2020 Camp Freedom July 17-19


Camp Freedom is a typical camp experience for anyone age 10 and older. A low camper to staff ratio allows all campers to engage in exciting outdoor activities including" archery, fishing, bonfires and swimming in the pool or lake. Campers will also spend time growing in faith, worship and Bible study. Camp Freedom is a unique weekend where trained volunteer staff encourage each camper to learn, play and try something new. Camp Freedom is a place where individuals with intellectual developmental and physical disabilities can focus on their unique abilities and have an amazing weekend.


This event is open to anyone 10 and older with developmental or intellectual disabilities. For more information, please read the FAQ questions below.

Registration opens February 15

Leader registration is open Feb 15


Leader registration is open from February 9 through July-20.


1. What do sleeping arrangements look like?

Campers stay in the bunk houses along with their staff counselor. Campers and staff do not share beds.

2. What kind of supervision will there be?

Each camper will be assigned to a counselor who has been screened and background checked. Their counselors work as a team to ensure each camper has full time supervision.

3. What kind of medical care is provided?

Our medical staff over sees medication and other minor medical procedures. If this is your first year attending camp, please contact us to discuss if we are equipped to handle medical needs.

4. When is camper drop off?

Drop off will begin at 1:30 p.m. on July 17. This is earlier than years past. Specific times and details will be sent in July.

5. When is pick up?

Our closing program will be at 1:30 p.m. We encourage all parents/caregivers to arrive in time to enjoy the program before leaving with your camper at 2 p.m.

6. What do campers need to bring to Camp Freedom?

We will send a full list closer to camp time – but a few important things to remember:

i. Any assistive communication device the camper is familiar with

ii. Any assistive mobility devices. Camp requires a lot of walking. If you have a walker or stroller or wheelchair you use occasionally, please bring it to camp.

7. Can Camp Freedom accommodate special diets?

Our kitchen staff at Country Lake can meet the needs of most campers. If a camper requires additional accommodations, we'll be happy to store and administer food brought by your family.


If you have questions, please contact us at Disabilities@secc.org, or 502.253.8126.