Lions Camp is a non-profit, 501 (c)(3) residential summer camp for the special needs youth in Louisiana. The first session at Lions Camp was held in July of 1961.

Louisiana Lions Camp is a state project of Louisiana Lions Clubs, and it is provided free for boys and girls with special needs, diabetes, respiratory disorders, and childhood cancer.

Lions Camp is a non-profit, 501 (c)(3) residential summer camp for the special needs youth in Louisiana. The first session at Lions Camp was held in July of 1961.

The camp is located in West Central Louisiana, six miles North of Leesville on U.S. Highway 171. Children are sponsored to attend one of the eight week long sessions during summer, all at no cost.

Dates include: June 9-15 for Mentally Challenged Youth (8-19 y/o), June 16-22 for Mentally Challenged Youth (8-19 y/o), June 23-29 for Physically Challenged Youth (7-19 y/o), June 30 through July 6 for Physically Challenged Youth (7-19 y/o), July 7-13 for American Diabetes Association (ADA) assigned campers (6-11 y/o), July 14-20 for ADA assigned campers (11-14 y/o), and July 21-27 for Camp Challenge assigned campers (6-14 y/o).

Camper applications can be found at https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/958eda_b2232e96ef064013a22ea93b478cab66.pdf, or www.lionsclubs.org.

Questions? Call 337-239-6567

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