American Legion Community Post 375
Camp American Legion
American Legion Community Post 375 is a proud supporter of Camp American Legion and a long time sponsor of Cabin #3 at Camp American Legion.
Camp American Legion is a place where qualified Wisconsin veterans, active duty service members and their families can stay at no cost. Camp American Legion is located in Lake Tomahawk, Wisconsin which is 263 miles north of Mukwonago, or approximately a 4 hour drive. Post 375 sponsors Cabin #3 at Camp American Legion.
Established in 1925, Camp American Legion is a haven for Wisconsin veterans, active duty service members and their families who need a little help to heal. With fully furnished cabins, a restaurant-quality dining facility and many recreational facilities and activities, Camp American Legion is the place for those who could use a hand on the road back to health.
The mission of Camp American Legion is to provide rest and recuperation to qualifying Wisconsin veterans of all ages, military service members, and their families. Camp American Legion serves those who have physical or psychological medical conditions, any and all types of service and non-service related illnesses, injuries or disabilities. Assistance is provided to those with Post Traumatic Stress, Traumatic Blast Injuries and Combat Operational Stress, along with many other related emotional and cultural issues.
Camp American Legion is also a place for family reintegration and support following a Wisconsin service member’s deployment. Families and children are welcome as our goal is to help bring families back together, reconnect and bond.
Camp American Legion also welcomes survivor families of the fallen, those who have lost a family member in service, to assist them with their grief, remembrance and healing.
Those who stay at Camp American Legion during the season, stay free of cost.
American Legion Community Post 375 of Mukwonago sponsors Cabin #3 at Camp American Legion. Every spring, volunteers from American Legion Post 375, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 375, and Sons of the American Legion Squadron 375, travel to Camp to bring donated funds and supplies and prepare the cabin for the upcoming season. The volunteers also assist the Camp Director with preparing the grounds for the season.
Some of our guests at Cabin #3 have written in our Guest Book. Here are some of their journal entries:
August 22nd to 29th 2016: “We are here blind Vets Week. – Good time! Thanks for use of your cabin. “Thanks for a lovely week.”
26 July 2016 “Semper Fi – The boys learned how to fish with minnows, thanx to Gary the boat captain.
28 July 2016: “The teenage boys made new friends and Dad... spent plenty of time fishing on Big Carr Lake and Mud Lake. Caught two large bass on Mud Lake using weedless worms. The food and staff are great. Could not ask for better people. Kevin is a great director, very helpful.”
29 July 2016: “Went fishing with a friend on Big Carr Lake, and at 10:00 AM. she caught an 18” small mouth bass on the far end of the lake. Now headed to the DNR fish hatchery. Then headed home. See ya. Semper FI
26-28 May 2016 Applied Suicide Intervention Support Training Best Memorial Weekend Ever
Gary Awesome Fishing Guide / boat captain
Awesome staff – make sure to have a relaxing week
Make new memories + reconnect w/yourself and your loved ones!! Honestly this was completely amazing. Love the staff and plenty of awesome food. Enjoy yourselves!