Special Touch Day Camps

Special Touch Day Camps

A Day for Families to Enjoy the Outdoors

Special Touch Day Camps
Special Touch Day Camps
At Living Waters Ranch

One of our favorite outreach ministries are the Special Touch Day Camps. Even though most of our campers are adults, it is open to school age children, too. We plan each day according to the weather and the season. If it’s too hot to fish, we use music therapy and just enjoy a picnic and crafts. On cooler days we may fish, hike, take a hayride, have a wiener roast, or just sit and visit. The main benefit of these day camps is the opportunity for the adults to have a getaway and enjoy the outdoors with their friends. 

If you have any questions please call us at: 417-646-2694
email: livingwatersranch@gmail.com


More camps on the way for 2012

2013 plans are to offer monthly day camps when the weather allows. Our goal is to provide a day that families can come and enjoy the outdoors with all their children. There are many fun things to do at Living Waters Ranch! There is no charge for the Special Touch Day Camps, but donations are accepted to help cover any expenses. Volunteers are on hand to help with the activities and lunch is served during the day. We are always open to new ideas and welcome input from families. If you have an idea that you’d like to see us consider, please contact Joyce Brown.

Wilma loves taking the kids for a ride on the train!!

Making new friends is an important part of the day. The two ladies on the swing had a great time visiting while the others fished.

Ummm…homemade ice cream in a bag was a hit!!

Of course a game of Carpet Ball is always good!!

Andrew enjoyed the BB gun shooting!

The giant slide was a new addition to LWR this summer. It was reinstalled after this picture and it is REALLY steep now!! We call it the Luge because people go down in a sled!

Joni Bledsoe, Missouri Department of Conservation, brought out a variety of Missouri furs for the campers to learn about.

Fishing with cane poles was a big hit!! This is our perch pond, but our neighbor lets us use her huge lake, too!