The Michigan Elks and Lions Clubs, as well as other groups and organizations offer full and partial camperships for campers who need assistance.
1 Week Session
Camp Midicha has a staff of certified and student dieticians working for the better health of our campers. We use the carbohydrate counting method to control calories and regulate each meal to better control insulin levels. At Camp Midicha we have breakfast, mid-morning snack, lunch, afternoon snack, dinner, and nighttime snack, so you will never go hungry.
Session I is from August 1st - August 6th
Session II is from August 8th - August 13th
Session III is from August 15th - August 20th
General Camp (ages 8-13)
All Sessions - $400
Teen Camp (ages 14-16)
Sessions II and III - $435
Canoe Camp (ages 14-16)
Sessions I and III - $480
Jr. Counselors (ages 16-17)
All Sessions - $300
More About Camp
After the American Diabetes Association was formed, Camp Midicha was established in 1955. Its name is derived from the words Michigan Diabetes Children's Association. Although the Michigan Diabetes Children's Association is no longer in existence, the name Camp Midicha has become synonymous with excellence and is still used today. Camp Copneconic, the campgrounds Camp Midicha utilizes, is accredited by the American Camping Association. The American Diabetes Association operates Camp Midicha and the Camp Committee establishes camp policies. Camp Midicha has a full-time medical staff of doctors, nurses, and dietitians in residence. All of your child's diabetes care supplies will be provided: insulin, syringes, lancets, meters, and strips.
Activities & Features
Ropes Course Rock Climbing
Soccer Softball Volleyball
Swimming Canoeing Fishing Kayaking
Diabetes Management Education Mock Rock Disco Fever Aqua Jump Aqua Blob Horseback Riding