Diabetes Camps - Minnesota

Camp Chicagami

For more information, please contact Dave Burland at (218) 744-4683
www.chicagami.com
Camp Manager: (218) 780-8963
E-mail: campchic@accessmn.com
Camp Chicagami
3775 Scout Camp Road
Eveleth, MN 55734

Camp Chicagami offers weekend camping retreats for kids with diabetes and their families living in Minnesota.

Camp Needlepoint

Becky Martin, Camp Director
American Diabetes Association, MN Area
715 Florida Ave. S. Suite 307
Minneapolis, MN 55426
1-888-DIABETES (MN only) ext. 6596
1-763-593-5333 ext. 6596

Camp Needlepoint is a progressive residential camp for ages 8 to 17. Programs tailored to specific age levels ensure the best possible experience for every camper. For example, first-time campers have fun in a stable, structured program, while older campers welcome the challenge of canoeing or sailing adventures.  Camp Needlepoint runs in two sessions from August 11 - 17, 2013 and from August 18 - 24, 2013.

Camp Daypoint

Becky Martin, Camp Director
American Diabetes Association, MN Area
715 Florida Ave. S. Suite 307
Minneapolis, MN 55426

Camp Daypoint is a day camp adventure for ages 5 to 9 that runs from August 11 - 16, 2013. The perfect introduction to camp, Camp Daypoint is non-stop fun in a comforting environment. Small groups, each with two leaders, give youngsters the attention they need during swimming, crafts, hikes, games and other activities. 
1-888-DIABETES (MN only) ext. 6596
1-763-593-5333 ext. 6596

Reviewed by dLife Staff 03/13.

Last Modified Date: December 03, 2013

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