In Wisconsin, Camp Wandawega has hosted corporate retreats for clients such as Facebook and Anthroplogie. Typically, retreats last two nights and accommodate as many as 50 guests; the camp can also hold 125 guests for just daytime activities. Those activities include nostalgic camp classics, such as archery, swimming, canoeing, campfires, volleyball, and fishing. There is no food service on site, so most hosts opt to bring in their own catering, and staffers can recommend local vendors for fish fries and pig roasts. The camp requires all guests to read its "Manifesto of Low Expectations" before a visit. "We make sure they're prepared for the no-frills, back-to-basics nature of Camp Wandawega," says a rep. "That's a big part of it's charm, but it's not for everyone."
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