History
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The Josephine Resort initially featured two swimming pools – one for adults, and the other for children. Soon after, boating, bowling, skating, biking, and horseback riding were the other major come-ons of the restaurant-resort complex. Josephine Resort in the mid-1960’s to 80’s was the destination for school excursions, company outings, and family vacations.

After enjoying decades of popularity, Josephine Resort was due for a major facelift. New concepts in water fun for both young and old were the focus of the renovation in 1999. An architect and engineers were commissioned to fit into the resort’s new look the latest trends in water park resorts here and abroad. Christened Water Camp to project the new image, the resort proudly showcased four interconnected swimming activity pools, a 20-room inn and four family villas, and a well-maintained natural fishpond for fishing and boating activities. Water Camp became the freshwater oasis outside Manila.

The Fisherman’s Wharf outlet was completed a year after to give the resort’s guests the option to catch and grill their own fish, easily making it one of the most enticing features of the resort.

With the newest attractions at the Water Camp Resort, there is something for every member of the family to enjoy; making it the best place to spend a memorable escapade with the family.

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Meet the cheerful mascot of Water Camp, Sunny Boy. He radiates the light-hearted cheerfulness that defines Water Camp Resort, the water adventure it is willing to offer its patrons and the promise of great, frolickin’ fun.

Sunny Boy
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