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Going Beyond the Education

Kamp Kimchee is more than just a place for Korean-transracial adoptee children to learn about their Korean heritage. Kamp gives them a chance to be with other Korean adoptees that have similar multi-cultural families. Kamp gives them the opportunity to be seen as the majority, something our Kampers may not experience in their hometowns. The relationships that emerge are strong, and the empowering feeling is long-lasting.


Off-Site Activities

Our 7th -12th grader Kampers typically spend the afternoons off-site, taking part in various age-appropriate activities to help build healthy relationships, self-esteem, and build team work. Past activities have included a high ropes course, bowling, go-karting, mini-golf, river tubing, canoeing, bicycling, and an afternoon at the beach. The activities vary each year.


A Note About Lodging

Kamp families are responsible for obtaining their own lodging during the Kamp week. Kamp negotiates a block of rooms at one hotel where the Staff, Mentors, and any Kamp families that wish to, can stay. There are also many campgrounds, resorts and other hotels in the area.

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