At Camp Weloki, we offer experiences and skills that last a lifetime.
Register for our Fall/Spring Weekend Retreats and week-long Summer Camps below.
2022 Weekend Retreats
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Grade School Retreat November 4-6
High School Retreat November 18-20
Middle School Retreat December 2-4
All fall retreats held at Skyway All Events Venue, Ellsberry, Missouri
About our Weekend Retreats
Camp Weloki offers weekend retreats during the school year to introduce new girls to our program and to help keep the learning going for our returning campers. Like all skills, the life skills we teach are learned in steps and girls have to practice and refresh them in order to have the most impact. Our returning campers & parents understand that as life changes the new tools needed are built with the skills they have already learned.
Our Weekend Retreats are located at one of two locations, Camp Woodland Hills in St. Clair, MO or Skyway Farms in Elsberry, MO. Be sure to note which location your retreat is currently at.
Weekend Retreat Information
High School Weekend
Grade Levels: 9th-12th
Middle School Weekend
Grade Levels: 6th-8th
Grade School Weekend
Grade Levels: 3rd-5th
Retreat Investment: $360.00
$150 non-refundable deposit due at registration
July 3rd- July 9th 2022
July 24th- July 30th 2022
Camp Trinity Location
About our Week-Long Summer Camps
Camp Weloki for Girls offers week-long summer camps where kids can learn valuable life lessons, have crazy camp fun, and create memories of a lifetime. We know the value of girls getting away from technology and just being kids in nature. Which is why Dr. Tim Jordan started this camp. He teaches girls the everyday skills that help them succeed in life.
Like all subjects emotional intelligence skills takes practice to master and as a child grows the information gets more in-depth. Our great instructing staff along with Dr. Tim Jordan help create the safe environment so that everyday girls can learn life skills and understand the world a little better. Our returning campers & parents understand that as life changes the new tools needed are built with the skills they have already learned.