Four teens, two boys and two girls, are pictured in the swimming pool, smiling as they sit on the steps and on pool noodles

Teen Camp: July 18 – 27

Extended in length by popular demand, our summertime teen session is the crown jewel of Enchanted Hills Camp, where the most dynamic and charged bonds occur. Teens get to ride horses, learn woodworking, take riflery, and perform in the Redwood Grove Theater. What’s particularly special about teen session is how most of the Counselors and CITs are blind or visually impaired themselves, and many have attended camp as young teens. Here teens in grades 9 through 12 will experience all the offered youth camp activities and special events, including the STEM track which is built into this year’s teen timeline. Additionally, campers will participate in activities geared toward building leadership abilities and setting goals for the future.

To apply, fill out the application online, or print out and send in a paper form.

Fill out the application online. Please also check whether you are eligible for the Guardsmen Grant.

Print and fill out the form: Youth or Teen Camp Application 2019.

$75 Session Fee

If you’re eligible, apply for the Guardsmen Grant! Click here for eligibility info and the application.

Please email your Guardsmen campership profile to, or mail it to:

EHC Admin Assistant

1155 Market Street, 10th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103

Announcement: Coding and Game Development Weekend

LightHouse for the Blind and Facebook are excited to partner for a weekend of coding and game development at the Enchanted Hills Summer Camp. Campers will have an opportunity to work side-by-side with Facebook software engineers over two days. Together, we will build a web-based choose-your-own-path game. Working in small groups, campers will design the narrative of their game and then code the paths through the narrative. They may embellish the game with mystery, riddles, useful objects and plot twists – whatever the imagination can conjure.

We ask that participants have experience using computers, the web, keyboarding skills, and any assistive technology used to access their computers, such as screen readers or magnification, and at  least a familiarity with coding HTML web pages. For campers who want to explore more complex game interactions, the game platform will support interaction options enabled via custom JavaScript. The Facebook engineers will collaborate and help campers push the boundaries of their current coding skills. The campers will also learn to use the version control system Git, which is widely used in open source and professional code projects.

Where: Enchanted Hills Camp

When: Saturday, July 20 and Sunday, July 21 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm both days

How: First complete Teen Session Application then email with a letter of recommendation from students TVI or Orientation and Mobility Specialist stating that the student meet the perquisites for this exciting program opportunity. Please put Coding and Game Development Weekend in the subject line.

Space is limited to 10 participants and no extra fees are involved.