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Check out our Tour Video to see why Camp Pocono Trails is the #1 weight loss camp choice for Wisconsin families.

Have a Wisconsin Teen Looking for a Weight Loss Camp?

Located in PA, we help Wisconsin teens with weight loss, fitness, and technology overuse habits. There are no shortcuts to long term health. We teach campers how to set goals and take daily steps to achieve what they want in life. This goal-oriented philosophy goes for our weight loss component, our fitness component, and our technology overuse component. Because it’s not realistic to just give up food, or to just give up your cell phone, we teach campers how to live in moderation.

At Camp Pocono Trails we promote healthy lifestyle choices. As a result of the healthy lifestyle habits they learn at summer camp our teens are able to make better choices about technology use. They are better able to manage their cell phones and family relationships improve when this happens.

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Wisconsin Teens Gain Self-Esteem & Confidence

Camp Pocono Trails is the best summer camp for teens who want to improve their image. This a weight loss camp but this is not a fat camp. This is a quality program that promotes healthy lifestyle changes and teens are getting amazing results.

We are a short drive from Wisconsin, or we can pick your child up at the Allentown, PA or Newark, NJ airport.

Think about the adventure your child will have traveling out of state to the beautiful Pocono Mountain range. Sometimes getting out of town and going away to make new friends and have new experiences is just what it takes to help change unhealthy habits.

At Camp Pocono Trails, we address everything from eating right to nutrition, exercise, and we even have a technology track for those teens spending too much time on their phones or video games.

It feels great to get active and eat healthy, but couple that with the traditional summer camp experience and your teen is going to have the best summer of their life! The joy and confidence a teenager gains when they see the results of shedding the weight is huge! The change that takes place at Camp Pocono Trails goes deeper. A change in attitude about what they tell themselves when they look in the mirror, or when they try physical activities happens here. These changes don’t just happen. A new image is carefully cultivated in a supportive environment with new friends that they make at camp. Everyone here wants to boost you up!

Camp Pocono Trails Provides Culinary Classes for Wisconsin Teens

The diet and nutrition program at Camp Pocono Trails follows the guidelines regularly updated by My Plate Guidelines from the USDA as well as the Exchange List for Weight Management from the National Institutes of Health.

We proudly serve natural, whole foods at every meal. An effort to eliminate all processed foods and foods with high sugar levels is made. Also we prepare foods the healthy way like grilled meats instead of deep fried.

The meal plan is tailored to meet the needs of male and female teenagers of various ages and typically includes 1600-1700 calories a day. Campers that prefer a Vegetarian and Kosher menu also find a variety of foods to choose from daily.

Wisconsin Websites for Health and Fitness

Nutrition: Strategies and Resources:

The CDC’s Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity provides nutrition strategies and resources for state and local programs to make healthy living easier for all Americans.

U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Team Nutrition:

Team Nutrition is an initiative of the USDA Food and Nutrition Service to support the Child Nutrition Programs through training and technical assistance for food service, nutrition education for children and their caregivers, and school and community support for healthy eating and physical activity.

Youth Compendium of Physical Activities:

The Youth Compendium of Physical Activities provides a list of 196 common activities in which youth participate and the estimated energy cost associated with each activity. Launched by the National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research in collaboration with CDC, NIH, USDA, and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Physical Activity is for Everybody:

Five easy steps from the CDC that healthcare providers can follow to help adults with disabilities increase their physical activity.