Camp Wawona

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Camp Wawona consists of approximately 30 acres (120,000 m2) of deeded land inside Yosemite National Park in the township of Wawona, California in the United States. The focus of Camp Wawona is summer camp for kids, conference convocations, church retreats, family reunions or a personal quiet getaway in nature. The camp offers an opportunity for outdoor recreation and learning.


The land was first purchased by individuals who were members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church before Wawona was annexed by the National Park Service. The individuals later gave the land to the Central California Conference of Seventh-day Adventists who turned it into a summer camp. Camp Wawona has been in business since 1929.


  • Derek Wright (March 2013–present)


  • A-Frame Cabins
  • Covered Wagons
  • Hotel-style Rooms
  • Longhouse
  • Wawona Lodge
  • Yurts


  • Cub Camp (Ages 7–10)
  • Junior Camp (Ages 9–12)
  • Tween Camp (Ages 12–14)
  • Teen Camp (Ages 13–17)
  • Family Camp (All Ages)


The activities are divided into two "camps", Base and Summit. Family Camp is the only time when no Summit Camp takes place.

Base Camp[edit]

Base Camp activities take place on-site at Camp Wawona. Campers can expect to visit most of the following activities during the week.[1]

Summit Camps[edit]

Summit camp activities take place primarily offsite. Campers spend 4-5 nights away from camp, and then return for the weekend activities. Summit camps are for campers age 13-17.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Camps, Dates, and Prices". Camp Wawona. Retrieved 12 May 2015. 

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