Camp Kindle was begun in the mid-1990's to provide children with HIV/AIDS with a recreational and therapuetic camping opportunity.
School Age (6-12), Adolescence (13-21)
The camp activities include arts and crafts, boating, sports, swimming, photography, dance, acting, cheerleading, ropes courses, fishing, HIV/AIDS education, wall-climbing, and discovery workshops. Evening programs include dances, lip sync contests, carnivals, luaus, camp Olympics, scavenger hunts, talent shows, and camp-outs.
Children ages 7-15 are eligible as campers, while children 16-18 are eligible for the counselor-in-training (CIT) programs at Camp Kindle.
Camp Kindle is offered at no cost to the campers or their families.
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