Camp Woodie

| SCWA’s summer camp program |

The mission of Camp Woodie is to pass on our wildlife heritage to the next generation.

Camp Woodie was established by the South Carolina Waterfowl Association in 1995. Camp Woodie is achieving its mission with the help of expert staff and instructors who deliver hands-on, fun-filled education to the next generation of outdoorsmen and women.

Campers will take part in activities like shotgun sports, rifle shooting, archery, fishing, canoeing, swimming, and so much more! Camp Woodie hosts week-long sessions for junior campers, ages 7-11, and senior campers, ages 12-16. Campers age 10 and older have the opportunity to obtain their SCDNR Hunter’s Safety Certification while at camp at no extra charge.

REGISTER / LOG IN HERE

JUNIOR CAMP
$549
  • For ages 7-11, this camp session will run from Sunday-Friday. Your camper will take part in many activities, including shotgun sports, archery, canoeing, waterfowl identification, mud pit, and so much more during their week at camp! Campers will learn skills and create friendships that will last a lifetime!
SENIOR CAMP
$749
  • For ages 12-16, this camp session will run from Sunday-Friday. Your camper will take part in many activities, including shotgun sports, archery, canoeing, waterfowl identification and so much more! Your camper will also be invited back to participate in a dove, deer, or duck hunt in the Fall!

If you register by October 31, you will receive a $50 discount as part of our Early Bird Special! The cost of tuition does not have to be paid in full when you register! There are monthly payment plans available to ease the financial burden of sending your child to summer camp. Financial assistance is also available by contacting campwoodie@scwa.org. Be sure to include “Financial Assistance” in the subject line.

  • 2021 Weekend Family Camp: May 21-23

  • 2021 WEEK 1: Junior Camp | June 6-11

  • 2021 WEEK 2: Senior Camp | June 13-18

  • 2021 WEEK 3: Junior Camp | June 20-25

  • 2021 WEEK 4: Senior Camp | June 27-July 2

  • 2021 WEEK 5: Senior Camp | July 4-9

  • 2021 WEEK 4/5: Two-Week Senior Camp | June 27-July 9

  • 2021 WEEK 6: Junior Camp | July 11-16

  • 2021 WEEK 7: Junior Camp | July 18-23

  • 2021 WEEK 8: Senior Camp | July 25-30

  • 2021 WEEK 9: Junior Camp | August 1-6

  • 2021 WEEK 10: Junior Camp | August 8-13

Summer 2021

You can register your child for Summer 2021 today by clicking the button below! If you register by October 31, you will receive a $50 discount as part of our Early Bird Special. The cost of tuition does not have to be paid in full when you register! There are payment plans available.

Explore Camp

Take a photo tour of our world-class facility by clicking the button below. Camp Woodie features air-conditioned lodging and now boasts a waterfowl aviary and dual water zip line. We’re also constructing a new 300-person dining hall that will be ready to use for Summer 2021!

What to Know

Find out everything you need to know to prepare for your camper’s trip to Camp Woodie. View the parent handbook, terms and conditions, list of what to bring to camp, directions to camp, CILT (Camper in Leadership Training) information and more!


Camp Woodie +PLUS Fall & Winter

This year, Camp Woodie is offering lots of weekend hunt opportunities for you to take part in alongside your child. These sessions include parent/child deer hunt tournament weekends, regular SCWA duck hunts for senior campers, youth only duck hunts, and Boyd Camp parent/child duck hunts. You can read more on these Camp Woodie +PLUS hunts by downloading the brochure below.

Weekend Family Camp 2021

Camp Woodie is offering a session from May 21-23 for you to experience summer camp alongside your child 7 years of age or older. You can read more about this camp session and how to register by clicking the button below.

“Just wanted to say thank you again for the camp. The educational aspect is phenomenal, as are the facilities. As for the staff, I can’t say enough about your team’s kindness and their supportive nature towards the kids. They are a great group of role models for these children. They are kind, enthusiastic, supportive, smart, and responsible, they possess the qualities we want to instill in our children as they grow up.”

-JOHN, Camp Woodie Parent
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