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Program Details


Activities Offered
  • Camp
  • Canoeing
  • Kayaking
  • Various Recreational Activities
Participants Served
  • Age range of participants: 8 to 16

Membership Fees
  • Fee to participate in the Program :

  • Accessible by Public Transportation: No

  • Transportation Provided by the Program: No


The Hearing Impaired Week Session is a tradition that some say is our "best week of summer". Many families and friends of our hearing impaired campers never want to miss this session.

Core camp activities are open to all campers and include the following:

  • Canoeing and kayaking - one of camp's most popular activities. A certified lifeguard teaches the class. Canoeing is held in our natural spring and creek. Campers learn the basics of canoe navigation and safety in a fun and creative program. During the two week session, campers take a three mile canoe trip on the Wakulla River, spotting Florida's abundant wildlife, including an endangered manatee or two.
  • Archery - Campers are taught basic target shooting skills with an emphasis on safety and resposibility. A trained instructor teaches the class on our new range. A variety of compund bows are available to meet each camper's needs.
  • Swimming - All campers take swimming instruction while at camp unless advanced swimming skills are demonstrated. All swimming classes are taught in the camp swimming pool by certified lifeguards. Every afternoon, campers will be allowed to swim in our fresh water spring. Campers will only be allowed to swim on the deep side of the spring if they have demonstrated strong swimming skills. Certified lifeguards are on watch during all free swims.