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Camp Wekeela for Boys and Girls

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1750 Bear Pond Road, Hartford, Maine 04220
Ephram A. Caflun
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Camp Dates:
June 28-Aug 15, 2013
Session Lengths:
2, 3, 4 and 7 weeks
Camp Fees:
Water Sports
Swimming, sailing, water-skiing, wakeboarding, canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, banana boat, tubing, water trampolines and water volleyball.
USTA pro instruction, tournaments, multiple ball machines and video training.
Creative Arts
Ceramics, painting, batik, drawing, tie dye, culinary arts, pottery wheels, light wood-working, model rocketry, digital photography, jewelry-making, astronomy, stained glass, cartooning, scrapbooking.
Performing Arts
Musical, theatre, set design, voice, dance, cheerleading, improv, radio, video, electric and acoustic guitars, piano, drums and more!
Culinary Arts
Baking, cooking, theory, technique and fun with food.
Land Sports
Aerobics, archery, baseball, basketball, disc golf, flag football, tackle football, fitness, strength and conditioning, PGA golf, gymnastics, lacrosse, street hockey, soccer, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball, weight-lifting and yoga.
Horseback Riding
A large outdoor riding arena and trails overlooking Maine mountains.
Outdoor Adventure
Wilderness activities: 21 element high and low ropes adventure zone, rock wall, state-of-the-art climbing wall tower, backpacking, trailblazing, campfire cooking, orienteering, rappelling, zip wire, camping and nature.
Two scuba diving programs: Basic Introduction Course and Certification Course.
Weekly camping trips to explore northern New England. Professionally led day hikes into Maine and the White Mountains. Whitewater Rafting trip available for teens. Surf trips to Atlantic Ocean. Three- and four-day teen camper trips to Boston, Cape Cod, Acadia, Bar Harbor and Montreal, Canada.
Camp Wekeela, offers a safe, fun, nurturing environment in a scenic mountain lake setting. A family oriented program for boys and girls 7-16, led by on-site owners/directors Lori and Ephram Caflun with talented instructional specialists and counselors (staff/camper ratio is 1 to ). Since 1997, Wekeela has been the Caflun’s summer home. Building community is what we do best here at Wekeela. Our campers extend these skills and values well beyond our shores. Wekeela campers are from all over the United States as well as the world. Each of them feels at home at Wekeela. Camp Wekeela provides children with the opportunity to connect with nature, to participate in human powered activities, and to benefit from personal and primary relationships. To reach our goals, we believe that we do not merely serve campers, but we serve their families. We strive to be partners with our parents as we help their children grow and thrive. Nothing is more important to us than your children and their well being. We continue to build a strong sense of community, leadership and tradition.


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