Most camp sessions are 2 weeks long and are run by volunteers who are the cooks, counselors, directors, and teachers. This is how the camper fee is kept to a minimum. There are 10 rustic cabins that become the temporary homes for campers and staff. The camper experience often leads to lifelong friendships. Campers attend Bible classes and devotionals daily, as well as other classes, which include crafts, nature study and athletic activities. Campers learn to appreciate the nature around them as they are required to “unplug” from all technology. Devotionals are held at different campfire sites throughout the grounds, with singing and a time of reflection There are also daily group activities that campers enjoy, such as capture the flag, water balloon volleyball, and tubing and swimming in Robinson Creek, which flows through the grounds of WCYC.