Wyonegonic Camps, established in 1902, is the oldest continuously-run camp for girls in America. Wyonegonic is composed of three separate camps — designed to fit the individual needs and interest of the campers. Each camp forms its own close-knit community that is small enough to kindle deep friendships. Cabin life is rustic and simple. The seven hundred acres of pine forest and two miles of shoreline offers campers a sense of privacy and isolation.
Wyonegonic is a camp where girls learn about themselves in a non-competitive atmosphere and enjoy the beauty of friendship in the simplicity of the outdoors. Wyonegonic is an experience where campers enjoy a safe environment of fun and learning. Flexibility within a general structure is the key. These camps form a close-knit community which is small enough to kindle deep friendships.
With Wyonegonic just five miles down the shore from Winona, brothers and sisters can come to camp together on Opening Day and Mid-Season, as well as travel together on departure days. Brothers and male cousins can visit their Wyonegonic relatives on Sunday afternoons, or the Wyonegonic sisters and cousins travel to Winona. Wyonegonic maintains a strong affiliation with Winona that has existed over a century. Many activities such as regattas, road races, and dances are traditionally co-sponsored by the two camps to sustain their long-standing relationship.
Visit Winona’s sister camp at: www.wyonegonic.com