Camp Frozen Chozen is designed to allow children with special medical needs and their siblings the
opportunity to experience camping and a variety of other traditional camp activities. Campers also benefit from educational programming regarding living with a bleeding disorder while having access to some of Alaska’s best bleeding disorder medical attention. Campers come to enjoy the outdoors, learn life skills, develop peer support, learn to manage and live with a bleeding disorder as well as learn how to take ownership over their own care and treatment. Camp Frozen Chozen stresses personal independence and community.
Birchwood Camp is a year-round camp and retreat center in Chugiak, nestled between the Chugach Mountains and Cook Inlet just 30 minutes north of Anchorage.
Guests and campers enjoy scenic views, beautiful Psalm lake, idyllic log cabins, multi-purpose meeting spaces, hiking trails & outdoor spaces, opportunities for outdoor recreation, education, & team building, and much more on the 160 acre property.
The skills, friendships, fun, and experiences from Camp Frozen Chozen will be carried in their memories and used throughout their lifetime for each and every person that attended Camp.
Camp activities include, games, crafts, swimming, singing, skits, hiking, campfires, archery and a challenge course.
At our beautiful site in Chugiak, campers sleep in cozy log cabins with bunk beds and mattresses and share a centralized bathroom & shower house. Each camper will belong to a cabin group with at least 2 adult counselors
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