No camp scheduled for summer of 2023! See you on the lake in 2024!!
CLOVES Family Camp is an annual opportunity that focuses on community, connection, relaxation and fun.
In 2020, CLOVES Family Camp was renamed Betsy’s Camp, in memory of an exceptional woman, Betsy Lewis, who lived her life with CLOVES Syndrome. Betsy’s presence, and the way she lived her life, made a huge impact on all of us in the CLOVES community.
Betsy was an elementary school teacher for 30 years. Her work with children touched an incredible number of people. Betsy and her husband Chris led an adventurous life and traveled the world, in spite of her physical challenges. Her adventures continued when she became a mom to daughters Daisy and Rosie.
By making time to play, create space for adventures and spend time together at Betsy’s Camp, we hope to honor Betsy’s life and her memory for many years to come.
Registration for 2024 Betsy’s Camp will begin in February of 2024
What families are saying about CLOVES Family Camp:
“The accommodations were fantastic.”
“I no longer feel so alone.”
“All the staff were super attentive to the needs of those who participated in camp. My son spent an unforgettable weekend. My family and I enjoyed the presence and shared experiences with others.”
“This event has touched my heart and I have learned so much meeting others that are going through the same situation.”
“The people were the best part.”
“Zebra Crossings did a fantastic job!! They were so helpful and encouraging the entire time. I only wish we could have all stayed longer.”
“I enjoyed all the activities and our group talks. I found everyone to be so helpful. It was great exchanging information from other parents. I learned a lot at camp from everyone. I truly appreciate all of them.”
“I had FUN!!!!”
“Attending CLOVES Family Camp was a fun, positive, new experience for our family. It was such a special time and we look forward to doing it again.”
“I loved the rock wall!”
“Very relaxing, fun times, and great memories!”
“CLOVES family camp is the perfect way to meet and get encouragement from other families. Camp is an easy way to relax, learn and grow. It’s a laid back weekend meant specifically to help families meet and share a little bit of life together.”