We offer multiple activities throughout the year at multiple locations across the state. Click on the activities below to get more details.
North Camp is a week long summer camp experience for children ages 4-17 located at Camp Living Waters in Luther, MI.
Campers have the opportunity to partake in a variety of activities including archery, ziplining, hot air balloon, fishing, horseback riding, Octoball/Gaga, basketball, football, soccer, frisbee, kickball and other sports. They can also participate in a variety of water sports including swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and paddle boarding. Don’t forget about the talent show and dance!
South Camp is a week long summer camp experience for children ages 4-17 located at Camp Copneconic in Fenton, MI.
Campers at South Camp are able to participate in a variety of games and activities including rock wall climbing, archery, giant swing, high ropes course and ziplining, horseback riding, disc golf, basketball, kickball, street hockey and other sports. They can also join in on water sports including swimming and water inflatables, fishing, canoeing, kayaking and frog hunting. They can also build and launch rockets, participate in arts and crafts, and play with the therapy dogs!
Sibling Camp is a week long summer camp experience for children ages 6-17 located at Bear Lake Camp in Lapeer, MI. Siblings of a brother or sister diagnosed with cancer, either in current or previous treatment are welcome to apply.
When a child is diagnosed with cancer, the entire family is affected. Siblings and their interactions contribute to the family’s overall function, and it’s important to consider their needs throughout the cancer experience. The healthy sibling can feel that they are a burden, have added responsibilities, increased fears, and feelings of isolation. These feelings can be complicated by the constant changes and disruptions families face when a child is diagnosed with cancer. Camp Quality offers siblings a week long camp that allows them to interact with other siblings in a nurturing environment designed especially for them.
At Beaver Island Teen Camp, you can look forward to biking, swimming in beautiful Lake Michigan, playing Octoball, climbing the sand dunes, hiking, basketball and much more. We start out in Charlevoix and take the ferry over to Beaver Island!
Winter Family Weekend is for campers and their immediate families held at the Otsego Club in Gaylord, MI. Families are invited to ski, go tubing, outdoor heated pool, groomer rides, and fun indoor activities. All expenses, including motel room, meals, and all activities are covered.
Join us at one of our Tigers Game Days. Thanks to a generous donation each year from the Detroit Tigers Foundation, Camp Quality spends a day a the Old Ballpark. Stay tuned for the next Tigers Game date!
In 2008, we were excited to have the first Camp Quality Puppet Program in the United States. Our performances for elementary and middle school students helps children to understand the importance of caring for and offering support to one another, especially when a student has a major illness, such as cancer. Our program teaches children about cancer and its treatments and serves school curriculum’s as it incorporates education by focusing on the virtues of compassion, courage, respect, kindness and helpfulness.
We are currently in need of a volunteer to take over this program. If you are interested please call 231-582-2471.
Camp Quality Michigan, announces the 2019 Camp Quality Andy Omans Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is designed for students that are currently or have previously been treated for cancer and are currently or have previously participated in any of our Camp Quality programs. Under the Program, two (2) $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to seniors attending high school with plans to, or are currently attending a post high school program.
Click here for the full scholarship application.
Program Guidelines and Priorities
- Camp Quality students attending or accepted into post high school educational programs including Community College, University, Trade School, or Certification Programs.
- Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 2.5, have completed the federal FAFSA form, and plan to attend a 2 or 4 year college or technical/certification school.
- Scholarship funds will be paid in May 2019 to the student.
- Applicants must have the endorsement of their Guidance Counselor (if currently attending HS) on their application attesting they are a qualified fit for this scholarship. Application deadline is April 30th. Late applications are not accepted.
Mail one copy of a completed typed application package by April 30th to: (This includes application with signoff by Guidance Department, essay, resume, and school transcript.)
Camp Quality Scholarship Committee
c/o Camp Quality Michigan
P.O. Box 345
Boyne City, MI 49712
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