Camp Knutson is a supportive, medically-sound camp for individuals with disabilities, medical conditions and other identified needs. We partner with other organizations to host camps for youth and adults with identified needs such as autism, heart disease, skin conditions, Down syndrome, burn survivors, HIV/AIDS and youth experiencing homelessness.

Our beautiful, updated 30-acre campus is nestled between the pristine waters of Lower Whitefish and Big Trout lakes. Open year-round, our modern facilities and beautiful north-woods setting make us the perfect location for retreats, conferences, social gatherings, meetings or training events September through May.

2021 COVID-19 Update: Thank you for your continued patience and understanding during this unprecedented time.  We are busy planning a variety of options for our retreats, camps and events in 2021. Please continue to visit this page for updates as we make plans while keeping the health of our campers, staff and volunteers our primary focus. We anticipate having more information regarding summer camps in early March. We wish you all good health and happiness in this New Year.

If you would like to schedule a future retreat at Camp Knutson or have questions regarding on campus activities, please call or email us to learn more. 

Camp Knutson's 34th Annual Quilt Auction
Please join our virtual fundraising events: Night Under the Stars and the Annual Quilt Auction. These events will help keep Camp Knutson strong for the future.
Lake
Beautiful, lakeside accommodations with modern amenities for retreats, meetings and social events.
Beading
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Ally
The Journey
“My journey with camp has given me the hope to dream, confidence to achieve my dreams and courage to embrace the future.”
~ Ally, former camper, former summer staff, program coordinator for the American Academy of Dermatology’s Camp Discovery

Camp Knutson is dedicated to nurturing the well-being
of persons with identified needs in a setting that
celebrates God’s love for community and creation.