Posted on June 19, 2017. Category: WCS News
Summer is finally upon us! There’s still some time to enroll your child in Camp Cuheca’s summer camping experience! Last year we expanded our camp to 50 campers per week while still maintaining a high ratio of staff to campers. Our goal is to keep our campers having fun and engaged in animal therapy and outdoor adventures all day! Waterford Country School’s 300 acre woodland campus boasts trails, tent campsites, lakes, a farm, a wildlife rehab center, exotic animal center and staff and counselors that are trained to help every child succeed.
Check out the video from Camp Cuheca 2016, pick the week(s) that work for you and get that paperwork in!!! Camper spots are limited!
Find all the information you need to enroll your child at Camp Cuheca on theh Summer Camp page. See the Camp Cuheca page here.
Posted on July 5, 2016. Category: WCS News
Summer has arrived!
This summmer marks the 5th Anniversary of Camp Cuheca’s return at Waterford Country School. Our 2016 summer day camp features new animals, new adventures on the challenge course and day tent camping.
Camp Cuheca is expanding not only the activities available on Waterford Country
The view at the Water’s Edge campsite
School’s beautiful woodland campus, but also the amount of local children who will be able to come. Last year the camp provided summer recreation for 36 campers and this year nearly 50 slots are available for children in the surrounding community. With another week added, there are now 7 weeks of summer camp from July 5-August 19. Children are provided lunch and two snacks daily. Transportation assistance
and scholarship monies raised from Kabaret’s Fund-a-Need fundraiser and a local grant will help more families be able to send their kids to camp this year.
Our thanks go out to Don Concascia and Boy Scout Troop 93 in Uncasville and Mingfei Duan and Troop 7 in East Lyme for their assistance in clearing and building firepits for our 6 new tented campsites. Camp Turtle, Camp Eagle, Camp Bear, The Pines, The Hillside and Water’s Edge are now individual sites for campers to meet in the morning, regroup and work on group initiatives with their counselor. WCS Maintenance crew did a great job building platforms and installing tents to make this “day camping” experience even more amazing for our campers. From the vision of Executive Director, Bill Martin, to the dedication of the WCS staff and the support of community members like the Boy Scout Troops…Camp Cuheca just keeps getting better and better!
Tented campsites for all 6 groups of Campers!
Many thanks to our campsite clearing crews!