We offer children and adults with disabilities an opportunity to leave behind their routine lives and taste the freedom of the outdoors - to go beyond limits that they, and others, have set for them. We provide a caring, welcoming environment where campers are challenged to do their best, yet their special and personal needs are met. For counselors who work with campers one-on-one, it's often a life-changing experience. For campers, it’s "a little piece of heaven".
Activities include the challenge/ropes course, horseback riding, fishing, hiking, arts and crafts, swimming, and a dance and campfire program at the main camp, as well as canoeing, swimming and fishing at Trillium Lake.
Wilderness Adventure and Canoeing are progressive programs designed for campers who desire a more adventurous camping experience. Professionals in education and allied health services as well as a full-time nurse are on staff.
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