Nestled on the shores of its very own ten-acre lake in the pristine Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina, Camp Ton-A-Wandah is a residential summer camp for girls. In historic Flat Rock, a few miles from Hendersonville, Ton-A-Wandah boasts 365 acres of mountainous terrain including streams, trails, and a cascading waterfall, where campers return to enjoy the refreshing summer climate year after year.
Camp Ton-A-Wandah has become a place of childhood memories for young girls everywhere since 1933. Over the past 87 years, TAW has been a summer tradition for girls from five to 16 years old, a place friendships are forged, new skills are learned and character is shaped. It is a place of discovery and challenge in the natural world; a place where girls learn who they are—and who they can be. Ton-A-Wandah, that magic place where the water falls, is the place of summer and growing up and memories that last a lifetime.
Most importantly, TAW creates a community that fosters mentorship, friendship, and sisterhood that encourages our campers to be women of substance and leaders throughout the world.
"She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future."