At the start of its 35th season, the Hole in the Wall Camp announced that they are coming to Maryland. The Aspen Institute has donated their Wye River Conference Center, which will be renovated to provide free year-round camp programming for children with serious illnesses and their families in the Mid-Atlantic.
The historic property, boasts a scenic waterfront, tree-lined pathways and majestic meadows. Several residential buildings and other conference facilities will be renovated to provide a starting point for Camp to begin programming, hopefully the summer of 2023.
Plans for Hole in the Wall Camp
We talked to the Hole in the Wall Gang CEO, James Canton to learn more about what is planned for the new Wye Island location and what it means for Maryland families. A complete hospital facility will be included on the property so that sick kids can continue with any therapies they need while also enjoying a camp experience. There will be space available for camper families including siblings.
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