The kids could participate in a variety of activities including playing in inflatables, getting science lessons and riding horses.
"It allows them to be a child again they can experience play and fun and laughter something they may not have been able to do lately due to the death of a loved one," program director Tom Badurski said.
Organizers say most of the kids attending Saturday lost a parent or sibling in the past two years."It's primarily for the children but as you can see a lot of the adults stay an observe and it helps them heal as well." Badurski added.
This is the 25th year for the camp.