Where Spirits Fly: The Story of Camp Knutson
Camp Knutson has provided a nurturing place for children and adults with disabilities and medical needs to find acceptance, support and love for more than 65 years. Where Spirits Fly offers a narrative of camp’s rich history and glimpses into the lives of the children it serves.
Read inspiring stories of confidence gained by children with visual impairments who learned to water-ski in the 1950s; of the relief and acceptance kids with heart disease feel after meeting new friends with surgery scars similar to their own; of the sheer joy of being able to participate in typical childhood activities that individuals with medical conditions often find challenging.
The heartwarming stories detail the camp's history of changing lives, the individuals it serves and the everyday grassroots community efforts that continue to keep the camp thriving.
Where Spirts Fly: The Story of Camp Knutson is a 120-page hard cover in a photo-rich, coffee-table format, written by Camp Knutson Volunteers.
Each page brings to life Camp Knutson’s vision of providing a nurturing place for individuals with disabilities and/or fragile health conditions to find acceptance, support and love.
If you are interested in a copy of Where Spirits Fly, contact our office.