Camper Questions

May is here, which means camp starts next month! This is the third in a series of blog posts geared toward 1st year campers. Check out the first two if you missed them.  The first one covers opening day and … Continued


Learning the Ropes

As the summer is drawing ever closer, we hope you are getting excited to spend a few weeks with us this summer. This blog is a continuation in our series geared toward our first-year campers. It may seem a little … Continued


2021 Leader Update

We shared the news yesterday on our social media, but we wanted to update our blog as well. We’ve had a change to our 2021 Leader crew. Sadly, Jack Pavia is unable to join us this summer at Deerhorn to … Continued


His First Year at Deerhorn

We can’t it’s almost May! It won’t be long before Deerhorn will open its doors again to  hundreds of excited campers, many of them returning for another unbelievable summer of fun.  But we also have 150 campers who will be … Continued


Your 1st Day at Deerhorn

This coming summer, we have more than 150 kids who will be coming to Camp Deerhorn for the first time, more than ever before. Even those who have attended Father Son camp with their dads will find that the schedule … Continued


A Look Back at Leaders-Will Strickland

Every spring, we ask the parents of our Deerhorn Leaders to write  blog about their son’s time at Deerhorn. This year, for the first time ever, we will have 8 Deerhorn Leaders at camp. Will Strickland will be co-leading the … Continued


Che’s Lounge

As if 2020 was not already hard enough, last summer the Deerhorn Family lost someone who was near and dear to our hearts. Chetan Phadnis was someone who radiated kindness. Our staff looked up to him, he was friends with … Continued


Hopes and Plans

I read a quote once that said “Hope is the feeling you have that the feeling you have isn’t permanent.” That felt like such an accurate description of hope, holding onto the idea that no matter how hard life felt … Continued


The Long Haul

This blog is a repost of an article from the Washington Post, written by Christine Koh. It spoke to me deeply as a parent, and was a good reminder that I wasn’t alone. With warmer weather and more vaccines on … Continued