Wisconsin camp meeting is a nine-day religious convention of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Religious training is provided for people of all ages from infants to senior citizens. Attendees camp in cabins, motor homes, trailers, tents, or commute from their homes. When camp meeting is in session, attendance swells to nearly 5,000, making it the largest “town” in the county.
Camp meeting is held on the grounds of Camp Wakonda near Westfield, Wisconsin, and is open to the general public. Registration is only required for on-site accommodations. More camp meeting information here.