CAMP IMUA REIMAGINED!

Since 1976, Camp Imua has been a place where children ages 6-16 with a range of special needs or disabilities can enjoy a week of recreational experiences allowing them to be themselves in a supportive and inclusive environment free from judgment. Campers participate in activities that they may not otherwise have the opportunity to experience.  Campers enjoy a range of activities like horseback riding, swimming, surfing, kayaking, hiking, arts & crafts, music, dance, tumbling, and ice cream social, a glow party, concerts, a talent show, outdoor movies, helicopter tours, zip-lining, climbing and much more! This year’s Camp Imua Reimagined will look and feel a bit different from years past, but it will include just as much fun and excitement!See the information below to sign up, and please don’t hesitate to contact us.


REGISTRATION LINKS

Please pay close attention to the age ranges, dates, and locations which differ for each weekend.

COUNSELOR REGISTRATION

Counselor Registration for all weekends (16+) – click here

CAMPER REGISTRATION

Campers – ages 6, 7, & 8 at Camp Olowalu (tentalows): October 10-11, 2020

Campers – ages 9, 10, & 11 at Camp Olowalu (tentalows): October 3-4, 2020

Campers – ages 12 and up on Lanai (tent camping): October 24-25, 2020

Please contact our Camp Manager with any camp-related questions or requests for assistance: campimua@imuafamily.org. If you would like to support Camp Imua click here.


Where:

Two locations – Lanai for children 12 years and up. Camp Olowalu for the younger kiddos.

When:

October 3-4: Campers ages 9-19

October 10-11: Campers ages 6-8

October 17-18: Campers ages 12-14

October 24-25: Campers ages 15-16

Who:

In order to comply with State and County rules, Camp Imua Reimagined will be conducted in groups of 10. Registration opens June 1, 2020. Priority will be given to Campers who held reservations for the cancelled June dates. Each weekend, activities and meals will be overseen by 10 counselors and 5 adult leaders.

Activities will include tie-dying camp t-shirts, outdoor games, fishing, kayaking, BBQ, campfire, campfire songs, s’mores, and crafting. There will be plenty of time for additional activities. A small library will be provided by Imua Family Services to provide bed time stories, games, and craft activities that will appeal to the various interests of the campers. The goal is to foster connections between campers and counselors as well as friendships amongst the campers themselves. Small groups make for deep connections – we are looking forward to creating community through comradery at Camp Imua Reimagined!

Please contact our Camp Manager with any camp-related questions or requests for assistance: campimua@imuafamily.org.