Photo Albums

Please visit our Flickr page to see our full collection of photo albums or browse our albums below

2010's

2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016

2000's

2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

1990's

1995
1996
1997
1998
1999

Miscellaneous

1929-1960
1960-1989
Cabin Photos
All-Camp Photos
Scenery

Video Albums

Please visit our YouTube page to see our full collection of videos or browse the playlists below

2010s

2010
2011
2012
2013
2014

2000s

2000
2001
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

1990s

1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999

Miscellaneous

1930-1960
1970

Timeline

Songbook

For more songs, please visit our soundcloud page.

Share your camp experiences...

We need your help to continue to expand our Archives and preserve the history of RAC. If you have photos, videos, or other memorabilia which do not already appear on these pages, please contact Tim (tim@redarrowcamp.com). We can arrange for you to upload files digitally, or you can send us the original photos, videos or documents, we will digitize them and then promptly mail the originals back to you.

All memorabilia are welcome, but we are especially interested in

  1. All-Camp Photos which don’t already appear here
  2. Camp Rosters (lists of all the campers from summers past)
  3. Videos of Camp Plays which don’t already appear here
  4. Videos of Counselor Stunt Nights
  5. Camp Newsletters
  6. Cabin Photos

History of the RAC Cabins

Cabin A: This building is clearly of different construction than the other Finnish cabins, but probably dates back to the earliest days of camp and has always been Cabin A.

Cabin B: Most likely served as a cabin during the earliest days of camp, but became the office sometime during the 1930s and stayed so until the building of the Cedars in 1960.

Cabin C: This cabin has always stood in this location. It may have been called Cabin B for a few years.

Cabin D: The camp icehouse originally stood in this location. After it was torn down, this space stood empty for a while. Sometime in the 1950s, Cabin J (between the current Castle and Mess Hall) was moved to become the current Cabin D.

Cabin D
Cabin J

Cabin E: This cabin may have served as the office for a brief time in the very early days of camp. It was probably known as Cabin D until the current Cabin D was moved into its current location.

Between E & F (The Burned-Down Cabin): This building was located between the current Cabins E and F, oriented in the same direction as the current Cabin F. It was initially known as Cabin E, but became Cabin F after D was relocated. This cabin burned down during Milwaukee Country Day's football camp in 1966.

Cabin F

Cabin F: This building has served more functions than any other building in camp. It was initially the stables. From 1950-1957 it served as Cabin X. It then became the Nature Cabin, and finally became the current Cabin F sometime after the old Cabin F burned down.

Cedar 1
Cedar 2

Cedars: It's not clear what originally stood in this location. By 1950, Cabin Y (“Why O Why is Y So Wide?) stood in this location with its famous depressed dirt floor. By 1959 this building had been destroyed to make way for the current Cedars.

Cedar 3
Cedar 4
Cedar 5

Cabin G: Initially referred to as Cabin F, it became Cabin G after the reshuffle.

Cabin H: Initially referred to as Cabin G, it became Cabin H after the reshuffle

Between Cabin H & Castle: This space was home to the original Cabin H. After the reshuffle of Cabin D it became Cabin I, and then it was moved in 1965 to become the current Manor.

Castle: Originally Cabin I, it became Cabin J after the Cabin D reshuffle, and then became Cabin I again after the old I was moved to become the Manor. It was renamed Castle during the Krohn years.

Castle
Between Castle and Mess Hall

Between Castle and the Mess Hall: Originally Cabin J, this building was moved to become Cabin D.

Manor: A shoddy Cabin K stood in this location, probably built around 1944. It seems to have been torn down after the current Chalet was built sometime after 1952. In 1965, Cabin I was moved to this location and referred to as Cabin J for a few years until the Krohn's christened it the "Manor".

Manor
Manor
Chateau