Adventure Biking Kid Camp TBD 2020 2 -3 sessions will be open

Jun 24, 2019 to Jun 28, 2019


Kids looking for a fun & exciting adventure?  

Join Brooks Adventures for a week of biking, swimming, playing and fun at Silver Lake Park in Salem, WI.

  • This is for kids ages 6-14.
  • Camp will run from 9am - 4pm Monday - Friday 

What is on the agenda? 

  • Biking - best practices, skills, riding, trail education, maintenance and more
  • Swimming at SLP
  • Games on and off the bike.

What's Needed to Participate?


What you need to participate each day: 

  • A working bicycle with good brakes, tires, gears, and pedals.
  • A helmet
  • A change of clothes for inclement weather
  • A daily lunch & water & snacks
  • A swimming suit
  • A towel
  • A great attitude
  • Bug Spray
  • Sunscreen
  • A hat
  • Money for concessions at the beach

Need a bike?  We have fat bikes to use.  $100 for the week. 



Pick 2-5 days (must include Monday or Tuesday)

  • $125 per day - Monday - Friday
  • $550 for 5 weekdays 

We will run the camp with a minimum of 3 kids and a maximum of 10. 

Brooks Adventures is insured and certified. Please contact Angela with questions at 224-475-2202.  

The register here link will take you to our registration.  You will need the waivers below.

Register Here

Why this will be fun!

We are planning so much fun stuff for the kids.  We know they will have a great time.  

Here are a couple things about Matt and Angela.  

Matt is a 4th grade teacher.  He knows kids!  He has been teaching for over 20 years. 

He has a knack for helping kids understand how things work and how to get stuff done. In his 20s he worked for a day camp and loved playing with the kids outdoors.  

Angela was a teacher before kids and worked at a summer camp in Lake Forest, IL for 5 years in the 90’s and early 2000’s.  Somehow she fell into the roll of mountain bike lead and would take a dozen kids on rides on the Des Plains River trail for hours every day.  (that’s how her mountain bike passion began). She was a counselor to the 6th grade girls and helped the camp design their arts and crafts curriculum.  

We will have each day scheduled to maximize fun.  Although we hope for no rain those days sometimes we may have to play in the rain so be sure to check the weather as we get closer.  We will be. 

Your kids can expect to ride bikes, swim at the beach (weather permitting), do crafts, hike and explore the woods, play games, learn about biking, maintenance and trail etiquette, and maybe even help clean up the trails a little bit.