Transforming Lives at Camp
While surrounded by about 275 acres of rolling hills, forests and wetlands, and the shores of Lake Keesus, campers learn about nature and outdoor recreation while developing leadership skills, self-worth and respect for themselves and others.
Experiences That Last a Lifetime
Since 1911, thousands of young people have come to Camp Whitcomb/Mason for outdoor adventures, comradeship and the chance to learn in a fun and safe environment. A visit to Camp can be life-changing as our campers learn to become more independent and self-reliant. They embrace new challenges and forge new relationships with other youth and adults. Fears are faced and conquered at this unique year-round camp and conference center.
While at Camp, participants experience a wide variety of outdoor and cooperative activities such as canoeing, swimming, star-gazing, nature hikes and activities, arts & crafts, a nutrition challenge and high ropes course and much more.
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Flexible Camp Options:
Our campers get the chance to make new friends, discover an appreciation for nature and develop independence in a serene setting:
Adventure based learning creates opportunities for campers to learn how to push themselves and take risks in a positive, encouraging way. The Challenge Course’s exercises promote leadership, team-building and problem-solving.
The Environmental Education curriculum promotes increased understanding of the natural world. Members learn animal and plant life, aquatics, outdoor survival and water conservation and sustainability skills.
The Nature Center lets campers and visitors learn about and get an up-close look at animals that live in the wild.