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WCCA Spotlight: Camp Cayuga

CAYUGA’S TEEN CAMP – THE ANSWER TO A BORED TEENAGER Camp Cayuga is a private nonsectarian camp for boys & girls ages 6 to 16. The natural landscape divides the 350-acre estate into two separate campuses – Teen Camp & Junior Campus. This unique feature is what distinguishes Cayuga from other summer programs. Teen Campus […]

WCCA Spotlight: Indian Head Camp

Seven Weeks, Ten Summers, Zero Cell Phones by Dan Zelikman, Indian Head Camp There is a place that exists in the endless mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania that I like to refer to as Neverland sometimes. It actually may not be that accurate of a description, because the place I’m talking about actually exists. Also, Neverland […]

WCCA Spotlight: Island Lake Camp

WHAT MAKES ISLAND LAKE SPECIAL Island Lake was founded in 1986 based on the philosophy that each child is different and has different needs and desires. Our individualized program allows our campers to choose all of their own activities and to pursue their own interests. We take pride in our ability to cater to the […]

WCCA Spotlight: Camp Lohikan

  Lohikan’s Mini-Camp is a WEEK-LONG Rookie Camp!  Camp Lohikan is a well-established recreational summer camp that has been providing children with summers filled with exciting activities and opportunities to try new things, develop new skills, make new friends, and most of all have FUN since 1957! Camp Lohikan has been owned and directed by […]

WCCA Spotlight: Summit Camp

The Outcomes of a Summer with Summit Oftentimes, families ask us what will happen to their child if they spend time with us at Summit. Certainly there are a range of goals that each family has – ranging from social skills improvement to friendship making and holding to general independence. We certainly realize that camp […]

WCCA Spotlight: Camp Starlight

WATERFRONT MEMORIES Close your eyes and try to imagine your favorite spot on campus. Most campers are probably visualizing the Starlight waterfront. Someone who is not so familiar with camp may ask, “What’s so special about the waterfront?” Well, with so many fun, different activities to cool you off, how could you not imagine such […]