Who Attends Camp Waziyatah?

A coed summer camp located in beautiful Waterford, Maine, Camp Waziyatah welcomes campers ages six to sixteen from around the world. This summer, the camp will host six different sessions ranging in length from two weeks to eight weeks. To ensure that all campers get the most out of their experience, Camp Waziyatah divides the youth by age and offers different programming for younger and older campers. Boys and girls in grades two through six live in “The Pines.” This special area of camp features smaller cabin groups and more personal attention. Campers at The Pines still participate in all camp activities, but they also spend plenty of time learning to live away from home.

Teenagers entering grades seven through ten spend their camp sessions living in “The Grove” and “The Hill.” These young men and women enjoy a series of teen-specific activities and programs, including coed special events and high adventure trips. Finally, Camp Waziyatah invites teenagers entering 11th and 12th grades to participate in its Counselor in Training (C.I.T.) and Junior Counselor Programs. These sessions allow teens to work with younger campers, complete lifeguard certification, and gain valuable leadership experience.