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The Camp Experience

Thank you for your interest in Camp Whitewood’s Outdoor Education Program. This webpage is meant to give you a better idea about who we are and what we can offer. This is not a comprehensive list of all of our potential programming, so if there is an idea you have that you do not see in this guide, please do not hesitate to bring it to our attention. Our goal is to design the perfect Outdoor Education program to suit your needs and the needs of your students. We believe in the power and lasting positive impact of giving children a chance to learn and grow in an outdoor setting. We accommodate a wide range of groups and programs, so whether you are looking for a day program, a weeklong stay, or anything in between, Camp Whitewood is the place for you! Thank you and let us know how we can help you. 

-Camp Whitewood Staff

Teachers, here is a pdf guide to our outdoor education program: CLICK HERE!

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Get outside and enjoy the beauty of nature at Camp Whitewood! Our campers enjoy hikes through the woods and creek hiking in Phelps Creek where you may find salamanders and other critters!

Evening Activities

The fun doesn't end just because the day is coming to a close.  Enjoy campfires and other group activities or games in the evening!

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Arts & Crafts

Explore your creative side and use your imagination as you create works of art in our craft hall.  The kids above enjoyed getting messy to create paper mache balloons for an angry birds activity!

Outdoor Education

Teachers or Camp Whitewood Staff can provide a wide range of outdoor classes for students.  Some past examples are: creek or pond studies, bottle rockets, weather, geology, and wilderness survival.

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Every camper enjoys playing in Camp Whitewood's lake. Canoe with a few of your friends and enjoy the beauty of Reflections Lake!


A favorite activity for our campers is archery. You may have a chance to learn the basics of archery from a certified instructor.


Camp Whitewood is located in southwest Ashtabula County off State Route 322. We are conveniently located within a 2 hour drive of several major metropolitan areas including Cleveland, Akron/Canton, Youngstown and Erie. Our address is 7983 S. Wiswell Road

Windsor, OH 44099.

The map to the right shows Camp Whitewood’s location with a 25 mile radius and a 60 mile radius.

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Our Dining Hall seats 200 people at tables of 10. With all wood framing and a stone fireplace, it is the quintessential camp Dining Hall. Food is served family style from our Amish kitchen staff. We think 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! Our kitchen is also prepared to handle any special dietary needs as long as we know in advance. 


Our cabins are divided into a boys and girls village. The girls village has 8 cabins that each sleep 14 and one that sleeps 16. There is also an additional cabin on the girls side that is typically used by chaperones and/or staff that sleeps 4. The boys side has 5 cabins that each sleep 14 and one that sleeps 12. There is also a cabin on the boys side that is typically used by chaperones and/or staff which sleeps 8. The cabins are heated and have bunk beds and mattresses. Each village has its own bathroom and shower house. The showers have curtains or stalls for privacy.

We also have a staff cabin available for school and/or group staff that come to camp. It has a kitchen, living room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and back porch. The staff cabin can sleep 14 and gives adults a private place separate from the students. It is connected to our Health Lodge, which has two beds and a bathroom of it's own, along with a fully stocked Nurse's Station.



Craft Hall

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