BREAK IN AND THEFT It saddens us deeply to report that our camp facility was broken into and a number of items were stolen. As far as we can determine this occured between March 23rd and April 19th, 2020. What was stolen gives the appearance the camp was raided for COVID-19 supplies. Click here for more information.

COVID-19 For the safety of our youth, families and communities, Camp Tamarack will not be providing a summer camp in 2020. We are currently in the process of developing an online academic land-based learning camp experience.

Care ~ Connect ~ Empower


To provide a wilderness land-based learning summer program for children and teens facing educational barriers in a safe therapeutic environment.


  • To prevent academic regression over the summer.
  • To develop social and recreational skills so the students will be better able to integrate into activities in their home communities and schools.
  • To provide the students with responsible and successful experiences to raise their levels of self-esteem.
  • To develop skills leading to more independence as a student.

Our Name

Once upon a time there was a tree in a forest. But, what does a tree have to do with kids? This tree, the Tamarack, is special, just like the children we help through the Camp Tamarack program. We care for, connect with and empower our special kids to grow into the very best person they can be. 

The Tamarack tree, unlike most trees with needle like leaves, loses its foliage in the fall and through the winter stands apart from the rest of the trees because of its apparent lifelessness. Given the right environment, however, it will blossom forth to become one of the most majestic trees in the forest.

Like the Tamarack tree in winter, children with educational barriers also stand apart, marked by the differences between them and other children. Camp Tamarack exists to change that by providing a nourishing environment with successful experiences in academics, sports and self-esteem to help them grow.

“A Summer of Learning – A Summer to Remember”