A strong sense of family prevails at Romaca. This allows our campers to encourage, support and fortify relationships based upon the simple fact that each of us has something positive to contribute. We encourage our campers to be responsible for themselves and for others through an enriched climate of an active, productive camp community. It is the Romacan philosophy that the camping experience should be dynamic, full of fun, and that camp should be a wonderful place to learn.
Camp Romaca is dynamic because of an active, many-faceted program that is led by enthusiastic, skilled staff who have a positive, forward-looking approach to daily life. The campers have fun participating in sports, running, performing, laughing and singing around a campfire and sleeping out under the stars. Camp Romaca is a wonderful place to learn because so many adults have the time, patience and skills to teach in its beautiful, natural setting, surrounded by excellent facilities
Campers are provided with the opportunity to learn and practice the skills of getting along with others, thereby finding happiness in-group living. A strong stance is taken against "put-downs" and the formation of "cliques" at Camp Romaca. Our older campers act as big sisters to the younger girls, thereby gaining a concept of parenting and fostering lifelong friendships. We believe that camp should be a happy place. We want our girls to be able to grow in all aspects of childhood. It is our desire that Romaca campers become independent, constructive and self-confident young women, able to face the realities of life, to handle success, to take and understand failures and to have a positive, healthy approach to daily life.