August 6-10, 2018 (Day Camp: grades K-3) – St. Paul, MN
Registration opens March 1st – July 1st deadline
Camp Odayin’s Day Camp is for children with heart disease that are in grades K-3, who would benefit from connecting with other young people who may share similar health, emotional, and social concerns. The program is Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Camper eligibility is determined upon recommendation by a pediatric cardiologist and approval by the Camp Odayin Medical Director. The camp director and your child’s cardiologist can help you assess if your child should attend camp. The actual cost to Camp Odayin is $600 per child, but the only charge to a camper is $25.
Camper applications are available in early March, and are due July 1st. Registrations are processed on a first come, first served basis. After your child’s registration is complete, you will receive packing lists and additional details. Please contact us to request to be on our mailing list.
As part of the registration process, campers need to receive a general physical exam from a pediatrician (not their cardiologist) within one year of the first day of camp. For Day Campers, this is due July 1st.
Download the Physical Exam Form (276 KB)
August 7-11, 2017 (Day Camp: grades K-3) – PHOTO ALBUM
Camp Odayin’s Day Camp is located at Dodge Nature Center in West St. Paul, Minnesota. Located on 320 acres of diverse landscape, Dodge Nature Center offers a variety of experiences with over five miles of hiking trails, prairie and oak savanna restoration projects, bridges over small streams and a 550 foot boardwalk across a large pond. The Nature Center also includes a demonstration farm, apple orchard, apiary and unique classrooms.
A sample day at Camp Odayin
- 9:00 AM Drop-Off
- 9:05 AM Flag
- 9:15 AM Activity 1 (arts and crafts, group games, nature, etc.)
- 10:00 AM Activity 2
- 10:30 AM Snack
- 10:45 AM Dodge Nature Center program
- 12:00 PM Lunch
- 1:00 PM Activity 3
- 1:45 PM Activity 4
- 2:30 PM Snack
- 3:00 PM Pick Up
Camp Odayin serves all people regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status.