Girls Camps in Raymond, Maine
Wohelo Campers enjoy summer close to nature where they learn new skills and make lifelong friends. In a caring and stimulating environment, they experience the Wohelo values of cooperation, teamwork, and respecting differences. They develop self confidence, responsibility for themselves and others, and a kindly spirit.
Little Wohelo is for campers ages 6-12. Sebago Wohelo is for campers ages 12-16 with 16 year olds invited to return as counselors-in-training. Each camp enjoys its own facilities and programs. Little Wohelo, adjoining but one-half mile from Sebago Wohelo, features a gentle terrain and a large sandy beach. Activities are focused on skill levels and interests appropriate for young campers. Sebago Wohelo is more wooded and looks out over Sebago Lake on high rocks above the water. Campers participate in a wide variety of activities that engage them in more advanced levels.
WHAT OUR PARENTS AND STAFF SAY
“I can tell that the counselors work so well with my Hannah. Hannah used to love swimming but stopped after she met one very tough coach. It’s because of the patience and kindness of the camp staff that Hannah is able to love swimming again. I’m so grateful this camp has made her stronger. My purpose was accomplished. I believe that she will be very different after this, and she will grow so much from this experience. There are no words to express my gratitude. Thank you all for your support.”
“I love Wohelo because of the wonderful friendships that I have made here and the immense amount of learning that I do every summer. At Wohelo I learn who I am, and at home is where I apply it.”
“The scholarship Camp Wohelo granted to my daughter has changed her life. She has been given the opportunity to participate in activities that she up until now, had only read about or seen on TV.”
– Scholarship Parent
September Wohelo Update
Finishing up our 116th summer on Sebago. Check out some of the videos from the summer at our vimeo showcase pages On-Line Regisration is open
Marching towards summer!
Still snow on the ground and ice on the lake, but we are starting to get excited about summer. Parent folders will be sent this
A month of ice freezing at Wohelo
Heidi and Tim Williams starting off the year with a swim. No ice as of January 1st. While the lake was wide open we were