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WELCOME TO CAMP ILLAHAW!
Camp Illahaw is owned and operated by the Allen Broussard Conservancy, a non-profit organization established in 1991. Since 2005, Camp Illahaw has offered campers the chance to experience all Florida has to offer with a diverse selection of fun activities from Horseback Trail Rides; Arena Activities; Florida History/Heritage; Low Ropes Challenge Course; Hiking; Kayaking; Archery; Shooting; Swimming Paintball*; and our “unique” Outdoor Survival Activity*. We are home to Central Florida’s longest zipline and a full Eco Park Safari which includes the first roller coaster zipline in the United States!
At Camp Illahaw, not only do we concentrate on camper activities but also their social interactions under the guidance of camp directors and counselors assuring a safe and fun experience for everyone. All camp employees are certified in CPR and First Aid annually. As required by Florida State Law they are also fingerprinted and verified through the FBI and Child Protective Services.
Camp Illahaw hosts campers from all over the world from as far away as Spain, France, Germany and Russia! Many of our counselors also come from around the world England, Scotland, Germany, New Zealand, Poland, Iceland, Turkey, Australia and South Africa. They are sponsored by Camp America
Camp Illahaw offers eight (8) one week overnight sessions beginning June 9th thru August 3rd for summer 2013. Boys and Girls ages 10 to 15 are eligible to attend. The camp is owned and operated by the Allen Broussard Conservancy a nonprofit organization whose mission is:
We are located in St. Cloud, Florida on a 4700 acre ranch known as Florida Eco Safaris at Forever Florida. Campers get to experience life on a real Florida ranch and explore Florida EcoSafaris at Forever Florida’s 9 diverse ecosystems while they are learning horseback skills, enjoying indoor and outdoor activities. It is a place where friendships and memories are made for a life!
We only accept registrations online. Please click the registration instructions page (sub page of instructions) to review instructions or click here to begin the registration process.