Camp HONOR | Summer Programs



Camp HONOR (Hemophiliacs Overcoming New Obstacles Resourcefully) provides a traditional summer camp experience for children with such blood disorders as hemophilia, von Willebrand’s disease and thrombophilia, as well as boys and girls who have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. Activities include swimming, canoeing, sports, archery and arts and crafts. Siblings may also enroll in the camp.

General Info

Name Camp HONOR
Location Payson, AZ
Year-round Contacts 602-955-3947
Program Focuses & Features Aquatics, Archery, Basketball, Blood Disorders, Canoeing, Circus Skills, Crafts, HIV/AIDS, Outdoor Education, Paintball, Skateboarding, Swimming
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 8-17
Application Deadline Rolling
Director Andy Blackledge, Director
Residential Fee $35, 1 week.
Year Established 1994
Sponsor Hemophilia Association
Dates & Sessions 1 session, 1 week long


Andy Blackledge, Director