Camp Koinonia is our longest running legacy camp. In 1977, Dr. Gene Hayes had a vision to create a camp for individuals with disabilities. Over 40 years later, Camp Koinonia continues to grow and is an experience our campers remember forever. Campers ages 7-21 of all varying ability levels are welcome to attend Camp Koinonia. We are capable of handling campers that require full care. All counselors and activity staff are enrolled in a Therapeutic Recreation course at UT that meets on Thursday evenings during the spring semester. Students learn about different disabilities, goals and objectives, program planning, and behavior modifications in preparation for their week-long experience. Returning UT students are given the additional leadership role to plan activities during camp. Activities include canoeing, riding horses, doing arts & crafts, creating mad science experiments, low ropes courses, sports & games, theater, music & movement, cooking, outdoor adventure, archery, game shows, talent shows, scavenger hunts, and of course the dance!