"We have to make this happen again next year!! WE LOVE CAMP TOSEBO!!"
"We had the most wonderful time. Thank you for preserving Camp Tosebo! It is wonderful to hear and read its history and be able to make our family memories here as well. None of us will forget this week. Everything about it was perfect!"
~ Brian and Gina
Founded by Noble Hill, Camp Tosebo was established in 1912 as a private summer camp for the Todd Seminary for Boys in Woodstock, Illinois. The camp attracted boys from all over the country, and even though the Todd School was closed in 1953, the summer camp carried on with its eight-week summer program for another twenty-four years.
The current owners continue to preserve the rich historical tradition of this camp by maintaining its original buildings and conserving the natural beauty of its surroundings.
Your stay promises the tranquility and heritage of the past with the conveniences of today.