7-15Years of age
About our camp
1948 marks the year of Camp Walt Whitman establishment. Since then, they have been committed to instill values of sharing, giving back and reaching one’s full potential. It is Walt Whitman’s poem “I Hear America Singing” that inspired the camp’s philosophy and mission – create an atmosphere where boys and girls are treated equally and make friends with people based on their personality, traits and character. It’s a lesson that campers take home and live with it long after the camp is over. A Big Brother or Sister gets in touch with first-time campers before they arrive at the campsite. They answer any questions newcomers ask and prepare them for the fun they are going to have. Campers live with three staff members in cabins who provide guidance and are always there to assist in any situation. Food is diverse – breakfast, lunch and dinner are complimented with several snacks throughout the day.
Programs & Activities
“We offer everything you want in a summer camp”, the staff at Walt Whitman claims, by offering activities in athletics, individual and team sports, arts and crafts, etc. An Olympic-sized, heated swimming pool is ideal for swim programs both for beginners and advanced swimmers, as Certified Water Safety Instructors provide needed supervision. When it comes to tennis, campers can hone their skills having a recognized USPTA Tennis Professional as their coach. As for adventures, campers can choose to climb a 4000-foot peak or go for a short excursion nearby the camp.
|Jun 23, 2018||Aug 11, 2018||$12,500|
|Jun 23, 2018||Jul 21, 2018||$8,950|
|Jul 22, 2018||Aug 11, 2018||$6,150|