Willow Lake has been under the same family ownership for over 30 years offering healthy summer experiences filled with personal growth, character development and fun. Willow Lake is small in size and big in heart. Our directors love working with kids and unconditionally believe in the impact camp can have on everyone involved.
Wendy has a master’s degree in education and was a teacher for 20 years before becoming the full time owner and director of Willow Lake in 1996. Willow Lake Day Camp has been in her family since 1980. Wendy has seen firsthand the positive impact a camp experience has on children- developing independence, confidence and competence. The mother of 3 children herself, Wendy realizes that selecting an appropriate camp program can be difficult. She is happy to answer any questions and discuss any concerns you might have regarding Willow Lake specifically or your child’s readiness to begin a day camp experience.
Charles Maltzman has spent his entire life at camp and is thrilled to be part of the Willow Lake family. His extensive background in day and resident camp make him a valuable friend and advisor to our campers, staff and parents. Charles is passionate about camp and is committed to providing a healthy, safe and fun camp experience. He is actively involved with American Camp Association and is a former member of the Tri-State Conference Steering Committee and a former committee member of SCOPE, an organization that helps send disadvantaged kids to camp. Charles and his wife Lori have two young girls who will be Willow Lake campers for many years.