Camp Waldo takes place at a recently renovated camp built in the 1940s in Summers County West Virginia. Our recently renovated facilities are located in the big bend of the Greenbrier River. The camp has a beautiful dining hall, a teaching laboratory, a new basketball court, an outdoor stage, a cultivated vegetable and flower garden, a greenhouse, bee hives, and miles of forested trails.

Check out our gorgeous camp in the photos below.

Camp Waldo is a program of Appalachian Headwaters, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to helping improve communities, forests, and streams in central Appalachia. 

Appalachian Headwaters’ programs include community beekeeping, mined land ecological restoration, and native plant horticulture — all designed and implemented to create local, long-term jobs and educate the community on ecology, conservation, and sustainability. Camp Waldo operates out of the same site as our Appalachian Beekeeping Collective program. 

Learn more at www.appheadwaters.org.