At a glance
7 to 15 years of age
About our camp
Young ladies become part of a caring community to grow into powerful and independent women of the future. This is how Camp Marimeta has chosen “to change the world, one camper at a time”.
Girls live in 13 cabins that have electricity, bathrooms, hot and cold running water. The Mess Hall is the place campers come together to have breakfast, lunch and dinner, most of which are accompanied by cheers, songs and conversations. Meanwhile, the chefs in the kitchen make sure the meals served are healthy, nutritious and satisfy even picky eaters’ preferences.
The offered options for overnight camp include four or eight-week sessions. The age of campers vary from 7-15 who come to Marimeta from around the globe – Mexico, Israel, Japan, etc. Most of the camp staff members, totaling 70 in number, have grown up at camp and know first-hand what it takes to create a supportive and caring environment for young ladies to thrive.
Camp programs & activities
For daily and weekly activities, girls use the wide range of facilities at Marimeta: basketball and volleyball courts, golf cages, archery and riflery ranges, a climbing wall, four tennis courts, athletic fields, and much more. Campers head for the Recreation Hall to develop their skills in dance, yoga, gymnastics, aerobics, performing arts, as well as to watch a movie together. In addition, Meta Lake provides an opportunity to enjoy waterfront activities such as swimming, kayaking, boating, windsurfing, etc.