Your son’s summer just got a lot better.

Operated each year by the Subiaco Alumni Association, Camp Subiaco is summer camp for young men ages 9-13.

Beginning in 1941, Camp Subiaco began as a two weeks of “boy style” fun, such as fishing, camping, hiking, exploring, and sports. The scenic mountains, beautiful woods, and sparkling lakes surrounding the campus of Subiaco Abbey and Academy are part of the advantage Camp Subiaco has for creating outdoor adventures like no other. Today campers enjoy a typical day of hiking, fishing, and swimming in the morning, followed by archery, go-karts, riflery, team sports, and excursions to the nearby lakes. In the evening there is time to relax and unwind and then comes evening prayers and lights out to prepare for new adventures the next morning.

Each year, a number of alumni, monks, and other members of the community come together to host something truly worthy of the Subiaco name, and a summer camp like no other.

For more information about Camp Subiaco, you can view their official page on the Subiaco Alumni Association Website, the official Camp Subiaco Website, or can contact the Camp Director, Pat Franz ’78 at pfranz@subi.org.