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Camp Odayin

Camp Odayin

What we're all about...

Camp Odayin provides fun, safe and supportive camp experiences and community building opportunities for young people with heart disease and their families. The cost to attend is $0-$25.

Depending on COVID-19 restrictions, note that camp programs may be modified, may be available virtually, or may be cancelled.

We hold residential and day programs in the summer for children in grades 1-11. Our camp locations are in Crosslake MN and Elkhorn, WI. In the Fall, we hold Family Camp for families with a heart child in 12th grade or younger (no minimum age). Winter Camp is an unique weekend program for campers that joined us the previous summer.

Moms Retreat and Dads Day are programs in MN and WI for parents of children with heart disease. In addition, throughout the year, Camp Odayin provides educational activities and support for campers and their families.

Our camp programs are supported by skilled volunteers, including nurses, cardiologists, and camp counselors, many of whom faithfully return year after year.

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Contact us

Camp Odayin

Kris Lukkarila, Office Manager

651-351-9185

6511-351-9187

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Our camp address

Camp Odayin

3503 High Point Drive N, Suite 250

Oakdale

MN

55128

Founded:

2001

Type:

Day & Overnight

Age Range:

Grades 0-12

Campers:

Co-ed

Lodging:

provided

Capacity:

no limit

Accreditation

ACA accredited for summer residential camp

What we offer...

Activities

Connecting with other heart children, camp games, swimming, canoeing, arts & crafts, climbing wall, horseback riding, talent show, camp songs, color wars, obstacle course.

Cost & Sessions

$0-$25 to attend a session.

Camp Q&A

How do we screen staff?

Ratio of campers to staff?

What are our safety & security policies?

How do we handle disciplinary issues?

What medical resources are available?

What's our typical daily schedule?

How do we help campers with homesickness?

What percentage of campers return to camp?

What kind of food is served?

Can parents visit camp?

How do campers communicate with parents?

Are references available?

What's our policy regarding phones and digital devices?

Is tuition assistance available?