Camp Wa-Klo empowers a girl to be confident, independent, and have a voice. Throughout her time maneuvering through social situations in her cabin, choosing what new activities she wants to try, and speaking in front of the camp community during Reflections, there will be ample opportunities for your daughter to make connections
Art & Crafts
What kind of kids we support
Bathrooms in cabin
Food option available
Electricity in sleeping area
Juniors (1st – 3rd graders) & Mids (4th graders)
‘Sleepy Hollow’ is a two-story lodge complete with several sleeping rooms, a screened porch, fireplaces, a living area that overlooks the lake, a library, a computer room, showers, and five bathrooms.
Inters (5th & 6th graders)
‘Pop Out’, ‘Way Out’ and ‘Far Out’ and ‘Out There’ have separate living areas for counselors and campers, toilet and sink, and “cubbies” (shelf unit) for daily articles for each camper. A shower house with individual stalls is available for use.
Seniors & Pioneers (7th-9th graders)
The ‘Area’ is a separate living area in the pines for the oldest campers. Cabins have separate living areas for counselors and campers, toilet and sink, and “cubbies” (shelf unit) for daily articles for each camper. A shower house with individual stalls is available for use.