Programs and Activities

Military and Family

Through our work with the Indiana Department of Child Services, the Indiana National Guard, and the Wounded Warrior Project, we’re offering innovative programming to aid in rehabilitation and reintegration efforts. We serve hundreds of at-risk youth, military families, and veterans each year.

Family Battle Buddies weekend retreats aim to enhance family to family support and resiliency through shared recreation. Project Odyssey helps veterans overcome combat stress through outdoor, rehabilitative retreats that connect nature, peers, and trained counselors. Project Wolf is a 20-week course for youth and their legal guardians to build competencies within the family structure.

Learn more about these partners

Recreational Therapy

We operate Camp Riley with support from Rileys Children's Foundation. We strive to give each camper a unique experience through therapeutic activities like archery, arts and crafts, basketball, canoeing, music, scuba diving, swimming, waterskiing, and low- and high-ropes courses.

Our summer camps support each camper’s medical, physical, and social needs.  Campers are specifically paired with others who have similar needs.


During your stay, you are welcome to enjoy, explore, and hike the property.

The following activities require the use of our lifeguards and/or staff and must be arranged at least four weeks prior to your event. Each member of your group must complete our Participant Agreement form to participate. Minors must have the release signed by a parent/legal guardian. Guests will not be allowed to participate in any activities if we do not have a completed Participant Agreement form on file.

While participating in our activities, all participants must wear closed-toe shoes. For water-based activities, sandals that stay on the foot or water shoes may be used.

We have a 10-person minimum requirement for these activities.