ABOUT CAMP WOHELO
Please allow us to share with you a very unique, beautiful, and pristine place. Camp Wohelo, Alberta’s only all girl camp, was established in 1959 at Pigeon Lake, 45 minutes SW of Edmonton AB. Beautiful heated log buildings, comprised of the main-lodge, 8 cabins, the craft cabin, leader’s cabin, cottage, and washhouse have been very well cared for over the years by volunteers. The lodge and the cottage are accessible for all, from strollers to wheelchairs. We are accepting donations of time and/or money to build ramps on the craft cabin, leaders cabin and some cabins.
Camp Wohelo is not a specific religious camp, we promote and lead by example the acceptance and respect for all spiritual journeys, religions, and beliefs. We want to welcome as many people, from all walks of life, as possible.
Come and discover all that Camp Wohelo has to offer as a Rental Facility. The lake can be explored by canoeing, swimming, and by fishing. The grounds, trails, and paths can be skied, snow-shoed, and hiked. Gather around the large outdoor fire, with new benches – winter or summer – for sing–a-longs and the sharing of campfire foods. We even have an awesome cookbook with traditional camping recipes to share. The outdoor sanctuary welcomes you to sit in snowy beauty, or sun laced shadows, to gather together, or to reflect on your own. The revenue from renting Camp Wohelo helps us to provide the summer programs, including maintenance, well paid staff, great food, and especially camperships for needy families.