Camp Life

While Interlochen Arts Camp students spend most of their days in classes and rehearsals, you'll still find plenty of time for fun and friendship.

A group of boys near a lake

Daily Camp Life

Each week, you'll enjoy a busy schedule of enriching classes, challenging rehearsals, and phenomenal performances. During your free time, you can make crafts, go for a swim, read a book, play games with your cabin-mates, join a pick-up basketball game, or just get in a few hours of extra practice. You can also participate in field trips to local hot spots like Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore for canoeing, swimming, or dune-climbing.

While on campus, you'll live in a division with other students your age. Learn more about Camp Life in the three age divisions:

Housing & Dining

Campers live in one of the more than 120 cabins that dot our 1,200-acre campus. Each day, you'll experience the beauty of northern Michigan as you walk to one of our three dining halls, take a dip in one of our two lakes, or watch a performance in one of our open-air venues.

Learn more about Camp housing and dining