Take a blank skateboard deck and let your imagination run wild as you design your own skateboard deck.
Ready for S'MORE fun at Woodward West? Every Monday night at camp there's a bonfire with the makings for s'mores. Our recreation directors oversee the activity and the music director brings a few instruments to the bonfire to create the perfect campfire evening.
With 8 shiny lanes located inside the Canteen, the Woodward West bowling alley is a popular place to hang out with your new camp friends. The alley is stocked with bowling shoes and balls for all ages. Whether you are keeping score or just having fun for a few frames, the bowling alley is a great, fun place for everyone.
Take a break from a long day of riding by playing some games with other campers, our staff, or pros. You never know who may step in for a quick game, you may end up playing corn hole with Kelvin Hoefler yourself!
The Grill is available every day with breakfast burritos for breakfast and hotdogs, hamburgers, and veggie burgers for lunch and dinner.
Moondoe's is Woodward's very own coffee shop and lounge. Wake up to an amazing coffee, cappuccino, frappuccino, fresh baked goods and even panini's. Enjoy the atmosphere and music of Moondoe's inside the lounge . Built in 2012, this space became an instant hot spot to hang out and relax at any time of the day.
For our younger "mini campers" ages 7 to 9 who need a little more assistance at camp, we have "mini cabins"! All mini cabins have a live-in camp parent who is there to help mini campers navigate the camp experience. From dealing with homesickness to helping with bedtime and wake-up schedules, our camp parents help our younger campers get the most out of camp. These live-in parents are volunteer parents of campers and undergo a thorough background check and training each summer.
The Canteen is home to Woodward West's very own bowling alley and snack bar. Get your pizza party on here!
Campers share air-conditioned cabins with other children their same gender and age group. Cabins will also be grouped by sport interest when possible. Each cabin is outfitted with bunk beds and individual storage spaces. Each bunk bed has a mattress, but campers will need to bring their own sheets, pillows, and sleeping bag. Most cabins have an adjacent bathroom. Every cabin has a live-in counselor who is 18 years of age or older to ensure camper supervision and safety.
The Belly Union provides plenty of healthy, well-balanced, tasty food prepared from fresh ingredients in a clean and professional environment. There is always a hot meal being served, which varies daily with our menu. During breakfast, there's a fresh fruit bar which doubles as a salad bar during lunch and dinner meal times. There are even vegetarian or Gluten Free options at every meal upon request. More than enough options to please the picky eater!