Family Camp

Camp Has No Age Limit!

When you’re here at Camp Ho Mita Koda, you not only have a full slate of recreational camp activities at your disposal, you also spend your days surrounded by the natural beauty and magic of CHMK. While we have plenty to offer during each Family Camp experience, you can choose what you wish to do with your time. We offer a world unto itself – a place where time seems to pass more slowly, causing you to wonder what decade you’re in.

Family Camp at Camp Ho Mita Koda is a fun 3 day/2 night getaway for families who have a child diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes.  Through a specifically designed program, each family will be led through a session by the CHMK staff that includes a good balance of family time, kid interaction, adult socializing, off-the-wall fun, and the stillness of a spiritual retreat. Most importantly though, your family will get to spend time together, building deeper relationships and meeting other families who will quickly become your lifelong ‘camp friends’. 

Upcoming Family Camp Dates

July 18 – 20, 2024 (Michigan)
August 30 – September 1, 2024 (Ohio)

Cost: $125 / Person

*Discounts do not apply to the Family Camp program.

*Every participant must enroll individually. Single children will not be permitted to attend the program without adult supervision.  

*Families will share a cabin with other family units.

*Children 3 and under are free.


Life At CHMK

A Typical Day

8:00am Wake-Up (optional of course)
8:30am Breakfast
10:00am-12:00pm Open Activities
12:30pm Lunch
2:00-4:00pm Open Activities
4:00- Parent Happy Hour 
5:00pm Free Time
6:00pm Dinner
7:30pm Evening Program / Diabetes Education
8:30pm S’mores and Campfire


Each family will take up residence in one of our cabins and will have the opportunity to share a cabin with friends and/or other families to build community. All cabins are equipped with up to 10 beds/mattresses and are centrally located with easy access to the dining hall, central bathhouse, fire circle, and more!

Great Hall

Dating back to the 1930s, our Great Hall serves as a central meeting place at camp, houses our healthcare clinic, and is home to our dining hall where you will experience delicious meals and wacky themes.

Program Areas

At camp, you will have the opportunity to experience a wide range of programs and activities, including canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddleboarding, swimming, archery, tomahawk throwing, challenge course, sports, campfires, fishing, group games, hikes, and so much more!

Medical Care

Please bring your insulin and medical supplies with you to camp. Medical personnel will be available to assist; however, families are responsible for the personal management of their children during the program. General first aid supplies and OTC meds are available.

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