Summer Camp Sessions

We have a camp for everyone, every age and every interest.  Our camps are designed to grow with your child.  Let's grow together....

Explorer Camp

All the fun in half the time.  Explorer Camp is a half-week resident (over-night) program designed for new campers, ages 7-12, who want to come to camp, but aren't quite ready to make a week-long commitment away from home.  Campers will partake in the same activities as Junior Camp, such as swimming, boating, crafting, hiking, fishing, creek walking, archery, and more!
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Junior Camp

Classic summer camp.  Junior Camp is a week-long resident camp for ages 7-12.  Campers will enjoy a variety of activities, including: swimming, boating, crafting, hiking, fishing, creek walking, archery, and more.  Fun will continue into the evenings with some "all camp" activities, such as a dances, beach parties, and skits and songs around the campfire.

Senior Camp

Specialized activities and programs for teens.  Senior camp, for ages 13-16, takes traditional  camp activities to the next level and adds other activities solely designed for adolescents, such as team building and leadership skills. Senior campers have opportunities to make choices in their activities based on group voting.  
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Leader-In-Training (LIT) Camp

Perfect for teens who wish to extend their time at camp and are thinking of becoming a camp counselor or camp staff member.  At LIT Camp, 16 and 17 year olds receive one-on-one training with program staff in leadership skills and developing programs for campers. To be accepted into the LIT program and attend this camp, you fill out this application and be interviewed by a Camp Whitewood Director.  There are a limited number of spots in the LIT program, so sign up now!

Wilderness Camp

Level 1 Wilderness Camp

A half-week "true" outdoor camping experience, complete with sleeping in tents and cooking outdoors.  Campers will learn how to set up camp, outdoor cooking, along with basic backpacking  and survival skills.  Campers are provided with backpacks, tents, sleeping gear, cooking gear, and food.  Restrooms and showers will not be used until the last day, so campers can learn proper back country bathroom and hygiene techniques.  Some traditional camp activities will be enjoyed, such as swimming, boating and archery.  Please click here for more detailed information on camp and what to bring.  Space is limited and fills up fast, so register early!

 

Level 2 Wilderness Camp

Attendance at Level 1 Wilderness Camp or previous primitive camping experience is necessary before attending. Campers will learn more advanced wilderness and survival skills, while exploring parts of Camp Whitewood most people don’t even know exist.  Campers will also have the opportunity to experience fishing, swimming and boating.

Payment Options:

1. Pay online when registering

2. Mail in a check

3. Call our office to make a credit card payment

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4. Drop off your payment at the Camp Office

Remember:

A $100 deposit is required to hold your child's spot!

Full payment in advance is preferred!