At Camp Bob Waldorf (CBW) we serve families with low-income with the goal of providing their campers with safe, unique, fun, enriching activities fostering personal growth and development.
CBW is a camp for campers currently in 2nd-12th grade.
Our program is built upon four core Pillars:
CBW Pillars are ever present during the camp session through our intentional programming and through interactions with our trained staff and fellow campers.
During the Camp Session, Campers travel in a walking group with their peers and two to three trained staff. They spend most of their day experiencing exciting new camp activities together.
Camp activities include swimming, archery, a high ropes course, a climbing wall, hiking, cooking, ranch animal care, arts and crafts, and so much more! Through these activities and interactions, our campers learn to be responsible and thoughtful individuals.
Prior to the camp session, our Associate Director will contact caregivers/parents to determine if Camp Bob Waldorf will be a successful match for your camper.
Our top priority is the physical and emotional safety of all members of the camp community. We count on caregivers/parents to disclose any specific needs or behaviors, previous or existing, that may be challenging during the camp experience.
You can read over the full details of our eligibility criteria here. If you have any questions regarding any of the criteria for camp, please contact us at 818-957-4900 or at Registration@campbobwaldorf.org
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