Thank you for your interest in Camp Whitewood for your retreat. Our goal is to ensure that you and your group has an exceptional and memorable visit. This page is meant to give you a better idea about who we are and what we can offer. You will find valuable information about what to expect and how to make your visit successful. We accommodate a wide range of groups and programs, so whether you are looking for a day program, weekend retreat, a week-long stay, or anything in between, Camp Whitewood is the place for you! After looking over this guide, we encourage you to contact us to talk further about customizing your experience. Please call us at 440-272-5275 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you and let us know how we can help you.
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Camp Whitewood is located in southwest Ashtabula County off St. Rte. 322/Mayfield Rd. We are conveniently located within a 2 hours drive of several major metropolitan areas including Cleveland, Akron/Canton, Youngstown, and Erie. Our address is 7983 S. Wiswell Rd Windsor, OH 44099. The map below shows Camp Whitewood’s location with a 25-mile radius and a 60-mile radius.
Dining & Meals
Food Services – Groups can choose to handle their own meals or allow us to take care of the food for them. Meals at Camp Whitewood are handmade by our Amish kitchen staff. Meals are served family style. We know you will agree with us when we say that our food far exceeds the typical “camp food” in its quality. No one will leave hungry!
Dining Hall – Our Dining Hall seats 200 people at tables of 10 people each. With all wood framing and a stone fireplace, it is the quintessential camp Dining hall. It can also be used as a meeting space between meals if necessary.
Meal Times – Breakfast is at 8 am, lunch is served at 12 pm, and dinner is served at 5:30 pm. Please send some people from your group in at least 10 minutes early to set up tables. Everything you need to set the table will be laid out for you.
Dietary Needs/Requests – Our kitchen staff are happy and experienced in accommodating special dietary needs. Please notify us of any dietary needs at least two weeks in advance of your visit. Examples include: allergies, vegetarians, vegans, dairy-free, gluten-free, etc. Our kitchen has the ability to go nut-free if necessary.
Programs & Activities
Camp Whitewood offers a variety of programs and activities for your group. There are two categories of programs: ones that require a Camp Whitewood staff to lead; and ones that the group can lead and supervise. Regardless of the activity, we require that you coordinate any activities you wish to participate in with us ahead of time. During activities which are led by our Camp Staff, group parents/leaders are still required to attend the activity and supervise children. Below you will find a list of activities available to your group. Activities marked with an * require a Camp Whitewood Staff member.
Fishing (bring your own equipment)
Paddle Boards *
Water Trampoline *
Survival Skills *
Team building Challenge Course *
Volleyball (sand court)
.22 Rifles *