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Weddings, Retreats, and Reunions

Say "I do", get the gang together, or host a corporate retreat at a place that celebrates Wisconsin's beautiful outdoors and provides all the modern amenities. 

 

For more information on renting the facility, contact:
Brad Henderson
Facilities Manager
715-214-7244  

bhenderson@wisconsinfarmersunion.com

WFU Kamp Kenwood sits on 23 pristine acres of forested land punctuated by beautiful Lake Wissota, making it the ideal spot for events of all kinds, from large to intimate.

Volunteer at WFU Kamp Kenwood!

WFU Kamp Kenwood has been influential in many people’s lives, and there are many ways that we could use your help to keep moving forward!

WFU Kamp Kenwood is seeking coordinators to volunteer for the following positions:

Outdoor Enhancement Coordinator

Will direct the planting of flowers and shrubs to improve the aesthetics of our camp. Examples—placing plants along the signs at camp, painting the benches and tables in use.

Indoor Improvements Coordinator

Will identify improvements for the indoor spaces including youth cabins and the staff cabin. Example—new curtains for windows, painting walls, improving usefulness/aesthetics of our restrooms (shelving/hooks and pictures).

Waterfront Oversight Coordinator

Will help make improvements to stabilize docks and establish access points to the water. Will also help coordinate dock placement and removal. Help map the location of fishing access points and trails along the waterfront.

Woodland Management Coordinator

Will help cut and split trees on our 23 acres for burning in our fireplaces and outdoor fire pits. Maintain the structure of our four fire pits including rock placement around the rings.

Coordinator positions can be one or two year commitments, depending on your interest. Resources and materials such as plants, fabric, and wood splitting tools will be provided by Wisconsin Farmers Union. The coordinator will work under the direction of the facilities manager, who will help identify additional volunteers for projects.

For more information on volunteering, please contact Brad Henderson at 715-214-7244 or email Brad at

bhenderson@wisconsinfarmersunion.com

About the Facility

 

Located just north of Eau Claire, Wisconsin on the shores of Lake Wissota, WFU Kamp Kenwood is primarily a summer camp for youth. Our buildings and grounds are constructed and maintained to provide accommodations for 12 counseling staff and up to 80 children during 8, weeklong camp sessions each summer. Additional uses of the camp such as family reunions, graduation and retirement parties and weddings help offset the cost to campers and provide Wisconsin Farmers Union an opportunity to share this unique property. Weekend rentals start Friday afternoon and run until Sunday morning. Our facility is best suited for between 175 and 200 guests.

Amenities
Enjoy modern amenities including:

  • Fully-Equipped Kitchen

  • On-Site Showers and Restrooms

  • Sandy Beach with Four Docks

  • Four Fire Rings

  • Hiking Trails

  • Basketball Court

  • Sand Volleyball Court


Main Lodge

Best suited for between 175 and 200 people. 

Featuring a knotty pine interior with gorgeous vaulted ceiling, huge fieldstone fireplace, restrooms, and complete kitchen facilities, the lodge is perfect for meetings, weddings, receptions, dances, dinners, and more. Handicapped accessible.



Staff Cabin
Accommodates 12 people.
The staff cabin is available for rental year-round and comfortably sleeps up to twelve guests. The staff cabin features a large stone fireplace, full kitchen, and two bathrooms.

Bunk Cabins
Four cabins, accommodates 80 people (20 each).
Rustic bunk bed lodging with electricity, bathrooms, and showers is available.

Classrooms
Three rooms, accommodates 60 people.
Three adjoining meeting rooms, each with space for theatre-style seating for 20 people, are perfect for your corporate and business events.

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117 W Spring St.

Chippewa Falls, WI 54729

info@wisconsinfarmersunion.com

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