Frequently Asked Questions about Camp Erin

Frequently Asked Questions about Camp Erin:

The big difference between the two camps is that children and teens attend Camp Erin, while entire families are welcome at Camp Carousel. Both are sleep-over camps with plenty of outdoor activities. both have professional and volunteer grief specialists who are very experience in working with children, teens and families.

No, Camp Erin is open to the community. While children of families who received care from hospice may attend, camp is open to any family in our area who has experienced the death of a loved one.

There is no charge to the campers, thanks to the generosity of many local organizations and individuals who have gifted their time and money and to the many volunteers who help prepare for and run the camp.

No. Our camp has cabins, a wonderful dining hall and extensive grounds. They will be comfortable.