Camp Bob Waldorf Program
Camp Bob Waldorf is a residential camp for youth entering grades 4 – 12 that fosters growth and development in a fun, safe and nurturing environment. Our program is built upon four core pillars: Community, Inclusion, Identity, and Respect. While at camp, campers live out these values in their daily lives through interactions with other campers, learning new skills and making lasting memories.
Campers live in a cabin with their peers, and two to three trained counselors, and spend the majority of their day experiencing exciting camp activities together that include a combination of:
- Sports – basketball, soccer, football, Ga-Ga, archery, and more
- Challenge Course – team building exercises, climbing wall, high ropes course
- Arts – arts and crafts, drama, singing, dance, video
- Ranch – horseback riding, hiking, animal care, nature, farm-to-table cooking
- …and lots more!
Through these activities and interactions, our campers discover new skills and interests, and learn to be responsible and thoughtful individuals.
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Camp Bob Waldorf (Formerly Camp Max Straus)
Campers entering grades 7 – 10 progress into specialized programs with new experiences catered to their interests and stage of development. Teen Camp, for entering 9th – 10th graders, focuses on teaching values such as social action and offers leadership skills and community service opportunities, interspersed with typical camp activities. Camp Bob Waldorf Explorations, for entering 7th – 10th graders, offers an opportunity to learn new skills in a specific area of interest. Campers will choose from core programs such as farm-to-table cooking, outdoor adventure, performing arts, and media arts, and will spend the majority of their time at camp learning and growing within these tracks.
We are committed to making camp financially accessible to kids from all backgrounds through our heavily subsidized program. Additional financial assistance is available to those in need of extra support.