Camp Wyandot Bulletin Board
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Save the Date: Flower Sale deadline April 7, Native Hills Zoom Camp Update April 21, Spring Work Day April 27
Camp Wyandot. My experiences there, the friendships there, are highlights of my life. I live in Denver, CO. I still miss Columbus and lifelong friends there. Thanks for the newsletters.
Just picked up my son (10) from his first year at Camp Wyandot and he had a BLAST--even with COVID-19 precautions! We will be sending him every year, and sending his sister, too when she is old enough! He was super excited to tell us all about camp, and he really loved his counselors and made friends. He had an awesome experience and already can't wait to return next year!
Camp Wyandot has been a place of refuge, community & friendship for many years. Campership scholarships are provided for many children who would not have had the opportunity to be in nature otherwise. It's a blessing.
Best place ever, shaped my childhood! Highly recommend for any child!
Camp Wyandot is more than a summer camp location. It's an accepting, inviting, and fun place that brings people together. Children and adults are celebrated for their individuality while learning to work together. Activities such as archery, swimming, boating, and hiking give children the opportunity to disconnect from technology and reconnect to nature in a safe and nurturing environment.
There is not a better place on earth to send your kids for a perfect Summer Camp experience.
Breaking News from Camp Wyandot
Camp Wyandot is nestled in a valley, with Lake Atagahi at the center, and cabins and lodges lining the hills. Our younger campers reside in cabins on the right side of the lake, and our older campers and the Dining Hall are located on the hill on the left side of the lake. We have a swimming pool, a medical lodge for the camp nurse, and several other buildings in addition to the campers' cabins. Main bathhouses serve the needs of campers, and sleeping cabins remain primitive so the sounds of frogs and crickets are uninterrupted at night.