Alumni and new families can use the code WAWA2021 for a $100 off coupon!
To read the latest from our camp director in regards to the COVID-19 pandemic, please see our blog HERE.
Campership scholarships are also available. To complete a request form please click HERE.
Registration is processed on our platform at CampDoc.com, an online portal that includes all of the materials you will need for submitting registration and health documents.
Registration Now Open
Youth Overnight Camping
Session 1: July 4 – July 17
Session 2: July 18 – July 31
Session 1: August 1 – 4
Session 2: August 4 – 7
Session 3: August 8 – 11
Session 4: August 11 – 14
Base Camp (Sessions 1 & 2 “Classic” WA WA Program) Ages 8-12
Cost: $1,595 for each two week session
Campers thrive in a community environment that encourages self-expression, friendship building, risk taking, and outdoor play. Base Camp is the ideal introduction to overnight summer camp. Cabin groups of similarly aged and gender campers live together with a counselor and participate in a wide range of camp activities, skill classes, and recreation.
Teen Camp Ages 12-15
Cost: $1,595 for each two week session
Campers thrive in a program especially geared towards teens that includes hiking and enhanced skill building opportunities. Cabin groups of similarly aged and gender campers live together with a counselor and participate in a wide range of camp activities, skill classes, and recreation. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, at this time we do not know if this program will include the Appalachian Trail as it typically does. We will update families in the spring once we are able to review safety needs and new protocols from the Department of Health. Please note that if we are able to add significant day or overnight trips, a fee will be added to this program.
Leadership Camp (LIT/CITs) 10th and 11th grade graduates
Cost: $1,050 for the month-long CIT program. An additional application is required for all LITs and CITs.
This two year program is for 10th, 11th and 12th grade graduates who are interested in assisting with camp activities and mentoring younger campers. Counselors in Training (CITs) prepare to apply for Junior Counselor positions. Second year CITs also have the option of becoming Certified Lifeguards and will be trained in First Response. Participants engage in a leadership program that teaches the basics of camper development, skill instruction, and leadership potential.
“Campership” Scholarship Program
Campers are invited to apply for tuition assistance using our Scholarship Request Form located HERE . The deadline for the first round of applications is March 1. Scholarships are granted on a needs basis thanks to the generous support of Smith Park, alumni donors and friends, and our Wally Waddle 5K Run and Walk Sponsors.
Cabin registration opens February 1st. Cabins for 4, 6 and 8 available.
Family Camp with Athleisure Program:
*Weeklong stays are available and receive a discount.
Campers of all ages enjoy our overnight camp facility plus our athleisure program geared towards campers of all ages and abilities. Family Camp is for all types of family groups- nuclear families, intergenerational families, chosen young adult groups, old friends reunions, families with kids, families without kids etc.!
All activities during Family Camp are optional but include:
Swimming and boating on our beautiful private lake
Hiking on our 500+/- acres
Daily running opportunities with scenic, hilly routes
Crafts for all ages
Campfire on Monday night
Umpachene waterfall picnic on Tuesday
Campbell’s Falls picnic on Thursday
Open-air dance on Friday night
All meals are provided: continental breakfast, bag lunch, dinners in cabin groups. Safe storage bins will be provided for each cabin who elects to bring their own food for snacks and such. For the latest on COVID related safety requirements, please check-out our camp blog and expect that updates will be made in the spring.