Founded in 1922, this sleep-away camp services at-risk and special needs kids. Participants do sports, swimming, arts and crafts, and have daily academic lessons in a therapeutic environment with a 1:1 counselor-to-camper ratio. The campers include children on the autistic spectrum, as well as those with other behavioral and emotional needs.
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