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Therapeutic Recreation and Camp Little Giant - Creating memories and smiles since 1952.
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Adventure Education - Rock climbing, team building, zip lining and more.

Wilderness First Responder 2020 - Full Course and Recertification

WFR-2020Touch of Nature is one of the few host sites in the Midwest to offer Wilderness First Responder training. This type of high-intensity, comprehensive training is ideal for students and other outdoor professionals and enthusiasts.  Registration is now open for the full course, Jan. 2-10, with recertification, Jan 11-13.  Food and lodging options are available.  Information and registration is available here

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Now Hiring a Summer Adventure Program Leader

Touch of Nature is looking for an Adventure Program Leader (APL) to assist in the program planning, promotion and evaluation of participants in specialized outdoor activities.  This person will help lead Touch of Nature's EdVenture Summer Camps.  Find out more information here

2020 How Sweet it is Winter Mini Camp

Winter Mini Camp

It's a weekend of wintry fun, Feb. 14-15 for ages 7-12.  Campers will learn about harvesting maple sap and have other fun while their parents enjoy a romantic weekend.  Visit the camps page and register your camper here.  

April 18, 2020 - The Camp Little Giant Golf Scramble

CLG Golf Scramble

We're pleased to announce the first ever Camp Little Giant Golf Scramble, Saturday, April 18 at Keller's Crossing in Makanda.  The event is to help support Camp Little giant, our annual residential camp for children and adults with disabilities. We're currently seeking flag sponsors for both the front and back nine.  Find out information and how you can support the Camp Little Giant Golf Scramble

 

 

 

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