Since its inception in 1923, Camp WeHakee in Northern Wisconsin has established itself as a cherished summer retreat for girls. Renowned for its diverse community, the camp welcomes girls from various countries, religions, cultures, races, and economic backgrounds. This rich diversity forms the foundation of a unique and inclusive environment where every camper feels valued and connected.
At Camp WeHakee, girls have the opportunity to choose from over 40 activities, ranging from waterskiing, sailing, and canoeing to horseback riding, pottery, cheerleading, and jewelry making. The camp is committed to inspiring girls to become women of kindness, justice, truth, and peace, aligning with the camp's core values. The friendships formed at WeHakee are profound and lasting, a testament to the strong focus on building meaningful relationships at the heart of the camp's philosophy.
Blog posts by Abby Barber, Noah Naftulin, Josh Naftulin, and Kiana Kim