(Scott Sommerdorf | The Salt Lake Tribune)
Self-described "Grilla-In-The-Mist" Nathan Sziban cooks burgers and hot dogs for visitors to Family Fun Day at Camp Kostopulos, which provides outdoor recreational experiences to families with children with special needs. There was swimming, horseback riding, jump houses, a ropes course, fun and food at Camp Kostopulos in Emigration Canyon, Saturday, June 2, 2012.
Camp Kostopulos hosts annual Family Fun Day
The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Jun 02 2012 03:30 pm • Last Updated Jun 02 2012 05:11 pm
Camp Kostopulos on Saturday hosted its annual Family Fun Day and Open House, welcoming families with children who have special needs.
The camp, operated by the Kostopulos Dream Foundation, is a residential summer camp in Emigration Canyon that provides outdoor experiences such as horseback riding, swimming and camping to children, teens and adults with disabilities.
Its Travel Trip Adventures program also offers five-day camping trips to places such as Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Yellowstone Park, Colorado or Jackson Hole.
For more information on Camp Kostopulos or to make a donation, go to www.campk.org.
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