spouses or significant others).  You are responsible for providing your own linens, pillows, towel, etc.  Reserve your space by purchasing a "Stay at Camp" ticket during the checkout process.  


PITCH A TENT

We cannot allow people to pitch a tent at camp, but there are plenty of campsites in Vilas Country available for reservation

Vilas County Camping Information


LODGING IN TOWN

Please follow the links below for lodging options in nearby towns.  

Towns are listed in order of convenience from camp.  


BOULDER JUNCTION

Boulder Junction Local Accommodations

VRBO Listings


MANITOWISH WATERS

Manitowish Waters Local Accommodations

VRBO Listings

Bear Lodge (Winchester)


MINOCQUA

Minocqua Local Accommodations

VRBO Listings


SAYNER-STAR LAKE

Sayner-Star Lake Local Accommodations

Froelich's Sayner Lodge


ST. GERMAIN
St German Local Accommodations






Contact Us

Contact Tim, Sue, Kip & Marilyn at 

[email protected]


Join us August 6-9th 2020

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