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Camp Carolina Trails

MapYMCA Camp Hanes, 1225 Camp Hanes Road
King, NC 27021
919-743-5400 ext 3217
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  • Residential Camps
  • Special Needs
  • YMCA

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June 12-18, 2016 - residential. The American Diabetes Association Camp Carolina Trails is an exciting week of summer fun for boys and girls entering grades 3 through 11. Camp includes many sports and activities such as swimming, hiking, canoeing, and arts and crafts. It will be held at YMCA Camp Hanes on 400 acres next to Hanging Rock State Park. Nestled on a quiet hillside in the heart of Sauertown Mountains, Camp Hanes is a perfect setting for a week of adventure, education and friendship. The residential camp currently houses 180 youth. Campers are housed in well maintained cabins with adult chaperones. Experienced personnel include a complete medical staff of pediatric endocrinologists, physician assistants, registered nurses and registered dietitians, many of whom are also certified diabetes educators.

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