Our Story, from our Camp Director | Camp Waukeela For Girls

Our Story

Waukeela camper making a bracelet next to a treeSince its inception in 1922, Waukeela has always been a place for girls to have a safe, fun and enriching summer. Waukeela’s founder, Fred Filbrick, and subsequent owners Vic and Twid Gabriel, Nancy Burns and Edie Middleton, Phil Steele, Jayson Rubin, and now Gill & Graham Moore have all been dedicated to maintaining Waukeela’s traditions and sense of community.

A Camp Waukeela camper playing tennisThe legacy of Waukeela is, and will always be, a place where all campers and alumnae can call their second home, where they make bonds that last for a lifetime and have incredible summer experiences.