We are a private, non-profit organization established and dedicated to serving the recreational needs of adults and children with intellectual and other developmental disabilities.
Located on 116 beautiful acres in Houston County, MN, Camp Winnebago lends itself to many of nature�s finest activites: hiking our bluffs and trails, fishing for trout in the Winnebago Creek and camping out at Hidden Hope Island.
We also have a swimming pool, barn and nature building, sports field, picnic area, music and crafts rooms, a large dining hall and modern cabins.
A network of sidewalks and ramps make for easy access to all camp buildings and program areas. We are a private, non-profit organization established and dedicated to serving the recreational needs of adults and children with developmental disabilities.
All individuals with developmental disabilities, six years of age and older are eligible to attend.
Our Mission: To enhance, through a diversity of experiences, the self-worth, independence, and quality of life of people with developmental disabilities. Our camp staff is Camp Winnebago�s strongest asset. This dedicated and enthusiastic group of young people is specifically recruited and trained to work with individuals with developmental disabilities.
Our camper to staff ratio is approximately two to one, although other arrangements maybe made based on an individual ability level, to ensure a quality experience.
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