Camp AGQ Alumni

Welcome home, AGQ Alumni

As anyone who has spent time at AGQ knows, camp is a magical place. Whether you spent just one week or countless summers on the shores of Burt Lake, time at Al-Gon-Quian stays with you forever. The AGQ Family includes our current campers and staff members, but also includes the thousands of people who have spent time at camp since 1925.

Just as camp alumni have shaped what Al-Gon-Quian is today, it is our hope that Al-Gon-Quian has given our former campers and staff members many memories, skills and friendships that remain with them long after their last summer at camp. Please check the website for updates about what is going on at camp. If you have stories or photos of your time at Camp Al-Gon-Quian, we encourage you to share.

This summer, one former staff member told us about a faux counselor foot race around the lake that they used to do in the 1960s, and we replicated it in July during one of our all-day activities. We strive to mix tradition with innovation at Al-Gon-Quian, and learning about the past at AGQ is a great way for us to continue this. Thank you for your interest in Al-Gon-Quian and being a member of the Al-Gon-Quian community. We hope to hear from you soon!

Quick Links

AGQ Alumni Registration

We have a new online alumni registration system. Use the link below to access the registration form. If you registered prior to November 2014, please register again using the online system.

AGQ Alumni Account

If you’ve already registered as an alumnus, use the above link to access your online account. This account can be used for updating contact information, posting on the message board, and searching for other alumni.

Additional Alumni Resources

Camp AGQ Land Acknowledgement

It is important for us to acknowledge that our camp is situated on Odawa and Anishinabewaki tribal homelands and that those of us who are not indigenous to the region are guests there. We are committed to developing relationships and collaborating with indigenous peoples in the surrounding areas in order to honor and respect their living legacies. We are grateful for the opportunities that this beautiful region offers our program participants.