About our camp
5-15Years of age
Wicosuta, meaning “strength of mind and body” in a Native American language, provides a supportive community to help girls develop confidence and competence – in four weeks. “I can’t wait to get started” – this is what Wicosuta wants its campers feel every time they head for an activity. That’s why every camper chooses what she wants to take part in. It’s a great way to develop decision-making skills and be sure that your opinion matters. In addition, to create a well-desired sisterly atmosphere, Wicosuta insists on a uniform not only for everyday outfit but also for bathing suits. No first-time camper should feel stressed or anxious – a Big Sister contacts each newcomer before the camp starts and accompanies her through her first days in the camp. Assigned seating is practiced at each meal to enhance communication among all campers. Breakfast and lunch are served buffet style while dinner is served family style. Two snacks are available - in the afternoon and before bedtime.
Programs & Activities
Each age group has its own program with assigned activities and electives. As campers grow older, the number of activities they choose also increases. Wico’s website has an interactive section where campers can create their own schedules - think and rethink what they would like to experience when they arrive at camp. The list of activities includes: basketball, field hockey, gymnastics, soccer, lacrosse, archery, gaga, tennis, softball, circuit training, contemporary dance, ballet, pilates, acting, various types of water sports, arts and crafts, as well as outdoor adventures. Above all, campers can enjoy horseback riding and ice skating in the specialty program.
|Jun 23, 2018||Jul 18, 2018||$7,550|
|Jul 21, 2018||Aug 15, 2018||$7,550|
|Jul 05, 2018||Jul 18, 2018||$4,750|
|Aug 02, 2018||Aug 15, 2018||$4,750|
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21 Wicosuta Drive
Hebron, New Hampshire 3241