NPMAS 2023 annual Camp Winter Weekend
When: Friday - Sunday January 20-22 at 4pm - 1pm
Where: YMCA Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya.
Located on Chute Pond, just south of Mountain, WI.
12101 Y Camp Road, Suring, WI 54174
$45.00 per adult and children 15 years age and under are $30.00 each.
Please send your payment to:
1418 Chicago St.
Green Bay, WI 54301
Please provide names and ages of all attending adults and children.
NPMAS Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya Winter Weekend! Please join us on Friday, January 20th thru Sunday, January 22nd, 2023 at YMCA Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya. The Camp is at 12101 Y Camp Road, Suring, WI (715-276-7116) and is located on Chute Pond, just south of Mountain, WI. Arrival time on Friday is 4:00 pm and checkout time on Sunday is 1:00 pm.
This annual adventure includes cross country skiing on over seven miles of trails in and around the Nicolet National Forest, snow shoeing, ice skating, broomball on the ice rink, ice fishing, snow tubing/sledding, wood sauna on the lake, and relaxing by a warm fireplace with your NPMAS friends. The Camp has a big supply of cross country skis with poles, ski boots, ice skates, and snow shoes, all free of charge! You can choose to do as much or as little as you like.
More good news! The cost this year: Only $45.00 per adult and children 15 and under are only $30.00 each. Included in this cost are your two nights lodging for the weekend, two free meals, and access to all camp facilities, equipment, and activities. Usually the majority of our group will travel to a local restaurant and eat together on Friday night. The club will provide a free breakfast (pancakes, sausages, etc.) Saturday morning and a free supper (TBD) on Saturday night!
We have reserved cabin #9 which we have had for a number of years prior to last year. It sleeps 24 people and has a furnace and fireplace. The bunks have mattresses only, so bring your own sleeping bags and linens. Parking is available right next to the cabin. Here is a link to a virtual tour of the entire camp including Cabin #9 (It is at the extreme lower right on the map):
What to bring: Sleeping bags, pillows, warm clothes, swimsuit (for the sauna), towel, toiletries, white flashlight, red flashlight for observing area, outdoor equipment, reading material, snacks, drinks (other than coffee and hot chocolate which will be provided for you), observing equipment, telescope or binoculars, board games, cards etc. The skies are among the darkest in Wisconsin so bring your telescopes along and brave the frozen lake.
Tubing down the sled hill
This is always a really fun time so if you’ve never gone before give it a try! We look forward to you coming along and making the NPMAS Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya Winter Weekend a weekend to remember!