Camp Howe provides day, overnight and weekly camping programs for persons of all ages with a primary focus on creating a community in which everyone is included and has a sense of belonging. The camping experience is tailored to accommodate the skill level and changing needs of individuals for the purpose of enhancing their experiences, skills, and abilities in a totally inclusive manner. The intent of the program is to make sure that every camper is comfortable and happy with his or her achievements and limitations.
As you explore the world of summer camps, you will find that there are many opportunities available to you and your family. As a parent, you will want to choose a program that supports the values you instill at home. As youth become more independent, our program is designed to create a sense of community in which everyone is supported at their individual level.
Camp Howe promotes respect for and appreciation of the religious, racial, ethnic, social, family structure, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity and economic diversity by reflecting that diversity in its membership, leadership, and program and by eliminating institutional discrimination in summer camp. The camp program is designed to foster understanding and appreciation of individual differences, group cooperation, and understanding of differing cultural values of the campers and staff. It truly is a camp for all youth!
Our History of Excellence
Camp Howe has become known for the exceptional community created in which youth feel a sense of belonging and an active part of a community focused on the acceptance of difference of others and personal growth. The program is the only program in the entire country that has been recognized with the Eleanor P. Eels Award for program excellence twice by the American Camp Association