Camp Twin Lakes: 8/100

Camp Twin Lakes: 8/100

Established in 1993, Camp Twin Lakes provides programs that are designed to be fully-accessible for campers of all abilities. Their programs encourage learning through play and creativity. Their facilities are equipped to provide medical and therapeutic assistance, enabling children to get the care they need while enjoying the camp.

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The old doors at Camp Twin Lakes’ flagship location of Rutledge were damaged and delaminating from years of use. We supplied and delivered replacement doors for all the cabins at the camp. The new doors look beautiful, are safer, and are more compliant with ADA.

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