Camp Hobé is held at Camp Wapiti in Settlement Canyon, near Tooele, Utah, about a 45 minute drive from downtown Salt Lake City. The Utah Elks organization built and continues to fund the facility which is used by other health care camps throughout the year.

The site includes all these great amenities:

  • A main lodge
  • 17 cabins
  • Shower and bath facilities
  • An infirmary with treatment and isolation rooms
  • Recreational facilities that include:
    • An outdoor pavilion
    • Outdoor swimming pool
    • Arts & crafts cabin
    • Sand pit volleyball
    • Low ropes elements
    • High ropes elements, including a ZIP line and giant swing

 

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Camp Wapiti is a beautiful place, facilitating both the medical and camping needs of the children. Oncology-trained pediatric nurses and a pediatric physician (or physician extender) staff the onsite infirmary, providing medications and routine care during the camp sessions.

Campers are assigned to specific cabin groups based on their age and gender identity. They live with this group during their stay at camp, eating meals, sleeping, and participating in activities together. The entire camp comes together at mealtimes, morning flagpole ceremony, evening campfire, and for other special activities.

The kitchen staff prepares fresh, well-balanced meals for campers daily.