Our Camp

Important dates:


Jan. 15      Camp registration opens

May 1        Last day for early bird discount

May 7       Camp Open House

June 1      Camp scholarship application    

                  deadline

                  Camp registration deadline

June 15    Tuition monies due

                  All camp monies due

June 25    Campers arrive (between 2-3:30 p.m.)

June 30    Campers depart (between 9-10 a.m.)

How to register for camp

Where Is Camp?

Camp Sertoma for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children invites kids ages 8-16 who are Deaf or hard of hearing to join us in the beautiful sandhills of North Carolina at Millstone 4-H Center for a week of fun and adventure from June 25-30, 2017. 

Please download the 2017 CampSertoma Brochure & Application, fill out the Camp Application and send it in. While you're at it, please share it with your friends!

Camp Sertoma serves children ages 8-16 with any type of hearing loss, communication mode, or assistive listening technology. We also accept applications from CODA children (hearing Children of a Deaf Adult, or Siblings of a Deaf Child), as long as the hearing CODA camper is able to fluently communicate using American Sign Language.

Campers will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis as long as space is available. A non-refundable deposit of $25.00 made payable to Camp Sertoma Club of NC, VA & MD is required with the initial application. PLEASE NOTE: Register by May 1 for an early bird discount of $25 off the regular camp tuition rate.

Financial assistance in the form of "camp scholarships" enables campers to enjoy the camp experience, making camp more affordable to our campers and their families. Camp scholarships are available to qualified families who are unable to pay the total cost of a camp experience. A camper must be fully registered for Camp Sertoma to be considered for a camp scholarship. Camp scholarship applications are due by June 1.

If you have questions about Camp Sertoma, please email SertomaDeafCamp@gmail.com. Our Camp Registrar (Sandy Waterman) and/or our Camp Program Coordinator (Stef Gardiner-Walsh) are happy to answer your questions.








Once the registrar has received your camper application, if you are accepted to camp, she will email you (the parent) the health form, code of conduct and what to pack list.

Want to see what Camp Sertoma for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children is all about?

If you are a Sertoma member, these are great tools to use at your club meetings. We need more camper sponsorships!

Camp Sertoma Staff:
Do you want to work as a cabin counselor for Deaf Camp? Visit our staff page and download an application. Send your application to CampSertomaNCcoordinator@gmail.com

Camp Administration:
Ever wondered who is in charge or runs Camp Sertoma for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children (formerly known as Sertoma Deaf Camp)? The Sertoma Camp Committee does. We have a dedicated group of Sertoma volunteers from North Carolina, Virginia and Maryland who work tirelessly throughout the year to make our special week of Camp Sertoma a success every year!