Family Camp at Camp Ho Mita Koda is a fun 3 day/2 night, getaway for families who have a child diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Families will have a chance to relax, reconnect as a family, and develop friendships with other families who truly understand the challenges that a T1D diagnosis presents. We welcome all families who have a child 17 years of age or younger that have been diagnosed with T1D. Our program is adaptive and inclusive to serve all ability levels.
Family Camp is the ultimate opportunity to experience the magic of summer camp at CHMK as a family! Through a specifically designed program, each family will be led through a session by the CHMK staff that includes a good balance of family time, kid interaction, adult socializing, off-the-wall fun, and the stillness of a spiritual retreat. Getting outside of the city will allow us all to turn the cell phones off, leave our computers, and enjoy valuable time as a family.
Upcoming Family Camp Dates
August 13-15, 2020
Cost: $750/ Person*
Individual registration required for each member of the family.
*Camp Discount do not apply to the Family Camp program.
*Every participant must sign up indivudually. Single children will not be permitted to attend the program alone.
LIFE AT FAMILY CAMP
A Typical Day
8:00am Wake-Up (optional of course)
10:00am-12:00pm Open Activities
2:00-4:00pm Open Activities
5:00pm Diabetes Education & Management
7:30pm Evening Program
8:45pm S’mores and Campfire
Each family will live in one of our cabins or have the opportunity to share a cabin with friends and other families. All cabins are equipped with beds and mattresses and are centrally located with easy access to the dining hall, central bathhouse, fire circle, and more!
Dating back to the 1930s, our Grand Hall serves as a central meeting place at camp, houses our healthcare clinic, and is home to our dining hall where you will experience delicious meals and wacky themes.
During family camp you will have the opportunity to experience a wide range of programs and activities including canoeing, kayaking, swimming, archery, challenge course, sports, campfires, fishing, group games, hikes, and so much more!
Please bring your own insulin and medical supplies with you to camp. While we do have medical personnel around and available to assist, families are responsible for the personal management of their children during the program.