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   Camp Ozanam
7303 Walker Road
Carsonville, Michigan 48419
Tel: 810-622-8744   Fax: 313-972-3147
Toll Free: 877-788-4623
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  Contact Info:
  Off Season Administrative Address:
  2929 East Grand Boulevard
  Detroit, Michigan 48202
  Tel: 313-972-3100   Fax: 313-972-3147
  Camp is available for off season rental
Type: Residential
Focus: General
Activities: Arts & Crafts, Drama, Volleyball, Swimming, Religious Study, Diversity, Drawing/Painting, Music, Performing Arts, Animal Care, Camping/Camp fire, CIT/LIT, Conservation, Aquatic Activities, Archery, Baseball, Basketball, Boating, Fitness, Football, Rope Courses, Soccer, Field Trips, Fishing, Hiking, Talent Show, Team Building, Softball
Food Allergies
Age Range: 8-12
Gender: Male
Camp Capacity: 120
Accreditation: State of Michigan Licensing
Religious Affiliation: Catholic
Director: Michael Levandowski
Sponsoring Org: The Society of St. Vincent de Paul in the Archdiocese of Detroit
Founded: 1923
County: Sanilac
Nearest Large
Port Huron
Camp Description:
Camp Ozanam, established in 1923, is a residential summer camp for boys ages 8-12. Its motto is "Accept, Share, Develop". The camp provides an opportunity for children to enjoy summer activities in an outdoor setting where Catholic/Christian values are encouraged through all aspects of camp life.

Owned and operated by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul for 80 years, Camp Ozanam offers safe and fun-filled outdoor experiences for boys who wouldn't otherwise have an opportunity to attend summer camp.

We want every boy to have fun and enjoy his camping experience. We want to provide opportunities for growth and development in the following areas:

-To understand and appreciate personal identity and uniqueness of self and others through a multi-cultural camping experience.

-To recognize each person's role in a group and to adjust and become secure in social living.

-To develop skills and self-confidence by discovering new interests and activities.

-To promote and stimulate the spiritual and/or religious well being of each child through Catholic and non-denominational religious activities.

-To hear and understand the message of Jesus Christ and how that message is incorporated in the lives of people.

Sessions (costs are in the local currency of the camp):
Financial aid available.
Session Name Start           End           Cost
Session One 06/20/03 06/25/03 $0
Session Two 06/28/03 07/03/03 $0
Session Three 07/07/03 07/13/03 $0
Session Four 07/16/03 07/22/03 $0
Session Five 07/25/03 07/31/03 $0