Wildwood provides a comfortable and well-rounded outdoor experience with cabins housing campers and staff members each with bunks, indoor bathrooms and showers.
Campers are able to select a “buddy” to be placed in the same cabin during the registration process. The buddy needs to be of similar age and gender since the cabins are separated by gender and by age. Counselors live in the cabins with the campers throughout their stay.
At Wildwood we strive to provide kid-friendly meals that are healthy for their active camp days. We use whole wheat breads, seasonal fruit and vegetables and lean proteins. Campers may eat outdoors, in the dining hall, or along the trails during their camp adventures.
Campers receive a snack in the afternoon and evening. There is also fruit available all day in the dining hall.
We do not allow campers to have food, snacks or candy in the cabins to protect the health of all participants. If you have any food that your camper will need, you may give it to staff and it will be kept in the kitchen. Picky eaters always find something to eat. We accommodate dietary needs, and we’re vigilant about food allergies.