Camp Kudzu is proud to provide Sprouts Day Camp:
Sprouts Day Camp is a place where young campers living with type 1 diabetes can learn more about their disease, meet other children who have similar healthcare needs and simply have fun. Campers ages 5-9 years old are eligible to attend our five-day day camp program. Campers arrive at approximately 9:00am and are picked-up at 4:00pm each day.
Sprouts Day Camp calls the campus of the High Meadows School its summer home. The five-day program runs in conjunction with High Meadows Camp, an outdoor-themed summer day camp gem quietly nestled on 40 acres of meadows and woodlands that boasts a 35-year program history just outside of Historic Roswell.
Campers will be placed by age into the Grasshoppers (rising kindergarten), Juniors (rising 1st and 2nd grade), and Super Seniors (rising 3rd and 4th grade), and, pardon the pun, jump into a full day of activities. The program includes an active day of swimming, sports and games, arts and crafts, trips to the farm, and many more exciting and age-appropriate activities. Our camper groups will have several Camp Kudzu volunteer counselors, familiar with the needs of children living with diabetes, and a credentialed medical volunteer assigned to them for the week. Each camper will bring his/her own lunch from home and eat after a visit with our clinicians for blood glucose checking and planning on how to manage the carbs in lunch.
Interested in transportation options for the program? Please let us know. By sharing your desire/need for transportation, we can make an informed decision about pick up and drop off points for campers. Please email Whitney LeHew, Outreach and Program Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost: $350 with a nonrefundable $50 deposit at the time of registration. Camp scholarships are available for families needing assistance. Camp fees should never get in the way of a child benefiting from a Camp Kudzu experience. Scholarship Policy