Losing Well

Last week, I shared an article that really spoke to me as a parent. You can read the whole article HERE. She told the story of her 12 year-old son, after a devastating loss to a much better team. “After … Continued


The Hardest Choice

Well, friends, the big day has arrived. This is the day we both look forward to and also dread. We hand out exciting new to four lucky Deerhorn campers, and we have to gently break the news to 30+ others. … Continued


A Look Back at Leaders-Nate Tanner

The final post in our Look Back Series is Nate Tanner, Leader of the 2019 Iroquois. Here’s what his parents have to say when reflecting back on his years at Deerhorn. Our son Nate returns to Deerhorn for his leader … Continued


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. They can be found HERE and HERE.  … Continued


A Look Back at Leaders-Dale

Our Look Back at Leaders series continues today with Dale Michels. This will be Dale’s 5th summer at Deerhorn, and he will be leading the Chippewa. Here is what his parents shared with us about Dale’s years at camp: Dale … Continued


Settling Into Deerhorn

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


A Look Back at Leaders-Soren

Our “Look Back at Leaders” series continues today with Soren Thompson. Soren will be leading the Navajo this summer for his 7th summer at Deerhorn. Here is what his parents have to say about his years at Deerhorn. We were … Continued


Your First Day at Deerhorn

This coming summer, we have over 100 kids who will be coming to Camp Deerhorn for the first time. Even those who have attended Father Son camp with their dads will find that the schedule for regular sessions is quite … Continued


The Power of Empathy

This past year has been hard on the Deerhorn Family.  We lost Rooster, and then Derek, and in November we lost Gabe. And now Andrew. All of those things left me feeling cracked wide open. I felt deeply their losses, … Continued