Camp Lakota - Session I
About the Camp
Camp Lakota, a program of the American Diabetes Association-Wisconsin office, is held at the Wisconsin Lions Camp which is located in Rosholt, WI (17 miles northeast of Stevens Point, WI) and is offered to Wisconsin residents only. This includes a sparkling lake for boating, fishing and all water activities. There is hiking, climbing walls, archery, sailing, paddle boating and many other activities. A typical day includes swimming, education, boating, arts & crafts, having fun and making new friends.
Cabins are side by side with a lounge area connecting the 2 cabins which are air conditioned, fully accessible and have modern bathrooms. Camp facilities accommodate 150 campers per week. Cabins accommodate 8-9 campers and a counselor.
At camp we have nurses, doctors, and dietitians who are assigned to each cabin of 8-9 children. American Diabetes Association's medical staff provide campers the information and skills they need to live successfully with diabetes in any situation.
We achieve your child's main goal in attending camp - having fun and meeting other kids with diabetes. Campers participate in traditional camp activities, gain independence, grow in self-confidence, discover new skills, learn respect for each other and the great outdoors.
$135 per camper (Wisconsin Residents Only)
Registration is Full
Camp is now full, however, we are still accepting applications for our waitlist. To be added to the waitlist for possible openings, please complete the online application. You must select a payment option in order for the application to be submitted. Select "Pay Entire Balance by Check" but do not mail a check. If space becomes available, you will be contacted and payment can be made at that time.
Thank you for inquiring about American Diabetes Association Camp Lakota - Session I and supporting the American Diabetes Association.
Thanks to Our Sponsors
A special "Thank You" to the Wisconsin Lions Foundation for their continued support of Camp Lakota. Thank you to Delta Dental & WPS for financially supporting Camp Lakota. We also thank BD Diabetes, Lifescan, Lilly, Novo Nordisk and sanofi for their medical supply donations. Support from companies like those listed enable 300 children with diabetes to attend camp for a nominal fee. The Wisconsin Lions Camp is accredited by the American Camp Association.