Camp Echoing Hills is an exciting Christian camping ministry for adults, teens and children with physical and/ or cognitive disabilities. Located in the hills of eastern Ohio, Camp Echoing Hills began with the vision of Rev. D. Cordell Brown, a man who has overcome the many obstacles of living with cerebral palsy. Rev. Brown was inspired to create a place where individuals with disabilities could know and experience Christ and grow spiritually, emotionally, socially, and physically.
Hand in hand with Christ, every camper at Camp Echoing Hills has opportunities to learn and achieve new things. Activities are adapted to challenge the level of ability of each camper, so that each may accomplish even more than they expect! Other activities include nature programs, outdoor living skills, swimming, sports, crafts, music, talent show, Critter Corral, campouts, cookouts, and more. Daily devotions and evening worship often include camper participation.
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