(If we want to follow Molly’s original layout and put 3 columns on the home page, each with a photo/text link to a unique program, then we could skip this page. Or we could do both. The headers below should be clickable and the info on this page relatively simple. — sara)
Dates and Fees
Camp Woodbrooke’s programs are based on the Quaker belief in the unique worth of each individual, the value of cooperation in our diverse community, service to others and the creative exploration of our natural environment.
Young Camper Program
Our Young Camper program involves children ages 7 to 12 in many activities on the
Camp Woodbrooke site. Click here for a typical day’s schedule.
Camp Woodbrooke’s teen program is designed to enhance the Camp Woodbrooke experience with activities and skill development appropriate to campers ages 13-15. Open to campers who are at least 13 years old, completing the 7th grade and interested in learning a wide range of wilderness skills. Each session offers an opportunity to learn and practice backpacking, biking and canoeing skills. Campers will experience taking responsible roles in group living. Limited to ten campers. Click here for more information.
Helpers are young people, 16-18 years old, who volunteer to help with the life of the camp in exchange for the privilege of being at Camp Woodbrooke. Helpers assist in the kitchen with meal preparations and clean-up, assist with gardening, laundry and general maintenance. In addition helpers will be expected to join in the camper activities and help with bedtime. Helpers should come expecting to work hard and learn new things, but will find that it is great fun to be part of the Camp Woodbrooke family. Applicants will have completed grade 9.