Camp Waldemar for Girls - Information, Reviews, Ratings
Camp Waldemar for Girls
Avg. Customer Review (3.3 Stars): 3 Stars
Number of Reviews: 3

Description
Resource id #12

Camp Location

Hunt Texas
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Camp type: Day and Overnight
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Phone: 830-238-4821
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

#1 Girls Camp!, Nov 04, 2010
reviewer: Camper1995 from Texas
I attended Camp Waldemar as a camper for eight summers and they were the best summers of my life! Waldemar's mission is for the girls to grow "spiritually, mentally and physically" and I can honestly say that I grew tremendously in all of those areas. I felt closer to God at Waldemar in the summer than anywhere else. Sitting in Tejas Chapel on Sunday mornings was one of the most peaceful settings I have ever been in my life. I grew mentally and physically through all of the activities Waldemar offers and the friendships I made throughout the years. I am still very close with the girls I went to camp with and will be for life! Though I am no longer a camper, I feel very blessed to have attended Waldemar for those eight summers and very excited for the campers who will attend in the future!


0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

#1 Camp for Girls!, Nov 04, 2010
reviewer: Camper1995 from Texas
I attended Camp Waldemar as a camper for eight summers and I can say that it truly changed my life! Waldemar's mission is to grow "spiritually, mentally, and physically" and I can honestly say I grew in all of those areas throughout my camp experience. I felt closer to God at Waldemar than anywhere else and I hope to get married at Waldemar someday with it's beautiful surroundings. I grew mentally and physically through all of the activities camp offered and the many friendships that I still have today. Waldemar is by far the #1 girls camp and I think all of the girls who attend are so blessed!


3 of 9 people found the following review helpful:

Terrible Experience, Aug 31, 2010
reviewer: Momoftoo from New York, NY
All I can say is they promise they promote Christian values, and they most certainly do not. We were misled by the slick sales pitch and testimonials from former campers. Times have changed as their standards have really declined. Our daughter was neglected and traumatized by her experience there. I would avoid this place at all costs.


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