What Is Woodward Tahoe?
Woodward Tahoe is the newest location in the Camp Woodward family, which has been hosting the most action-packed summer camps for over 40 years. Snow or sunshine, we have the best parks, a one-of-a-kind indoor facility, and visiting pros who will make sure you leave camp with new tricks up your sleeve. On top of all that, you’ll make some new friends and wish you could stay at camp all summer.
Woodward Tahoe operates eleven weeks of co-ed residential summer camp for youth ages 7-17. Also we have one week specially designed for adults and one week designed for “mini” campers between the ages of 7-12. Although, anyone 7 and older are welcome to attend these weeks as well.
Woodward’s Mountain Centers operate 11 months out of the year with a primary focus on snowboarding and skiing during the winter months. Woodward Tahoe’s indoor facility is called “The Bunker” and contains skateparks, foam pits, trampolines, a state-of-the-art Digital Media Lab and more. We operate daily programs both inside the facility and at Boreal Mountain Resort, as well as lessons, winter camps and season-long programs.
Founded in 1970 in rural central Pennsylvania, Camp Woodward facilities host thousands of aspiring and professional action sports, gymnastics and cheer athletes from around the world, including current and future Olympians and Professional athletes. Woodward expanded its properties to include Mountain Centers at Copper Mountain, Colorado (2009) and Boreal Mountain Resort in Truckee, California (2012).