All activities are designed to provide a safe, supportive environment where children can have fun and learn new skills. Camp Widjiwagan teaches the art of cooperation and the benefits of teamwork through a variety of land and water activities. All overnight campers will have the opportunity to learn to ski, wakeboard or kneeboard.
Experienced staff members provide coaching and individual instruction in all activities, challenging campers to excel while learning new skills.
Thunderbird and Chief Program
Campers develop independence by exploring their own interests each day. With help from their counselor, campers decide each day which activities to pursue, working through the activity to increase levels of skills and competence. Self-confidence and good sportsmanship are reinforced through individual instruction and group activities.
Warrior campers will travel as a tribe unit, with a schedule tailored to suit their age-appropriate needs. These campers visit all the activities at Camp Widjiwagan, so they will have the opportunity to challenge themselves and discover new interests.
|Widji Beach||*Knee Boarding|
|Chairman's Water Park||*Wakeboarding|
|Twin 150-foot Wet Willy Waterslide||*Water Skiing|
|Ride and Slide Pontoon||*Tubing|
|Alpine Tower||Outdoor Living Skills|
|Arts and Crafts||Soccer|
|Horseback Riding||Ultimate Frisbee|
|Mt. Widji Climbing Wall||Zip Line|
Summer camp provides an opportunity for campers to develop skills in activities that will bring great joy and benefits in the years ahead. Our Field Manual and Dog Tag program provides a framework in which experienced camp counselors coach each camper in selecting and setting goals in a variety of land and water activities. Progress is recorded as campers learn more and more, and achievements are carried over from summer to summer. At the family night celebration, campers who earn Dog Tags will be recognized for their achievements.
All in all, I think your program is A++++, and want you to know that every parent I've talked with about Camp Widji shares that opinion. - Bob Patin