Join the Camp Knutson Community
Who We Serve
We serve campers with autism, Down Syndrome, heart disease, HIV or Aids, burn survivors, and youth experiencing homelessness. We also offer a week of camp for adults with mental health needs.
Why We Serve
Everyone should have the opportunity to be themselves, experience joy, & develop meaningful friendships. As volunteers, it is our privilege to befriend campers who have not always had the opportunity to be in situations where they are wholly accepted for who they are. It is a joy and an honor to be with them and to experience the joy they bring us in return.
How We Serve
We have volunteer opportunities ranging from behind the scenes administrative tasks to help leading programs and committees and everything in between. Not all volunteers work directly with campers or even on the grounds, but a lot of them do. Let us know what your strengths and passions are and we’ll find a place for you!
Where We Serve
Our beautiful, updated 30-acre campus is nestled between the pristine Minnesota waters of Lower Whitefish and Big Trout Lakes. It gives our campers an ideal space to be freely themselves and try new things. If you want to help create unforgettable experiences for our campers, we’d love to have you as a volunteer!
Learn More About Camp Knutson
Camp Knutson is a summer camp for children and adults with identified needs. Here, campers are free to truly discover their strengths and make new friends who share similar life experiences. After 65 years of summer camps, Camp Knutson understands how to build an accepting, loving, inclusive community. Camp Knutson is open year round hosting retreats, meetings, trainings, and other social gatherings September through May.