We look forward to welcoming campers, counselors and staff back to Camp when the health threat from COVID-19 is contained. What a great day it will be when health authorities say it’s safe for us to gather together again!
While progress is being made on the roll-out of vaccines and advances in testing, it remains unclear what kind of in-person camp programs will be possible at MHKC in 2021. Our actions in this regard will be guided by health authorities and government guidelines with an uncompromising eye toward the safest and healthiest environment for campers and staff.
Meanwhile, Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp staff is BUSY! The folks creating programs continually find new ways of serving campers and families with virtual experiences that entertain, educate and provide social interaction with staff and peers. Check out the schedule of activities by clicking on the “Programs” tab at the top of the homepage above!
At our 22-acre site on Mt Hood, we’re using this time to make many improvements to buildings and facilities. When it’s safe to gather again at camp, the campsite will be ready!
All of these activities require resources, so we are ever-grateful to individuals and entities that give to support our campers through our regular fundraisers and otherwise. Thank you!
Cabin Fever getting to you? Get away with your socially-distanced “bubble” of family or friends and experience the majesty of the Mt Hood National Forest by renting one of our lodges at MHKC! Plenty of room for everyone, completely apart from others. Take a “Bubble Break” at Camp! Click on the “Rentals” tab above for more info. It’s another way to support MHKC while doing something special for you and yours!
Stay healthy and stay tuned for more fun in the future at Mt Hood Kiwanis Camp!
MHKC has partnered with the US Forest Service to help empower children and adults with disabilities through overnight, outdoor, recreational programming. We offer eight week-long sessions of residential summer camp, two winter retreats and a family camp at our 22-acre site in the Mt. Hood National Forest.