Located in: Nova Scotia, Canada
Camp Morton was founded in 1990 by Lorne Abramson and Dr. Bruce Morton, founder of Camp Lion Maxwell, the Canadian Diabetes Association’s (CDA’s) other camp in Nova Scotia. Started on the Jim Charles Group Campground within Kejimkujik National Park, Camp Morton remains there to this day. The program began as an opportunity for campers aged 12 to 14 to experience living with diabetes in a natural setting, as part of the “Diabetes Without Borders” campaign. Since 2003, Camp Morton has accepted campers aged 13 to 14, but the core philosophy of living with diabetes in a camping setting has remained the same.
Phone: (902) 453-4232
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|Summer/Winter||137 Chain Lake Drive Suite 101 Halifax NS B3S 1B3|