Resident Camps

Resident Camps (Overnight Camps)

YMCA Camp Wewa is a Summer Resident Camp and year-round Outdoor Education facility operated by the YMCA of Central Florida. At YMCA Camp Wewa we believe children and youth have a fully immersive opportunity to build new lifelong friendships, develop skills in the outdoors, and discover their “Self”. YMCA Camp Wewa provides a safe and exciting environment for Children and Youth to grow in Body, Mind and Spirit through our transformative approach to teaching Athletic, Camping, Artistic and Leadership skills to children aged 8-17.

Camp WEWA Resident Camp – 407- 886-1240

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4 Week-long sessions and 2 Two-Week Sessions beginning on Sundays at 1:30pm and ending on Fridays at 2pm for ages 8-14. YMCA Camp Wewa is all-inclusive; Meals, Snacks, Activities, Specialized Instructional Staff are all included.

Campers stay in age and gender appropriate cabins with a maximum of 14 campers and a minimum of 2 full-time staff counselors.

In order to participate in camp activities, campers must have a recent Health History Form on file, which includes a current physical performed by a licensed physician within the last 12 months. Please download and complete our Health History Form prior to the start of your camper’s session.

Session #1 – Treasure Island – June 2nd – 7th  

Session #2 – Western Week – June 9th – 14th

Session #3 – Heroes vs. Villains – June 16th – 28th (two week session)

Session #4 – Color Wars – June 30th – July 5th

Session #5 – Medieval Week – July 7th – 19th (two week session)

Session #6 – Camp Carnival – July 21st – 26th



A three week training and mentoring program for campers age 16-17 whom are interested in pursuing a counselor position at YMCA Camp Wewa. C.I.Ts will spend their time in leadership specific activities as a CIT group and will stay in younger aged cabins learning from the best counselors at YMCA Camp Wewa. CIT participants receive 40 Community Service Hours and will participate in a service project. Please note completion of C.I.T program does not guarantee a paid counselor position in the future.

Session #1 – June 30th – July 19th



L.I.Ts will work as a cohort to develop their team, individual and peer to peer leadership skills. This two week program features extensive facilitation training, communication and teamwork skills for campers ages 14-15. LIT participants receive 20 Community Service Hours and will participate in a service project.

Session #1 – June 2nd – 14th

Session #2 – June 16th – 28th



For campers whom wish to stay between multiple camp sessions and extend their camp stay. Price includes laundry, meals and activities.

Session #1 – June 7th – 9th 

Session #2 – June 28th – 30th

Session #3 – July 5th – 7th



For first time campers who want to try Wewa out for the first time and get a taste of what it’s like to experience Resident Camp. Ages 8-14.

Session #1 – June 7th – 9th