Page Lemel

Owner and Executive Director

Page, owner and executive director, began leading camp in 1984. She grew up at Keystone and spent her summers as a camper, counselor, and Head Counselor before taking over the director’s position. Page currently lives at Keystone with her husband, Mark, and their three dogs, KaCey, Duke, and Apple. She and Mark have three grown children.

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Girls Come to Keystone Camp and Have Personal Growth Experiences, Build True Friendships, and Learn They Have Value to Something Larger than Themselves
Girls Come to Keystone Camp and Have Personal Growth Experiences, Build True Friendships, and Learn They Have Value to Something Larger than Themselves
Girls Come to Keystone Camp and Have Personal Growth Experiences, Build True Friendships, Learning to Trust Others, and Learn They Have Value to Something Larger than Themselves
Girls Come to Keystone Camp and Have Personal Growth Experiences, Build True Friendships, and Learn to Navigate the World Around Them
Girls Come to Keystone Camp and Have Personal Growth Experiences, Build True Friendships, and Learn They Have Value to Something Larger than Themselves
Girls Come to Keystone Camp for the Supportive Community and to be able to be themselves
Girls Come to Keystone Camp and Have Personal Growth Experiences, Build True Friendships, and Learn They Have Value to Something Larger than Themselves
Girls come to Keystone Camp to live in community, form deep friendships, and create lifelong memories
Campers come to Keystone Camp to build real face-to-face friendships and community
Girls come to camp to disconnect from technology, learn new skills, form lifelong friendships and have a ton of fun