Grateful

And just like that, the summer of 2022 has come to a close. It was an amazing summer filled with friendships, fun, and boys just being boys. It has been a hard two years for kids, and we know that … Continued


A Look Back at Leaders-Teddy Koehl

Next up in our Look Back at Leaders series, we would like to introduce the 2022 Leader of the Iroquois, Teddy Koehl. Let’s hear what his parents have to say about his 8 years at Deerhorn! Teddy began attending Deerhorn … Continued


Feeling Everything

Every fall, I write a blog reflecting on the previous summer at Deerhorn. It always takes me awhile to write that blog, to gather my thoughts after a very busy summer lived at a breakneck pace. You would think that, … Continued


Grateful

It was another great day at Deerhorn. The last morning of regular activities for the summer of 2021. An afternoon of team competition. A Water Campfire tonight to celebrate the Leaders and their legacy at Deerhorn. And a perfect sunny … 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


This is Where We Are

It’s hard to believe that it’s almost July. Our first two Father son sessions and A session should already be in the books. We should be well into B session already. But instead, the docks still rest on the beach … Continued


A GoFundMe for Deerhorn

Dear Friends, Today we are announcing the launch of a Deerhorn GoFundMe campaign. We are grateful for the support of the families who are sponsoring this campaign for us. We have been overwhelmed by the love and support of the … Continued


The Deerhorn Summer of 2020

To the Deerhorn Family It is with a heavy heart that we inform you that, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made the difficult decision to┬ácancel all of the rest of our camper-only sessions this summer, B,C,D,E, and … Continued


What if?

Schools are closed across the nation, kids are learning virtually at home, and parents are doing their best to juggle all of their new roles. We worry that they are falling behind, or that they are missing out on so … Continued